Celebrating the life of Coach LarsonCommunity members packed the Somerset gymnasium on Friday to remember the man who touched so many lives.
A man shot dead in Saint-PaulThe man was found dead Friday morning in the Frogtown district of the capital.
Benilde Basketball focused on building playersNorman Seawright III reports how open team communication fosters an environment where players feel heard and are able to grow as teammates.
Champion Simley Wrestlers also targets solo titlesSimley won the Class AA state tag team title on Thursday for the fourth consecutive season. On Friday, a plethora of Spartans aimed to continue their dominance, vying for individual state crowns, still atop team victory.
High School Sports Rally: Highlights from March 4, 2022Mike Max and Frank Vascellaro recount the night’s hockey and basketball highlights.
10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the messy spring storm that moved through Minnesota.
Gasoline prices in Minnesota climb to $3.66The average price of a gallon of gasoline jumped 10 cents overnight.
Fish fries for UkraineThe Minnesotans back Ukraine with a rotation on Friday night fry.
Russian, Ukrainian dancers performing for peaceFor these dancers who perform across the country, stepping on stage brings a sense of peace.
Extended Maintenance: Jellybean JohnsonWCCO-TV’s Jennifer Mayerle spoke with Jellybean Johnson about the dispute between the Prince Estate and Morris Day over the use of the name “The Time”.
Minneapolis North High School Clinic connects basketball athletes with younger kidsFor a North High basketball player, the only thing better than winning is knowing he’s making a difference for someone younger.
6:00 p.m. weather reportOver the next 36 hours there is a chance of rain, freezing rain, snow and ice pellets, for a dangerously sloppy winter mix.
Morris Day Says Prince Estate Prevents Him From Using The Time’s Band NameMorris Day and The Time is trying to keep its name.
Bipartisan bill would eliminate out-of-pocket fees for advanced breast cancer screeningsPutting politics aside in the state capitol could mean eliminating the high cost of breast cancer screenings for Minnesotans.
Minneapolis Parks to extend activity hours for children in case of teacher strikeWith teachers in two of the largest school districts poised for a possible strike, there’s help for parents.
More Minnesota farmers could plant wheat this year due to Russian invasion of UkraineMinnesota farmers are preparing for spring planting, but some are planting a different crop this year.
5:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the botched storm which is on track to bring snow, freezing rain and even severe storms to Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Mpl. The brewery celebrates Women’s History MonthHeadFlyer Brewing is preparing a new beer that will be launched in two weeks. Proceeds will help local women and children in crisis find safe housing.
When will business travel rebound?First a pandemic, then riots and racial unrest. The past two years have been tough for hotels, restaurants and event centers in Minneapolis as business travel has plummeted.
Minneapolis man convicted of fatal hit and runThe victim’s family told WCCO-TV they believe the man deserves more time behind bars.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon of May 4, 2022Here are your latest titles from WCCO.com.
Midday weather reportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says there’s a bit of almost everything in the storm forecast for the weekend.
175 United Nations to end plastic pollutionIt is the most significant environmental pact since the Paris climate agreement, with 175 UN member states agreeing to create a legally binding treaty to end plastic pollution by 2024.
Morris Day says he’s in conflict with Prince EstateDay says the estate will no longer allow him to use the Morris band name Day and the Time.