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10:00 p.m. weather reportStill a few chances of snow this week and a warm-up is underway.
Good question: how does salt melt ice?Until the temperatures rose above freezing, you’ve probably relied on a winter staple to keep your aisles clear.
A conversation with chef Jack RiebelOne of Twin Cities’ most loved and honored chefs has passed away after being diagnosed with rare cancer more than two years ago. Jason DeRusha of WCCO sat down with him a few weeks before his death.
World War II veterinarian brothers leave community for $ 2.6 millionWCCO’s Liz Collin shares the lasting gift left by two Stillwater veterans that means a brighter future for some students.
Rescuers overwhelmed by winter-related accidentsEMS is asking for something simple this winter: Drive safely and stay home when the weather gets dangerous.
Pearl Harbor 80th anniversary: ââSt. Paul vet witnessed attack firsthandOn December 7, 1941, word of the attack on Pearl Harbor spread quickly. But Edwin Tjosvold of St. Paul witnessed it firsthand.
Formation of the United States women’s hockey team in MinnesotaThe team are looking to defend their gold medal at the Winter Olympics.
6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports snow in the forecast.
St. Paul’s first responders recognized for their work in mass shootingThe fire chief and mayor of St. Paul praised the first responders for their quick wit and bravery in the wake of the Seventh Street Truck Park shooting.
1 on 1 with St. Paul Mayor Melvin CarterEsme Murphy spoke with the People’s Mayor about the future of the police, growing crime and his ambitious social plans.
Record budget surplus forecast for MinnesotaThe state expects a surplus of $ 7.7 billion, and lawmakers and stakeholders are already clashing over what to do with it.
5:00 p.m. weather reportWednesday will be dry and warmer than Tuesday. After a little snow later in the week, next week will be mild.
Twins’ spring training stadium partially closed due to structural issuesLee County, Florida decided to close the Hammond Stadium promenade after structural issues were detected.
Opening statements for the Potter trial to begin on WednesdayOpening statements will begin Wednesday morning in the trial of former officer Kim Potter accused of manslaughter.
Amelia Huffman to take on as Acting MPD LeaderA day after Chief Medaria Arradondo announced his retirement from the MPD, Mayor Frey chose Amelia Huffman to serve as interim chief from mid-January.
Auto stores are busy due to supply shortagesIf you are involved in an accident, you may have to wait a long time for your car to be fixed.
Digital video update: afternoon of December 7, 2021Here are the latest headlines from Minnesota.
Noon weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows is reporting the possibility of more snow later this week.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honored in MinneapolisEighty years after the attack, the Minnesotans have gathered at Fort Snelling National Cemetery to honor those killed and injured at Hawaii Air Force Base.
Amelia Huffman named Acting Minneapolis Police ChiefMayor Jacob Frey appointed her to the post a day after Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced he would not be running for a third term.
$ 7.7 billion in expected budget surplus for MinnesotaLawmakers need to know what to do with an expected record surplus.
Winter driving season is coming to the Twin CitiesKirsten Mitchell reports that local body shops are busier than ever.
Latest LP ‘A Minnesota Holiday’ Available NowThe CD features an incredible selection of Minnesota’s best musicians and has raised over half a million dollars for various charities. Artist Kat Perkins explains.
Rhythm Street Movement presents “Who brought the joke?” “Ricci Milan and the artists of the Rhythm Street Movement put it on stage.