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Extended cut: impact of closures of juvenile detention centers in the Twin CitiesReg Chapman explains why a growing number of parents and activists say the closure of two juvenile detention centers in the Twin Cities is linked to an increase in crimes committed by children.

6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports that the sun will return on Thursday.

The Salvation Army hopes to meet its food drive goalThe Salvation Army of Minnesota is trying to raise 2 million pounds of food for food banks in the Twin Cities.

Groundbreaking for new Minneapolis housing projectThe 140-apartment complex, called the Flats at Malcolm Yards, will be built in a former industrial area near the University of Minnesota campus.

Governor Tim Walz signs ALS bill drafted by Senator Fighting DiseaseHelp is on the way for families in Minnesota struggling with a debilitating disease.

A Minnesota native shares his escape from UkraineJoe Whitcomb left kyiv in the middle of the night in early March. It took him two weeks to reach Poland.

A Twin Cities man is accused of fatally stabbing his wifeJames Nyonteh is charged with murder in connection with the Monday night stabbings in Champlin.

Superintendent Ed Graff leaves Minneapolis DistrictHe announced he would be leaving the district after his contract expires in June. It comes days after the resolution of a week-long teachers’ strike.

Web Extra: Senator’s words at ALS bill signing draw tearsSenator David Tomassoni, 69, of Chisholm, took up the cause after revealing last year that he had ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. His case progressed rapidly, requiring him to participate in most Senate business remotely this session.

5:00 p.m. weather reportThursday will be another cold and windy day, but a warm up is coming.

Minneapolis gears up for Final Four MadnessEsme Murphy shows us the preparation underway for the NCAA Women’s Final Four, and how you can see the players even if you don’t have tickets.

Minnesotans are fed up with bad weatherJust a week and a half ago it was 60 and sunny. Now it’s freezing and muddy. Caroline Cummings spoke to Minnesotans who say they’re ready for the coming spring – and staying

The MPS superintendent will quit his jobJust days after negotiating an end to a teachers’ strike, Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff is moving on.

WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon of March 30, 2022Amelia Santaniello shares the latest headlines and updates.

Midday weather reportVarious forms of precipitation will continue through the afternoon and evening.

Minnesota astronaut makes historyA Minnesota astronaut makes a name for himself by setting a record in space.

Officials open the Malcolm Yards housing complexMinneapolis officials are introducing a new affordable housing complex.

Minnesotans share their thoughts on spring snowWe all know it can snow in late March and early April, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it.

Rider climbs atop a bus on I-94 in MinneapolisA bus had to make an emergency stop in north Minneapolis on Tuesday after a passenger opened the roof hatch and climbed onto the vehicle while traveling on Interstate 94.

St. Paul woman gets 21 years in prison for murdering ex-husband and burying him in her yardRamsey County Court officials said Karina See Her, 40, last month accepted a plea deal on a second-degree intentional murder charge in the death of her estranged husband, Kou Yang, 50 years old.

DIY Science Experiments While Dying Easter EggsPantry specialist Liz Heinecke shares fun ways to dye eggs using science.

Empower girls and change the worldDreamGirl Box, a girl empowerment subscription box, was founded in St. Paul, says owner Dr. Eboni Bell.

Rediscovering relationships as we emerge from the worst of the pandemicDr. Shonda Craft talks about what we’ve lost during the COVID pandemic, in terms of our relationships.

9:00 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor shares the latest news on a sloppy, snowy and freezing forecast.


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