Don and Sondra Samuels on Minneapolis Public Safety Amendment – News, sports, weather, traffic and the best of Minnesota and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul.
11 a.m. weather reportAn exceptionally hot and humid day is forecast and other thunderstorms are possible on Monday.
Interview: Don and Sondra Samuels on the Minneapolis Public Safety AmendmentEsme Murphy spoke to the couple who were among the leaders opposed to the amendment urging voters to vote no.
Interview: Representative Pete Stauber challenges Biden’s COVID policiesA congressman from Minnesota is among those who strongly criticize the president’s vaccine mandates and COVID policy.
3 shootings in Minneapolis leave 6 injured, 2 seriouslyThere was a lot of gunfire in the city of Minneapolis this weekend.
WCCO digital update: morning of September 19, 2021Esme Murphy has the latest titles.
Weather report at 6 a.m.It will be a summer day, with temperatures approaching 90 over much of the state.
WCCO Saturday night interview: Mike Kojonen, local finance professionalWCCO’s Erin Hassanzadeh spoke with local finance professional Mike Kojonen about five things you can do to get your finances back on track before the end of the year.
10:00 p.m. weather reportSunday will look like summer with a high of 90 degrees, but fall temperatures are on their way and next week is somewhere between the mid 60s and low 70s.
The community of Saint-Paul takes care of the victim of a quadruple homicideThe community of St. Paul held a vigil this evening for one of the victims of the quadruple homicide. Nitosha Presley, 30, was found shot dead last weekend in an abandoned SUV in Dunn County, Wisconsin, along with three of her friends.
6:00 p.m. weather reportHigh of 90 degrees Sunday with temperatures dropping in a more autumnal climate into the 60s on Tuesday.
Severe storms leave residents with damage, debris and blackoutsIt’s cleanup day for many in Minnesota and western Wisconsin after a strong line of storms moved early Friday morning.
4 things you can do today: September 18, 2021Here are the four things you can do today.
Homes By Architects Tour brings together talented architects from the regionThe local houses are curated by architects and you can see them this weekend.
Live a similar experience at the Mall Of AmericaMinnesota just wrapped up the state fair a few weeks ago, but now you can have that fair trade experience at the Mall of America.
Morning weather reportA cool morning Saturday, but the weekend will heat up on Sunday.
What you can expect at the Sever Fall Festival this yearA fall favorite is back. Sever’s Fall Festival opened to guests last weekend.
WCCO digital update: morning of September 18, 2021Here are your latest WCCO titles.
High School Sports Rally: Wayzata HS SoccerNorman Seawright III portrays the school team.
High School Sports Rally: Hannah Graf of Glencoe Silver LakeShe is a 15 year old sophomore at Glencoe Silver Lake High School. As Mike Max reports, she needs speed and competition.
High school sports rally: Friday night lightsNorman Seawright III shares high school football scenes across the state.
10:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows said the weekend should bring summer highs, but next week could look like fall.
Woman who beat roots of COVID for grandsons of rival football teamsDuring Friday night’s high school football game between Breck and Concordia, a fan in the stands cheered for both teams.
Cleaning up the metropolitan area after destructive stormsThe National Weather Service now confirms that two tornadoes hit the Twin Cities this morning. One was in Burnsville, near Highway 13 and Cliff Road, where there was visible damage along Alimagnet Lake.
College football preview: Gophers Vs. ColoradoThe Gophers face Colorado, and they hope to keep their win from last week.