10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer says Thursday morning will be chilly, with cold winds blowing.
One of the oldest general stores in the country still operates in Marine On St. CroixThe store existed before Minnesota became a state.
North Minneapolis Boxing Gym Provides A Sanctuary For TeensThe Northside Boxing Club is a haven as crime rises in Minneapolis.
Bottled water battle on Lake SuperiorA Minnesota woman is starting a legal battle with officials in Wisconsin over her plans to start a bottled water business near Lake Superior.
Minnesota man accused of lying to get $ 658,000 in COVID reliefThe Twin Cities man fled to Columbia but was deported. He was arrested in Miami.
As holiday shopping looks closer to normal, hospitals in Minnesota again grapple with a wave of COVIDCurrently, only 46 intensive care beds are available in Minnesota at this time.
Extended cut: one-on-one interview with Mayor Jacob FreyWCCO’s Esme Murphy spoke to the mayor about how he plans to take charge of public safety during his second term.
6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports that the strong winds will continue into the night. Thursday will be cold and windy.
Missing dog caught in stolen carA man from Saint-Paul is desperately looking for his dog, Harper.
Emergency medical teams in Minnesota to relieve hospitalsHospitals in Minnesota are being pushed to their limits with an increase in COVID cases.
Face-to-face with Mayor Jacob FreyFrey sits down and talks about the issues facing Minneapolis.
5:00 p.m. weather reportThe strong winds will stay overnight and the temperatures drop. Snowflakes are falling in the Twin Cities, but there will be no accumulation.
Violence against women on the rise in the metropolitan areaIn the past few days, someone has shot a woman in the chest in north Minneapolis.
Minneapolis residents shocked after property tax estimates increased by more than 20%Many residents of Hennepin County are in shock after receiving tax levies and proposed taxes for 2022. Some have seen their property tax estimates increase by more than 20%.
WCCO digital titles: afternoon of November 17, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headline updates.
Police: Upset over quote, motorist crashes into Cumberland Wisconsin town hallWisconsin police said a motorist crashed into a city hall Tuesday morning with alcohol and “resentment about a quote” being factors. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Noon weather reportThe gusty winds will remain until Thursday, and there is a slight chance of rain and snow on Sunday.
Third quarter target sales up 13%The company said on Wednesday that third-quarter profits rose nearly 47% while sales were up 13%.
Losing your meds? Eagan PD can have themPolice posted a photo on Facebook and wrote: “Did you lose anything important tonight? A forgetful person sent this valuables bag and forgot to pick it up! “
“Wheel Of Fortune” Candidate Surprises Her Father With Her EpisodeDenver contestant Gabe Cox has family on the Minneapolis show and captured his father’s reaction when he realized she was on the show.
Klobuchar says ‘it was all clear’ on 6-month post-cancer examSenator Klobuchar was diagnosed with stage 1A breast cancer last winter and underwent a lumpectomy and radiation therapy.
Walz calls for federal medical support for MN hospitalsFederal emergency response teams will arrive to help relieve the pressure at HCMC in Minneapolis and St. Cloud Hospital.
Minn. DNR: 4 fishermen found with 48 fish above legal limit on Rainy RiverThe Minnesota DNR says four fishermen, including a juvenile, were discovered with nearly 50 fish exceeding the legal limit in northern Minnesota earlier this month. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Peris Hill opens in Lowry Hill neighborhood in MinneapolisIt has 45 units ready to house community members for a more affordable price. It also has 15 units dedicated to young people who have aged outside a foster family.