Report: Minneapolis mishandled response to civil unrestDavid Schuman reviews key findings from a comprehensive report by an external audit firm on the city of Minneapolis’s response to the civil unrest following the killing of George Floyd.
Minneapolis educators end first day of strikeMore than 3,000 Minneapolis public school educators will not return to work until a new contract is agreed. In the meantime, more than 29,000 students will stay home after school.
The backbone of hockey MahtomediThis week, Mahtomedi will be looking for his second state crown in three years, led by goalkeeper Ben Dardis.
6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer says a sub-zero cold snap is on the way.
High school cooking competitionNine Minnesota high school teams competed at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
A “deep” experience in a Swedish reality TV showA Minneapolis novelist has found a deep connection to her Swedish heritage while appearing on a popular reality show.
Don Samuels will challenge Ilhan OmarThe longtime North Minneapolis resident is challenging the congresswoman in the DFL primary.
Vigil for LaNeal FrazierFamily members gathered to remember the man killed last summer during a high-speed police chase.
How did St. Paul teachers avoid a strike?St. Paul teachers were demanding many of the same things as their counterparts in Minneapolis, who went on strike.
A safe space for Minneapolis studentsThe North and South Minneapolis YMCA sites offer parents a safe place to bring their children amid the teacher strike.
5:00 p.m. weather reportIt will be colder on Wednesday, but next week will warm up into the 40s.
How to save money at the pumpThe Minnesota average climbed to $3.87 a gallon on Tuesday, up 10 cents from Monday.
What will life be like after Omicron?COVID cases are at their lowest in more than six months.
Lockdown ends at Burnsville High School; No weapon foundPolice are investigating a threat that put Burnsville High School on lockdown on Tuesday.
Minneapolis educators on strike; Saint-Paul reaches provisional agreementIn Minneapolis, Superintendent Ed Graff says the district and union are separated by about $100 million.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon of March 8, 2022Here are Minnesota’s latest headlines.
Midday weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports that Tuesday will be the hottest day of the whole week.
Minneapolis teachers quit workThey demand better salaries, smaller class sizes and mental health services for students.
Something Happened in Our Town: Episode 3Behind the scenes of The Children’s Theaters Company’s latest production in hopes of helping heal Minnesota after the murder of George Floyd. What it took to bring the characters of Something Happened In Our Town to life.
WCCO partners with Salvation Army for food driveWCCO partners with the Salvation Army to meet state food needs.
Lift Bridge brews beer for International Women’s DayThe team of employees at Lift Bridge Brewery have created a new craft beer.
Comments: What’s the worst thing to lose?You never want to lose anything important, but which key item would be the worst to lose?
How to celebrate International Women’s DayIt’s a day to celebrate all the women in your life and around the world.
How to prepare for early retirementMany of us want to retire early. But how do you know you’ll be able to pull through financially if you stop working sooner than you thought?