MnDOT: strong winds rock the semi-finals (again)Strong winds that continued on Thursday are rocking the semis – again.
10:00 p.m. weather reportIt won’t get much warmer on Friday, with wind and temperatures in the 30s.
Minnesota woman who made Boston Marathon history will run againA Minnesota athlete returns this month to where she made sports history 50 years ago.
Keep bird feeders away to stop spread of bird flu, says Raptor CenterA virus spreading between birds could make a popular springtime pastime a bad idea.
Minneapolis public schools to drop mask mandateThe school district announced its decision to lift the mask mandate starting Monday due to the new CDC framework and the declining rate of COVID-19.
Minnesota’s job market is strengthening, but not for everyoneThe state announced that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 2.5% in March, the lowest since 1999.
Wind makes take-offs and landings difficult at MSPGusty winds made take-offs and landings difficult at the airport on Thursday.
Spring high school sports games postponed due to weatherIt didn’t matter if you played baseball professionally or in high school. Almost all games have been postponed on Thursday.
6:00 p.m. weather reportIt will be a little less windy and a little warmer on Friday, but temperatures are still well below average.
Scott County billboard tries to get drivers to slow downResidents of Jordan, Minnesota say commuters are driving too fast.
Black students from the St. Paul Central High Develop support groupA group from Central High School in St. Paul is changing lives.
Minneapolis City Council approves task force to develop rent control policyMinneapolis voters said yes to a ballot question in November, allowing the city council to propose rent control policy.
5:00 p.m. weather reportThe latest predictions, including when that pesky April snow will come out.
Heads of State Host Roundtable on Women’s Economic Security and Rising Health Care CostsThe cost of childcare is a major burden on families and the pandemic has only made matters worse. On Thursday, state leaders heard concerns from parents and childcare providers about the kind of help needed to make childcare more accessible.
A look back at April snowstorms in MinnesotaMinnesotans are no strangers to snow in April. But did you know that this particular date, April 14, is one of the two biggest April snowstorms on record?
Wild’s Ryan Hartman talks about fan support after being fined for knocking down Evander KaneSavage forward Ryan Hartman is getting a lot of support for what the NHL called “unsportsmanlike conduct” during Tuesday night’s game.
DEED: Minnesota unemployment rate now lowest on recordMinnesota’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest level on record, according to new figures released by state officials.
Windy and snowy ThursdayWindy and snowy Thursday
Minnesota Department of Corrections is looking to hire a tattoo supervisorThe Minnesota Department of Corrections is seeking applicants for a highly skilled position – tattoo supervisor.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon of April 14, 2022Here are the latest headlines from WCCO.com.
Midday weather reportThursday’s temperatures, wind and snow are all more indicative of a winter’s day than mid-April.
With rising childcare costs, leaders address women’s economic securityThe debate over the exorbitant cost of childcare – and the impact this has on parents, especially women – continues.
The Lexington hosts a Makers of Minnesota cocktail partyLater this month, you can partake in what’s being called Minnesota’s Ultimate Cocktail Party.
Comments: have you done your taxes yet?A few days before the deadline, around 80 million people are still waiting to do their taxes.