Spring Flower Show at the Minnesota Landscape ArboretumMissing sunny spring weather? Head to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum for a dose of bright flowers and foliage at their springtime flower show.
Gasoline prices continue to riseGasoline prices continue to rise, averaging more than 20 cents higher than just a month ago.
National Reading Day for Women’s Heart DiseaseWCCO discusses the effects of the pandemic on women and their cardiovascular health.
City Of Lakes Loppet Event Returns This WeekendThe annual City of Lakes Loppet event returns this weekend to Theodore Wirth Park.
WCCO silver watchFacebook’s Meta shares fell 26%, dragging other tech stocks along the way.
Prosecutors receive extension for Richfield school shooting chargesProsecutors have an extension to decide whether they will charge two suspects involved in the Richfield school shooting that killed Jahmari Rice.
Body cam footage released from MPD filming at Bolero apartmentsBody camera footage was released Thursday night of the fatal shooting involving a Minneapolis Police Department officer that took place earlier this week. The footage raises concerns among several groups about the use of firearms.
Two injured in shooting at Fridley Bar on Friday morningFridley Police reported two people injured after a shooting at a Fridley bar, Two Stooges, in the early hours of Friday morning.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning of February 4, 2022Jason DeRusha delivers today’s digital headlines. Light showers are expected to hit the subway during the morning commute today, Basilica Block Party announces hiatus this summer, Aurora FC announces Vikings training ground as new home ground and warmer weather in store for the week next.
5 a.m. weather reportNo snow overnight, but still a slight 60% chance of precipitation this morning. If we do get snow, reports only show a dusting at about 1/2 inch of ground cover. The maximum temperature should be 10 degrees today.
10:00 p.m. weather reportMinnesota’s temperature roller coaster continues and will return to above average this weekend.
Good question: how are the night colors of buildings decided?If you look at the Minneapolis skyline Friday night, you’ll notice a lot of red. Many bridges, landmarks and buildings will be lit for Go Red For Women Day.
Minnesota Aurora will play at the Vikings’ TCO Performance CenterMinnesota’s professional soccer team will share its state-of-the-art facility with the state’s new women’s soccer team.
The data on the carjackings of the Twin CitiesCarjackings are a major problem in the Twin Cities. Hundreds of victims are struggling with the trauma. What happens to solve the crimes? And who commits them? WCCO’s Jennifer Mayerle spent weeks asking these questions.
Filming of Amir Locke: broadcast of the MPD Body-Cam videoMinneapolis has released footage from an officer-carried camera showing the encounter that killed Amir Locke in a downtown apartment.
Amir Locke murder press conference turns controversialMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Acting Police Chief Amelia Huffman faced anger from community activists at a press conference Thursday night after MPD body camera footage emerged on the murder of Amir Locke.
Minneapolis leaders speak out after body camera video of Amir Locke shooting emergedThe press conference was interrupted by activist Nekima Levy Armstrong, who is co-chair of the city’s new Community Safety Commission. She chastised Mayor Jacob Frey and Acting Police Chief Amelia Huffman for “whitewashing” what happened in the shooting.
Amir Locke shooting: Minneapolis police release body camera video[WARNING: Contains disturbing video and images.] The Minneapolis Police Department released body camera footage showing Wednesday’s fatal encounter between an officer and a 22-year-old man in a downtown apartment.
RAW: Body Cam Footage of Amir Locke ShootingMinneapolis officials have released body camera footage of the fatal police shooting of Amir Locke. (The video contains disturbing images and sound.)
6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports light snow expected for Friday.
Questions surround Minneapolis police shootingMany questions remain about the fatal police shooting of a man Wednesday morning in a downtown Minneapolis apartment.
Lawsuit alleges hazing incident left teen in comaA recently filed civil lawsuit in Boone County, Missouri claims a Minnesota teenager was forced to drink an entire bottle of vodka before slipping into a coma last October.
5:00 p.m. weather reportA few showers on Friday morning could impact morning commutes.
Minnesota Legislature Tackles a Big Problem: Law Enforcement RecruitmentOn Capitol Hill, there are competing proposals to strengthen law enforcement, as recruitment remains difficult. Republicans and Democrats agree that having more cops on the job is a problem. Caroline Cummings explains how they talk about fixing it.