A Minneapolis family on a mission to help the city’s homeless
A Minneapolis family on a mission to help the city’s homelessA few years ago, Joe and Jenn Funk started collecting and distributing items to homeless and homeless residents of the city.
Man killed in downtown Brooklyn I-94 shootoutA fatal shootout caused major backups on a Twin Cities highway on Saturday night.
Man was found gunned down inside a car in the North LoopInvestigators say it appears someone shot the man from inside the car.
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Weather report at 6 a.m.Say goodbye to cool weather and dry air after Sunday.
10:00 p.m. weather reportCooler temperatures and scattered showers arrive by Tuesday with the possibility of thunderstorms also on their way.
Dr. Sarah from Allina Health’s article discusses preparing for the next school yearJeff Wagner of WCCO has covered a lot of ground with Allina health specialist Dr Sarah Paper. The two discussed ways to help prepare children for the upcoming school year mentally, emotionally and physically.
6:00 p.m. weather reportWell-deserved rains are expected to arrive by Tuesday, with the risk of thunderstorms Friday and temperatures dropping to the 70s by the end of the week.
Minnesota groups prepare for arrival of Afghan refugeesChaos still reigns in Afghanistan as thousands of families try to flee the country. The Minnesota Department of Social Services reports that 35 Afghan refugees have already arrived as of August 16, and up to 65 refugees have been granted special immigrant visas.
Boundary water region closed to the public due to forest firesThe Boundary Water canoeing area has been officially closed to the public as forest fires continue to grow and move through the area. David Schuman of WCCO speaks with experts on the current state of the Upper National Forest.
5 p.m. Weather reportTemperatures plunge into the 70s by mid-week with the risk of scattered showers by Tuesday and continuing through Saturday.
Boundary Waters closes amid spreading wildfiresThe Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness has been completely closed to the public after wildfires continue to spread through the area, making it unsafe for the public.
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The Renaissance festival is back in ShakopeeThe Minnesota Renaissance Festival is back for some fun in the 16th century.
CynCity Tours offers a guided tour of the history of Saint PaulWalking through the streets of Saint-Paul, among the historic buildings, it is easy to get an idea of the history of the city. But as you roam the streets on an authentic, sought-after guided tour, history comes to life.
Morning weather reportNorthwestern Minnesota experienced thunderstorms and brief tornadoes Friday night. Saturday will be cooler, with temperatures in the 70s in the metro area.
How you can be a part of the Minnesota pre-professional women’s football teamPre-professional women’s football is coming to Minnesota. There are opportunities to own a community by buying shares, starting next week.
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Woman killed in hit-and-run in MinneapolisPolice are looking for the driver who struck a woman and fled the scene overnight in Minneapolis.
10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows said the threat of severe weather has diminished as the storms moved east on Friday evening.
Biden makes promise to Americans in AfghanistanAs desperation grows outside Kabul airport, President Biden has said the United States is focused on the sole mission of bringing tens of thousands of Americans and Afghan allies to safety.
After the back and forth, the deputies. City council overturns mayor’s vetoResidents of Minneapolis will have the chance to read the contested language before voting in November. The outcome will dictate whether the Minneapolis Police Department is replaced with a Public Safety Department.
8:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows said a number of counties fell under severe thunderstorm surveillance and others were under advisement until 10 p.m. Friday.
7:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows said the entire western half of Minnesota was under surveillance for severe thunderstorms Friday afternoon into the evening.