Dashcam video shows armed woman of Deputy MinnesotaThe Mahnomen County Sheriff said he released dashcam video of a deputy shooting Shequoya Basswood, 20, last month for transparency purposes and out of concern for the deputy’s safety.

Minnesota’s First Million Jackpot Mega Ticket On Sale At Ramsey Gas StationThe first time someone in Minnesota won the Mega Millions jackpot.

6pm weather reportIt will be cloudy for the next few days with below-average temperatures.

Minnesota Zoo welcomes new tigerLast month, the Minnesota Zoo had sad news about the death of one of its oldest tigers. But a new one named Luka has come to the zoo.

Sanneh Foundation expands services in St. PaulThe Sanneh Foundation is expanding its services in part of St. Paul, which focuses on fighting inequality.

Minneapolis Bus Front Argument Leads to Shooting on Chicago AvenueMetro Transit police are hunting for a man who shot someone after an argument on a city bus.

NWS confirms EF-2 Tornado Hit TaopiIn Mower County, the small town of Taopi was almost completely destroyed.

Grocery stores suffer from inflation, supply chain woesAt the height of the pandemic, the Open Grocery Store in Eagan helped 20,000 people – and that need hasn’t diminished much.

5pm weather reportRain and snow will fall on Thursday.

Homeowner Faribault Grateful After Nearly Being StormedStrong winds tore up corrugated iron roofs, toppled electric poles, and uprooted trees. and even toppled several semi-finals Tuesday afternoon in Faribault.

WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon April 13, 2022Amelia Santaniello shares the latest headlines and updates.

‘The Prom’ is playing at the Orpheum theaterYou can watch “The Prom” Wednesday through Sunday at the Orpheum in Minneapolis.

Noon weather reportOn Wednesday, it will be a bit cloudy and drizzly.

North Minnesota family named tallest in the worldThe Guinness Book of World Records says Esko’s Trapp family achieved the title with an average height of 6 feet by 8 inches.

Cleaning continues after strong winds hit FaribaultThe damage extended through much of the town, and about 40 homes were without power.

DIY experiments at home for Earth DayLiz Heinecke explains the upcoming Earth Day on April 22.

Flotsam + Fork move from Brick-And-Morter to OnlineThe local business had to re-imagine its future when the murder of George Floyd happened near their store. Owners Adrianna Fie and Joe P. Hasler discuss.

How to have good emotional boundaries with your teenRelationship expert Dr Kirsten Lind Seal explains: “Parents may realize that they need to catch up or grow with their children.

9am weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows assesses damage from Tuesday night’s storms and shares her Easter forecast.

Many children’s first words may be ‘This’ or ‘That’.Parents can’t wait to hear their children’s first words.

Get your child back on trackDr Gigi Chawla from Children’s Minnesota explains: “Due to closures and restrictions during the pandemic, some young children may be late to their usual vaccination schedule.

Mid-morning headlines from April 13, 2022People will assess the damage today, after severe storms moved through parts of Minnesota.

CBS News MN Morning Update: April 18, 2022❇️ We are looking at storm damage after a day of wild weather on Tuesday. ❇️ Feedback: If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you buy?

Local grocers struggling due to inflation, supply chain issuesRegional grocers are struggling to feed the hungry families in our community, and demand is growing again.

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