MN politicians react to report suggesting SCOTUS could overthrow Roe V. Wade
10:00 p.m. weather reportWe’re going to stay pretty dry this week, with rides into the 50s, 60s and maybe even 70s.
WCCO reveals test results for popular CBD and Delta 8 productsWCCO tested ten popular products in a lab recommended by the Ministry of Agriculture in February. The chemist found discrepancies between what the label said and what was inside. Jennifer Mayerle of WCCO learned that certain types of products are illegal in the state.
Good question: what are the benefits of mental health apps?Do you feel stressed or anxious? There is an application for that. Literally thousands of apps can be downloaded to help you.
Managing finances in an environment of inflation, rising interest rates and market volatilityKirsten Mitchell spoke with an expert about ways to manage your finances now and in the future.
Metro Transit increases the safety of trains, buses and stationsYou may notice more police on public transport around the Twin Cities. Metro Transit says they will increase the number of officers on its trains and at its train and bus stations.
MN politicians react to report suggesting SCOTUS could overthrow Roe V. WadeA bombshell report released Monday night by Politico suggests the nation’s highest court has voted to overturn Roe v Wade.
Wild Hope to pass the first round of the NHL playoffs against the BluesThe Minnesota Wild kicked off their first-round playoff series against the St. Louis Blues Monday night in St. Paul.
6:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer said highs would flirt with the 70s soon enough.
A couple sell beef on a market cartA southern Minnesota cattle ranch is jumping on the new trend.
Are any other COVID restrictions coming?New COVID cases in Minnesota have nearly tripled in the past month.
The clock is ticking for the 2022 sessionAt the State Capitol, there are only three weeks left in the legislative session, but billions of dollars remain to be determined how to spend.
5:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer said next week is expected to bring a big swing in temperatures.
St. Paul Saints Honor Married Vietnam VeteransA college baseball player turned Army pilot received the honor of his life last week.
Ex-Pentagon chief says Trump was asked about shooting protestersFormer Secretary of Defense Mark Esper served under President Trump at the time of the 2020 riots.
Minnesota vet assists humanitarian efforts in UkraineMark Lindquist is an Air Force veteran who volunteers for humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.
Charges laid in shooting near daycare centerThe shooting happened last month near University Avenue in the Prospect Park neighborhood. The victim is a medical examiner with the Minneapolis Police Department.
Craft Brew Convention brings 10,000 people to downtown Mpls.More than 10,000 craft brewing fans are in downtown Minneapolis for their annual convention. It’s the biggest convention in Minneapolis since 2019.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon of May 2, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest updates and headlines.
Midday weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows shares a warmer forecast for May.
Midday titles of May 2, 2022Shayla Reaves shares the latest headlines and updates.
Bill signed paving the way for checks on frontline workersCurrently, the state is aiming for approximately 10 to 12 weeks for check issuance. Payments are expected to be around $750 per person.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Banned From Twitter, Again, After Brief ComebackMyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been banned from Twitter for the second time after trying to use a new account to access the social media platform.
What your garden needs now to bloom laterEven though it’s still cold, Rebecca Kolls says there are still things to do.
Wicked Kitchen to hold a vegan barbecuePete Speranza shares a preview.