Midday weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports freezing wind chill and when Minnesotans could see snow later this week.
MnDOT’s Name A Plow Contest ReturnsSome of this year’s names include “Betty Whiteout” and “Plowin’ In The Wind”.
Man arrested in connection with St. Paul homicideA 31-year-old man was arrested for the fatal shooting Tuesday night in the Frogtown neighborhood.
Vaccine rules go into effect in Minneapolis, St. PaulThose visiting bars and restaurants will need to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
How to Eat Burgers for a Good CauseCities 97’s Paul Fletcher explains.
New book shares ‘celebration of Nordic skiing’Ryan Rodgers talks about his new book, “Winter’s Children.”
How to become more resilient, even during a pandemicDr. Kirsten Lind Seal talks about four things you should be doing to increase your resilience.
9:00 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor said temperatures had now taken a colder turn.
Unboxing the latest advice for COVID and childrenThe CDC recently updated its mask guidelines to more clearly explain that the public can use respirator masks, says Dr. Gigi Chawla.
Wisconsin among the best states to crossWallethub has released its list of the best and worst states to drive in for 2022.
Mid-morning headlines from January 19, 2022Police say neighbors may have information about a fatal shooting near downtown St. Paul that left one person dead.
Fatal shooting in Frogtown neighborhood of St. PaulPolice are looking for a suspect in a fatal shooting.
What you need to know about the Twin Cities vaccine/testing mandatesThe way you visit restaurants and bars in the Twin Cities is going to change today.
6:00 a.m. weather reportWe have a few cold days ahead of us, with brutal wind chills expected.
St. Paul police are investigating the city’s 3rd homicide of 2022Neighbors may have information about a fatal shooting last night, police say.
Twin Cities vaccine/test mandates go into effect WednesdayStarting today, you will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to enter a restaurant or bar in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
How to treat COVID-induced parosmiaBritish researchers are now discovering that even young children can develop the condition known as parosmia, which distorts taste and smell.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning of January 19, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest titles.
4:30 a.m. weather reportThe entire state is under a wind chill advisory on Wednesday.
10:00 p.m. weather reportWe are in a lingering cold snap, with temperatures approaching minus 30 degrees in parts of Minnesota.
Good question: why is 5G a concern for aircraft?Warnings of “catastrophic disruption” to the airline industry have faded, for now. AT&T and Verizon will roll out 5G coverage nationwide on Wednesday, but it won’t happen near some airports.
Senator Klobuchar returns from a visit to UkraineThe White House warns that a Russian attack on Ukraine could happen at any time.
St. Paul Police Investigate 3rd Homicide of the YearSomeone was fatally shot Tuesday night in the Frogtown neighborhood of St. Paul, police say.
Antiviral treatment saves life of Vadnais Heights manA Twin Cities man credits a newly available antiviral pill to treat COVID-19 with keeping him away from hospital.