Bright Spot: Mora Welcomes Back Teacher With ParadeHundreds of students waved and cheered as Mr. Norby and his wife drove by in a parade outside Mora High School.
7:30 AM Weather ReportOutdoor plans will be mostly safe this week, and the temperatures will turn much milder.
U Of M Senior Hosts Workshops For Girls To Get Into CodingIt’s one of the most valuable skills a kid can have these days. It’s mostly boys who choose coding as a profession, but a U of M computer science major is trying to flip the script.
Minneapolis Man Connects With Hockey, Overcomes Addiction, Gives Others A Second ChanceAn injury derailed a college dream for a kid clinging to hockey for hope. Years of addiction followed, then a trip to prison would change Marcel Hofker’s life.
Mounds View Students Host Walk For Mental HealthToday marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Month.
Co-Parenting Advice From An ExpertThe US is the number one country in the world where kids live with one parent.
After COVID Delay, Walter Mondale’s Memorial To Be Held SundayThis afternoon is the memorial service for former Vice President Walter Mondale, who died one year ago at the age of 93.
4 Things To Know From May 1, 2022Here’s a look at the 4 things you need to know for today.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 1, 2022Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield has the latest headlines.
6:30 AM Weather ReportRain showers should end by lunchtime in the Twin Cities.
Dakota Trooper Makes Blood Delivery Despite BlizzardThe trooper is being recognized for going above the call of duty.
Minnesota Woman Writing Digital Interactive NovelNancy C Bologna is asking creative people to contribute to her story.
Vikings Final Draft PicksVikings general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah says he was looking for certain skillsets to fit in the team.
10 PM Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on when the rain will let up.
Super Fest ReturnsDuring the NFL draft frenzy, the Vikings spent some time Saturday with children with special needs.
Ukrainian High Schooler Hoping For A Future In MinnesotaThe war in Ukraine is hitting close to home for a Minnesota student.
Amazon Workers Protest Outside Shakopee WarehouseRoughly 100 workers at the Amazon warehouse in Shakopee walked off the job Friday night in protest of low wages and lack of time off for Eid, an upcoming Muslim holiday.
Frontline Workers React To Bonus PayAfter months of debate at the capitol, lawmakers came together to pass a bill providing bonus pay for eligible frontline workers during the pandemic.
6 PM Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows says the rain looks to last through Sunday morning.
Shelter Working To Find Homes For Abandoned PugsThe puppies were abandoned on a sidewalk in a town near Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Black Women With StethoscopesAn event in Minneapolis aimed to show young women of color that their future could be in health care.
Film Festival In The Twin Cities Aims To Aid UkraineThe Eagan Community Foundation and Emagine Theaters teamed up to put on a three-day film fundraiser in support of Ukraine and Ukrainian filmmakers.
Remembering Jamar ClarkClark would have turned 31 this week. In 2015, Minneapolis shot and killed Clark during a struggle. No officers were charged in the shooting.
Gov. Walz Signs Bill Offering Bonus Checks To Frontline WorkersWCCO-TV’s Kirsten Mitchell explains how those who qualify can register to get a check.