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No end in sight for Minneapolis teachers’ strikeSaturday marked Day 5 of the strike, and educators say they made their demands clear to the district.
Twin Cities Host Wheelchair Basketball TournamentMinnesota is hosting a wheelchair basketball tournament this weekend for the first time since 2019. The event is hosted by the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports the chance of snow Sunday night.
Downhill Bedrace competition raises money to furnish homesHundreds of Minnesotans hit the slopes Saturday, but they didn’t use skis or snowboards.
The bird flu threat to MinnesotaFor the first time in nearly seven years, a viral spread of bird flu is making its way to the state of Minnesota, posing a threat to poultry farmers across the state.
Man hospitalized after Minneapolis apartment fireThe man was hospitalized in critical condition.
Volunteers go to Poland to help refugeesTwo Minnesotans traveled to Poland on Saturday to help deal with the growing refugee crisis in Eastern Europe.
4 things to do todayHere are four things you can do today.
O’Shaughnessy Distillery is ready for St. Patrick’s DayIf you’re looking for a fun experience, O’Shaughnessy Distilling Company is hosting a Paddy’s Day celebration.
WCCO’s Mike Augustyniak and Eric Henderson on the cover of Lavender magazineThe new edition of Lavender Magazine features some familiar faces!
Sled Down Buck Hill in Decorated MattressesThe Slumberland Furniture Bedrace for Bridging sends people down the tubing hill on decorated mattresses, all for a good cause.
Morning weather reportSpring-like temperatures are on the way, but not before a few quick snowfalls in northern Minnesota.
Footloose hits the stage at Chanhassen dinner theaterA western metro theater brings classic movement to life on stage.
Stolen car chase on I-94 ends in crashPolice say three people were injured after a chase that began in Minneapolis ended in a crash in St. Paul.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning of March 12, 2022Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.
A lesson in sportsmanshipNorman Seawright III reports on programs aimed at giving young players a solid foundation in sportsmanship.
3 sisters carrying on the family basketball legacyMike Max tells how three sisters from Providence Academy are inspired to play basketball by their grandfather, who played in the NBA.
High school sports rally: highlights of March 11, 2022Mike Max and Frank Vascellaro report on the women’s basketball teams heading to the state tournament.
10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports the chance of snow this weekend.
South Minneapolis church pledges to rebuild after fireRepairing and restoring the Incarnation Catholic Church in south Minneapolis will likely take more than six months, but church leaders say they are committed to the process.
6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the weekend forecast.
TikTok brings back Twin Cities band years after breakupFive-member group ‘Hot Freaks’ broke up in 2015. That is until almost seven years later, when their song ‘Puppy Princess’ hit a chord with millions of users. of TikTok during the pandemic.
Another racist video at a Twin Cities high schoolThe students of Edina High School demand that more be done to fight racism.
Man accused of stealing nearly 200 catalytic convertersDarin Dillon admitted to investigators that he stole dozens of catalytic converters over the past few years.