State Patrol: 6-year-old child hit and killed on highway near OnamiaAccording to the patrol, the incident happened around 10:47 p.m. on Highway 169 near Twilight Road in Mille Lacs County. A 6-year-old girl was on the highway, in the path of an oncoming SUV, when she was struck and killed.
Southwestern Minnesota Digging Fresh SnowWCCO’s John Lauritsen reports on the latest snow totals.
Midday weather reportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak shares the latest snowfall totals and forecasts of how much is still expected.
How a group of Twin Cities water skiers are embracing the Minnesota winterA few weeks ago, WCCO shared a video of brave Minnesota water skiers on New Years Eve. Their video received a lot of responses from our viewers online. We recently caught up with two of these water skiers to learn a bit more about embracing sub-zero temperatures and what this tradition means to them.
11:00 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augusytniak shares how much snow has already fallen in the Twin Cities so far on Friday.
Why not try Pantone’s color of the year, Very Peri?Pantone claims that “the courageous presence of color encourages personal inventiveness and creativity,” says Kristin Gallatin.
‘Come From Away’ is back in business after canceled show“Come From Away” is about how thousands of stranded passengers were diverted to a small town in Canada on 9/11, says cast member Becky Gulsvig.
Try These Cold Weather DIY ExperimentsPantry Scientist Liz Heinecke shares some cold weather science insights.
Could you be a home barista?A new survey found that 54% of adults think they could do it.
Despite the pandemic, many are excited to travel in 2022According to a new survey, 71% say they are likely to travel for leisure this year, which is an increase of 8 percentage points from 2019.
Mid-morning headlines from January 14, 2022A redesign of one of Minneapolis’ busiest streets is drawing mixed reactions from neighbors and business owners.
9:00 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor said snow could exceed 10 inches in parts of the state.
8:00 a.m. weather updateSnow is falling in Minnesota, with the heaviest snow along Interstate 94 and to the southwest. Meteorologist Riley O’Connor has the latest information on which areas could see the most snow.
CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: Fresh SnowJason DeRusha updates Friday’s snow forecast and sings a chorus of “Baby Shark.”
Rusty Review: ‘The Tender Bar’ and ‘Scream’Rusty Gatenby reviews the latest box office releases.
7:00 a.m. weather reportThe snow is coming and will stick around for your morning and evening rides. The latest information on potential snowfall amounts.
6:30 a.m. weather reportThe snow is moving into the state Friday morning and will remain for most of the day. The last on the amount of snow we expect.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning of January 14, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest titles.
5:30 a.m. weather reportThe snow moves and stays for the morning and evening rides. Several inches could fall in the Twin Cities, and further southeast. Follow WCCO all day for updates.
10:00 p.m. weather reportA day of snow is on the way. See who might pick up nearly a foot of snow tomorrow – and who might not need to shovel at all.
Owner of kidnapped dog hails ‘inspiring’ work of amateur sleuthsAn Iowa woman says she will never forget the people of Minnesota who helped her find her stolen dog.
Good question: what are the rules for cameras in the courtroom?Next week, three former Minneapolis police officers will stand trial in federal court for violating the civil rights of George Floyd. There will be no cameras in the courtroom, which is different from Derek Chauvin’s trial which was broadcast live around the world.
Redesign of Avenue Hennepin draws mixed reactions from neighbors and businessesErin Hassanzadeh spoke with stakeholders about the safety benefits and potential business nightmares of the proposed redesign of one of Minneapolis’ busiest streets.
Suburban restaurants prepare for possible COVID mandatesMany businesses in St. Paul and Minneapolis and surrounding areas are trying to figure out what the changing COVID-19 rules mean for them in the city.