Midday weather reportThe rain will continue for the next few days, bringing with it wind and snow.

The twins plan to postpone opening day due to weatherThe Twins say they will make their decision whether to move on Opening Day or not by 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Local collaboration seeks to amplify the work and voice of women of colorThis is the second year in a row that the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota and SHARE THE MIC MINNESOTA have collaborated on a special campaign. Jasmine Stringer joins us to talk about it.

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Preparing the Home for the WeatherIt’s Severe Weather Awareness Week and we’re getting tips on how to keep your home safe in extreme weather.

4 Your money: what baseball can teach us about financesWhat can baseball teach us about saving and investing? Financial expert Bruce Helmer joins us on Tuesday morning.

Mid-morning weather reportA wet and windy Tuesday.

Discussions: the best ways to communicate and simulate financial situations on social networksThe Mid-Morning team discusses a few interesting topics.

State legislator Tou Xiong to plead guilty to driving under the influenceA Minnesota state lawmaker will plead guilty on Tuesday to driving under the influence earlier this year.

CBS News MN Morning Update: State Fair Ice Cream FlavorsJason DeRusha shares the latest headlines and asks viewers to share their picks for the State Fair ice cream flavor for 2022.

Vote for new ice cream flavors at the MN State FairThe Minnesota State Fair is 142 days away and Midwest Dairy needs you to vote on new flavors.

How many convicted carjackers in the Twin Cities face jail?As carjackings plague the Twin Cities, many have asked: what happens after a suspect is arrested? WCCO-TV has been tracking hundreds of cases to find out.

5 a.m. weather reportRiley O’Connor has the latest predictions.

WCCO Digital Update: Morning of April 5Jason DeRusha has the latest digital titles.

A closer look at carjacking penaltiesLess than 15% of carjackings led to arrests in Minneapolis last year. In St. Paul, that number was about 25%. But then what? Jennifer Mayerle looks at the charges and penalties the youngest suspected car thieves have faced.

10:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows said there would likely be a break in rainfall mid-week, but the rain would return quickly.

Minnesotan answers call to help UkrainiansJennifer Mayerle spoke with a Minnesota veteran who traveled overseas to help with humanitarian aid amid the war in Ukraine.

Young Minnesotans take on climate changeDavid Schuman looks at the climate crisis through their eyes and shows us their enthusiasm to save the planet.

Prince fans react to rare archival footageWCCO has revealed a clip of Prince as a young child, discovered while we were browsing archive video of the 1970s teachers’ strike. A local historian and childhood friend of the music icon has confirmed that it was about him. Within 24 hours, the story captured international attention.

Washington Co. Att’y Pete Orput dies at 66Orput was known for his commitment to justice and his willingness to take on cases that others would not.

6:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows said next weekend promises to be dry and warmer.

New plan aims to curb theft of catalytic convertersA crime that may take seconds to complete can cause drivers problems for months. Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in the Twin Cities.

5:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows said there would likely be a break in rainfall mid-week, but the rain would return quickly.

Reporter overwhelmed by response to Prince footageJeff Wagner first reported on the vintage 1970 footage of Prince on the Sunday night news after the Grammys.

Red Cross helps around 100 people after New Hope apartment fireSeveral families are homeless after a fire at an apartment complex in New Hope.