Northern Minnesota Family Named Tallest In The WorldThe Guiness World Records say the Trapp family of Esko has achieved the title with an average height of six feet, eight inches tall.
Clean-Up Continues After Strong Winds Hit FaribaultDamage extends through much of the town, and roughly 40 homes are without power.
DIY Home Experiments For Earth DayEarth Day is coming up on April 22, Liz Heinecke explains.
Flotsam + Fork Moves From Brick-And-Morter To OnlineThe local business had to reimagine its future when George Floyd’s murder happened near their shop. Owners Adrianna Fie and Joe P. Hasler discuss.
How To Have Good Emotional Boundaries With Your TeenParents can find themselves realizing that they need to catch up, or grow along with their children, relationship guru Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows assesses the damage from Tuesday night’s storms and shares the Easter forecast.
Many Kids’ First Words Might Be ‘This’ Or ‘That’Parents can’t wait to hear their kids first words.
Getting Your Kids Back On Track On ImmunizationsDue to lockdowns and restrictions during the pandemic, some young children may be lagging on the regular vaccine schedule, explains Dr. Gigi Chawla from Children’s Minnesota.
Mid-Morning Headlines From April 13, 2022People will be assessing the damage today, after severe storms moved through a swath of Minnesota.
CBS News MN’s Morning Update: April 18, 2022❇️ We’re looking at storm damage after a wild day of weather Tuesday.
❇️ Feedback: If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you’d buy?
Local Food Pantries Struggling Due To Inflation, Supply Chain IssuesArea food pantries are struggling to feed hungry families in our community, and the need is growing again.
Wild Weather Day Leaves Wreckage Around The RegionThick hail in Cannon Falls, strong winds in Faribault, tornadoes reported in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa and the return of winter in North Dakota.
6 A.M. Weather ReportShowers are lingering Wednesday morning, but things will quiet — and cool — down later on.
How You Can Help Local Food PantriesMore people are now relying on food pantries to help feed their families, but with rising food prices and supply chain issues, that has area pantries struggling.
Intense Storms Leave Swath Of Damage In Southern MinnesotaIntense wind ripped off roof shingles, tipped power poles and uprooted trees.
Snowstorm Buries Parts Of North DakotaWinter has fully returned to parts of North Dakota.
Minnesota’s First Jackpot-Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold At Ramsey Gas StationOne single ticket sold in Minnesota is worth $106 million.
Iowa Meteorologist Captures Tornado On Live TVA meteorologist out storm chasing in Iowa had a close call with a tornado.
Wrong-Way Driver Killed, 6 Injured In I-35E CrashA driver going the wrong way on Interstate 35E through downtown St. Paul was killed in a crash that also injured six others.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of April 13, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportWednesday will be a quieter day in the Twin Cities, aside from a few sprinkles in the early morning.
10 P.M. Weather ReportAfter Tuesday’s severe weather, Wednesday will be chillier and breezier.
Good Question: Could Inflation Lead To A Recession?From gas pumps to grocery aisles, the cost of virtually everything we buy keeps going up. Consumer prices jumped 8.5% year-over-year last month. It’s the biggest spike since 1981. Jeff Wagner talks to a business journalist to find out of a recession is lurking around the corner.
St. Paul School Board Drops Mask MandateFor the first time in more than two years, thousands of St. Paul students will be able to go to school without a mask.