July 19, 2024

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Politics and Law

State Leaders To Lay Out Plan For Fighting Bird Flu

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6 P.M. Weather ReportThe first half of Wednesday will be a rainy one in the Twin Cities.

Report: Mississippi River Among Most-Endangered In USThe future of Minnesota’s most famous river is in danger, according to a new report that ranked the Mississippi among the most endangered in the country.

Gov. Walz, Minnesota Senators Praise State’s Bird Flu FightMinnesota’s governor and U.S. senators went to the heart of the state’s poultry country Tuesday for a first-hand look at how the top turkey-producing state is fighting bird flu.

Gun Safety Crucial For Kids As Minnesota Sales SkyrocketGun ownership in Minnesota is at a historic high. With more guns in households, advocates say there’s a greater need for educating kids about gun safety.

5 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer says that rain is on the way for Wednesday.

Files Shed Light On Rollover Involving Top DFL LawmakersMinnesota State Patrol investigators say that an open can of White Claw was found inside the vehicle, prompting some to wonder why no one was charged with an open container violation.

Travels React To Lifting Mask MandatesNot everyone was thrilled to see masks come off inside planes, trains and buses.

Target Commits To Hybrid WorkKate Raddatz reports on how the retailer’s decision will impact downtown Minneapolis.

Target Says Future Of HQ Work Is Hybrid, But Offices Will Still Play ‘Important Role’Target announced it will not require employees to work full-time inside headquarters offices in downtown Minneapolis, Brooklyn and Eagan.

WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of April 19, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.

Project To Widen Highway 14The new project aims to expand more than 12 miles of Highway 14 between New Ulm and Nicollet in southwest Minnesota.

Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the rain expected for Wednesday.

Dairy Farmer Goes Viral On TikTokDan Venteicher is using social media to show people the human side of dairy farming.

Nice Ride Season OpenerTuesday marks the opening day of bike share season in Minneapolis.

MSP Lifts Mask MandateMasks are now optional at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

Skincare Tips To Help Your Summer Glow-UpOur lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer shares the details.

Feedback: Could You Live Off The Land?A new survey shows 62 percent say they could live off the land if they had to.

How To Provide Support During Autism Awareness MonthApril is Autism Awareness Month, and it’s a time for all of us to increase our understanding of autism.

What Can You Do To Reduce Your Lifetime Tax Liability?The tax filing deadline is now past us, and it fell on the same date this year as Tax Freedom Day.

9 A.M. Weather ReportTuesday will be a little bit warmer than Monday, and you can enjoy a dry spell before rain returns Tuesday night.

Why Are Puppy Dog Eyes So Charming?New research shows why we’re such suckers for puppy dog eyes.

Would You Buy An Electric Car?Americans have been dealing with high gas prices. A new CBS News poll looked into people’s willingness to buy an electric or hybrid car.

Mid-Morning Headlines From April 19, 2022If you’re riding public transportation today, you won’t need a mask, unless you want to wear one.

Morning Update: Mask Mandates End For Planes, Public TransportationMask mandates end for planes and public transportation, Nice Ride bikes return to the streets of Minneapolis, and more

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