Crews rescue injured woman as she walks behind frozen Minnehaha FallsA woman was rescued by firefighters Wednesday night after slipping and falling into the cave behind the frozen Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis.
Woman Using ATM Shot In Chest In St PaulThe woman was shot in the chest but is expected to survive.
6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the icy forecast for the weekend.
After 2 weeks in hospital, activist Mel Reeves encourages others to get vaccinatedHe shared his story with WCCO-TV’s Reg Chapman in the hopes his community would take the virus seriously and be protected.
Minnesota Sheriff’s Deputy Dies of COVID-19Flags will be hoisted at half mast on Friday in honor of Deputy Sheriff Jayme Williams.
More New Years events canceled in the Twin CitiesThe cancellations come as the Omicron variant spreads, leading to worker shortages.
5:00 p.m. weather reportA little light snow is on its way Friday, but it will be a very cold and dangerously cold evening.
Taylor Turnquist Explains How Wild Players Partners Are Leading The Mission To Give BackIn Minnesota, hockey isn’t just a game, it’s a way of life. That’s why the Minnesota Wild supports the people and the programs that support them.
Wild extends Dean Evason’s contractDean Evason got a three-year contract after just one full season as head coach of the Wild.
What rights do you have when an airline cancels your flight?FlightAware tracking service reported 4,500 delays and more than 1,000 flight cancellations as of Thursday alone.
Hospitals urge patients not to go to emergency room for COVID testsHospitals are urging anyone planning to get tested for COVID in an emergency room to think again.
3 teens in custody after armed robbery and shooting at Bryn Mawr marketInvestigators say they used surveillance footage to identify and track down three teenagers who they said were driving a stolen vehicle.
Man accused of stealing St. Paul handbag that sent grandmother to hospitalProsecutors charged a teenager with grabbing a purse that put an 81-year-old woman in hospital over Christmas.
WCCO digital update: afternoon of December 30, 2021Frank Vascellaro has the latest digital headlines for Thursday afternoon.
Noon weather reportFriday will start quietly, but a very narrow strip of snow will settle in the middle of the day, bringing with it some light snow to end the year.
Hospitals ask people not to go to emergency room for COVID testsOmicron cases continue to rise and many are scrambling to get tested before the New Year. Hospitals are encouraging people with mild symptoms of COVID not to go to the emergency room to get tested.
Healthier seasonal drink optionsThere are healthier ways to enjoy seasonal non-alcoholic drinks that are normally high in sugar and calories, says dietitian Katie Johnson.
Start 2022 with a “month of actions”Women in Networking started as a traditional local networking group in 2002 and can’t wait to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The milestone is recognized by a month of actions that you can participate in, says director Teresa Thomas.
Beautiful floral ways to welcome in 2022Jennifer Bevan of Bachman’s explains.
Weather report at 9 a.m.WCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor says temperatures will get brutally cold in the near future.
Do you like talking to inanimate objects?A recent survey in the UK found that many had conversations with their pets or inanimate objects at home – 44% of 2,000 respondents said they spoke with their houseplants.
There is nothing wrong with feeling disappointed as the New Year approaches.COVID-19 is playing another big role in our year-end celebrations, with many events canceled. So it could disappoint you before 2022.
Mid-morning titles from December 30, 2021Hennepin County tells us it moved more than 400 people to permanent housing before the cold hit this year.
CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: December 30, 2021❇️ Homeless Minnesotans are doing what they can to stay warm during this freezing cold. ❇️ With many sites canceling New Years Eve events, are you going to change your plans for New Years?