4 Things To Know From Sept. 14, 2018
They include: Hurricane Florence latest, police shooting of Twin Cities teenager, and more. (1:29) WCCO This Morning – Sept. 14, 2018


Consumers Can Track Thanksgiving Turkey History With New CodesWith just a week to go until Thanksgiving, it's time to buy your turkey. But this year you can shop for and read about your turkey's story, Kate Raddatz reports (2:00). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Nov. 15, 2018
Organizations Volunteer For Give To The Max DayThursday marks Give to the Max Day, the annual event that raises millions of dollars for Minnesota schools and non-profits, Frank Vascellaro reports (:54). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Nov. 15, 2018
What Are Minnesota's 10 Most Expensive Public Projects?Construction could begin this winter on the new Southwest Light Rail Line after a key federal agency gave the go-ahead for the project. It ranks among the most expensive public works projects in state history, Pat Kessler reports (1:39). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Nov. 15, 2018
1-Month Anniversary Without Answers In Barron Murders, Closs DisppearanceNow 30 days after the Jayme Closs disappearance and her parents' deaths, the folks of Barron are still clinging to hope that she will be found alive, Bill Hudson reports (2:23). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Nov. 15, 2018
Give To The Max Day Donations Continue GrowingThursday is Give to the Max Day, when Minnesotans are encouraged to donate to their favorite nonprofits, schools and causes (00:52). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Nov. 15, 2018
Non-Lethal Restraint Could Help Police Address CrisesDesigners say they hope the device will help officers address situations to keep people from hurting themselves and others, John Lauritsen reports (1:17). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Nov. 15, 2018

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