WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning of April 23, 2022Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.
4 things to do todayHere are four things you can do today.
Seward Community Co-op Celebrates 50 YearsAs part of the celebration, the Coop is hosting its 21st annual CSA Fair, this year in person.
St. Paul Farmers Market Switches to Spring/Summer MarketThis weekend’s market will feature 35-40 local growers and food producers.
Art In Bloom brings together art and flowers at the MIAA volunteer floral artist who practices the art of Japanese flower arranging has a piece on display at Art in Bloom.
Morning weather reportSaturday is an upcoming weather alert day, due to a mix of thunderstorms, threats of damaging winds and hail, and possible brief tornadoes.
10:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO Chief Meteorologist Chris Shaffer shares the latest information on an upcoming weather warning day expected this Saturday.
Hamline University removes standardized test requirementsFor nearly a century, tests like the ACT and SAT have served as the gateway to college, but many colleges are removing this requirement.
Home team: Larry Gallagher looks backLocal institution Larry Gallagher will be honored for his work as an amateur athlete, coach and referee, while raising two children and through nearly six decades of marriage.
Full interview: Hamline University president on dropping ACT and SAT requirementsUniversity president Dr. Fayneese Miller said the decision has been on her radar for several years, but the need has grown during the pandemic.
6:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO Chief Meteorologist Chris Shaffer is watching for an upcoming weather warning day, with the possibility of isolated tornadoes in southwestern Minnesota.
Minnesota resorts worried about lingering ice before fishing opensExtreme weather conditions year over year have businesses and resort owners worried.
Mayo Clinic nurse saves baby’s lifeA baby was choking as Brad Burt left Carlos O’Kelly’s restaurant. He says he sprang into action to perform the Heimlich maneuver.
Elderly Stillwater woman resists demands of carjackerAn 84-year-old Stillwater woman still comes to terms with the fact that she stood up to someone trying to turn her away. It happened in broad daylight.
9-year-old boy accidentally shot to deathThe Lyon County Sheriff’s Office reports it happened Monday afternoon near Lynd, a town just southwest of Marshall.
Simple steps that can live through inclement weatherSevere weather conditions can occur at any time, and we want to make sure you and your families know what to expect to stay safe.
5:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on two upcoming weather warnings this weekend.
The impact of warming Minnesota wintersOn Earth Day, WCCO-TV took an in-depth look at the impacts of climate change on Minnesota.
How does the Jucy Lucy compare to other burgers?On Friday, the iconic Twin Cities burger with cheese inside took on a burger from Richmond, Va., on The Talk.
Plane crashes inside General Mills plantThe plane crashed Thursday night in the parking lot of a grain plant in Covington, Georgia. No one on the plane survived.
Target In Feeding Our Future Investigation arrested for passport fraudMohamed Ismail was arrested by federal agents in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport while boarding an international flight.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon of April 22, 2022Here are Minnesota’s latest headlines.
Edina Residents, Put Your Mowers Away During ‘No Mow May’Looking for an excuse not to mow your lawn? If you are a resident of Edina, the city offers you a voucher.
Midday weather reportMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak reports on severe weather threats over the weekend.