Body parts found in northeast Minneapolis lead to homicide investigation

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5:00 p.m. weather reportChris Shaffer Reports Thunderstorms Could Hit Southeast Minnesota Tonight (3:22) WCCO 4 News At June 5 – 17, 2021

Minnesotans share what Juneteenth means to themIt is a holiday that has held attention for a long time. Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield Examines How Juneteenth Is Having A Bigger Impact Than Ever (3:01) WCCO 4 News At June 5 – 17, 2021

After 117 years, Holy Cross School closes in MartyTeachers and parents say school closure came out of nowhere, reports John Lauritsen (2:17) WCCO 4 News At June 5 – 17, 2021

Body parts found in northeast Minneapolis lead to homicide investigationPolice opened homicide investigation after someone found body parts in northeast Minneapolis, reports Reg Chapman (1:45) WCCO 4 News At 5 – June 17, 2021

WCCO Digital Update: June 17, 2021Frank Vascellaro has your digital headlines for Thursday afternoon. WCCO News 4 – June 17, 2021

Body parts found in northeast Minneapolis, rapid homicide investigationPolice said a passer-by found body parts in northeast Minneapolis on Thursday morning and the incident sparked a homicide investigation. Katie Johnston reports.

Noon weather reportThere is a risk of severe storms in the southern state later Thursday, reports Mike Augustyniak (4:40 a.m.). WCCO 4 News at noon – June 17, 2021

Retailers reporting a bicycle shortageA cycling boom sparked during the pandemic continues, reports Nichelle Medina (1:51). WCCO 4 News at noon – June 17, 2021

Biden: time will tell if the summit with Putin was a successThe two leaders appear to be poles apart on some key issues, reports Natalie Brand (1:54). WCCO 4 News at noon – June 17, 2021

No DFL-approved candidate in Minneapolis mayoral raceThis is probably the best news for incumbent mayor Jacob Frey, widely regarded as the most centrist candidate and the candidate least likely to be backed by delegates, reports Esme Murphy (1:59). WCCO 4 News at noon – June 17, 2021

Arepa Bar hosting a virtual cooking class in the Midtown Global MarketSoleil Ramirez, owner and chef of Arepa Bar, explains (4:00). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

Solo Vino’s Rose ‘Fest returns to Saint-PaulEvent organizer Chuck Kanski explains (3:30). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

Tips for picking and planting perennialsBachman’s Keith Williams explains (4:19). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

Weather report at 9 a.m.Thursday promises to be heavy with the risk of thunderstorms later in the day, reports Mike Augustyniak (4:27). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

Singing With People May Reduce Stress, Study FindsNew research shows that making music and singing together can reduce stress and bond people … unless one of you likes Björk (4:39). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

Fast food businesses targeting minority youth, study findsThe Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity says the fast food industry spent $ 5 billion in 2019 (2:58). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

Mid-morning titles from June 17, 2021Police broke in around 1:30 a.m. and cleared the roads of Uptown again, charging at the makeshift barriers the protesters had used to block the area (2:02). WCCO Mid-morning – June 17, 2021

CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: June 17, 2021Hello! Today we’re talking about the record-breaking heat in parts of the western United States and how some areas conserve energy by keeping the thermostat at 78 degrees. What temperature do you set the thermostat to during the summer? WCCO News 4 – June 17, 2021

#MyMorning From June 17, 2021: Tributes for Father’s Day(2:21). WCCO this morning – June 17, 2021

Quatrefoil Library, with one of the largest LGBT collections in the country, now accessible to the publicLibrary President Claude Peck speaks with WCCO this morning about changing membership fees (4:05 am). WCCO this morning – June 17, 2021

Newspaper Morning Headlines: Jun 17, 2021Jason DeRusha takes a look at the morning papers for stories beyond the headlines (4:14). WCCO this morning – June 17, 2021

Cyber ​​attack shuts down Wisconsin casinoKeshena Casino Says Hackers Attempted To Break Into Computer Systems (0:15). WCCO this morning – June 17, 2021

The battle for control of the Uptown intersection continuesPolice intervened again around 1:30 a.m. Thursday and cleared the roads near where Winston Smith was shot by police, reports Christiane Cordero (2:06). WCCO this morning – June 17, 2021

“Juneteenth’s Mother” Looks at Bill to Mark Federal Vacation PassOpal Lee, 94, has celebrated Juneteenth her entire life and walked from Texas to Washington DC to urge lawmakers to make it happen (0:41). WCCO this morning – June 17, 2021



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