June 23, 2024


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Northern Minnesota Flooding Hurting Summertime Business

6 P.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says that Tuesday’s hot weather could be potentially dangerous for some, and that’s why he’s calling tomorrow a Next Weather Alert day.

New Shorter Corn Said To Be Stronger Against StormsBayer Crop Science has invented a smaller corn hybrid that can potentially stand-up to storms and strong winds.

Gun Control Activists Laud Movement In CongressThe bipartisan compromise does not have universal background checks or universal red flag provisions, but it does have funding incentives for states to pass red flag laws, as well as tougher background checks for those under 21.

What You Can Do Now To Prepare For RecessionA new survey shows nearly 70 percent of economists think we’re in for a recession. The issue at hand is high inflation.

Operation Safe Summer Cracks Down On Minneapolis CrimeA recent crackdown put 97 people bars; three are wanted for murder. Also, 38 guns were taken off the street, of which four had switches.

Lounging Squirrels Beat The HeatHumans aren’t the only ones who are trying to cool off as temperatures rise.

5PM Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Schaffer discusses Monday’s rain and the upcoming heat on Tuesday.

Cyclist Biking Cross Country Stops In MinneapolisJörg Richter arrived in Minneapolis Monday for a visit at Children’s Minnesota, where he met with a doctor focused on rare cancers.

Inside Look At Operation Safe SummerReg Chapman rides along with police over the weekend for a first-hand look at Operation Safe Summer.

Family Searches For Justice 1 Year After Fatal ShootingA Cambridge family discusses how they feel one year after their beloved teenager, Nicholas Enger, was killed at a street race.

Dealing With The Heat While Saving EnergyExperts say air conditioning accounts for more than 40% of homeowners’ energy use in the summertime. Kate Raddatz has tips on how to save.

Minnesota Aurora FC Meets Namesake Zebra Baby At Como ZooThe Zoo says sponsoring an animal is a unique way to help wildlife conservation efforts.

WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of June 13, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and updates.

Noon Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says Tuesday’s conditions are expected to be excessively hot, but a slight cooldown should follow.

New Study Indicates How Much Exercise Teens Should GetResearchers found that teenage boys tend to get more vigorous exercise than girls.

What Gun Control Deal Would Mean In MinnesotaThis legislation is being viewed as a potential breakthrough because it’s the first time in a generation that enough Democrats and Republicans have agreed on any form of gun control legislation.

House Committee Presents More Jan. 6 EvidenceThe House Committee investigating the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol is presenting evidence saying President Trump knew there was no evidence that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.

Stagger Planting For Leafy Greens All SummerLong gone are the days of boring salads, especially if your growing your own, Rebecca Kolls explains.

How To Get Our Of An Exercise RutDiscover Strength CEO Luke Carlson says all it takes is about an hour a week of proper strength training to stay in shape and maintain good health.

9 A.M. Next Weather ReportA storm system is making its way through Minnesota Monday morning, bringing several severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings. Once storms move out, dangerous heat will follow.

The Strangest Things Left Behind In UbersA few items some people have left behind include false teeth, a painting of a moose, and a crocheted strawberry from girlfriend.

Father’s Day Ideas Beyond The GrillTerri Chaffer owns Love That Olive in Maple Grove and shares some easy-to-make menu options and gift ideas.

Mid-Morning Headlines From June 13, 2022A second day of hearings is underway in the Jan. 6 investigation into the assault on the U.S. Capitol.

Morning Update: June 13, 2022We’re talking about how tipping habits have changed over the pandemic, US Senate negotiators reach agreement on gun control, and more