5:00 PM Weather Report – News, sports, weather, traffic and the best of Minnesota and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul.


The best ways to say warm outside on colder daysThe change of seasons is no reason to avoid embracing the outdoors. Shayla Reaves of WCCO is among those enthusiastic about walking on snow-covered trails and along frozen lakes. She had her first winter in Minnesota last year. It’s a great way to learn how to stay warm.

10:00 p.m. weather reportMuch of Minnesota will experience heavy rain on Wednesday. By Friday, temperatures could drop below freezing, sending snowflakes flying.

Good question: how are traffic lights timed?It only lasts a few seconds, but can feel like minutes. Getting stuck at a red light, especially without traffic, can be frustrating at times. WCCO speaks with a Minneapolis traffic operations engineer to find out how the system works.

Woman seeks answers to her husband’s COVID death at airbaseA wife from Minnesota questions her husband’s medical care after he became the first active-duty member of the Air Force to die of COVID-19.

Random gunshot man in Minneapolis faces lengthy recoveryHe survived a random shooting in Minneapolis early Sunday morning. Now Jason Miller and his family are waiting to see if he will ever walk again.

6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports several snow hazards across Minnesota in the coming days.

Mike Max goes duck hunting in North DakotaDuring his annual trip to North Dakota, Mike Max discovered that sometimes the birds of a feather wait for colder weather.

Minnesota World War II veteran receives ‘Valor Quilt’Volunteers made the trip to Pine County to pay their respects to Roy Reiser, 95, who served from 1944 to 1946.

Minnesota Ends Veteran Homelessness in 13 CountiesThe effort was made possible through strong partnerships between agencies, veterans groups and owners.

Elsa Segura sentenced to life imprisonmentThe former probation officer was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for her role in the 2019 kidnapping and murder of real estate agent Monique Baugh.

Stillwater teenager identified as victim of cold Texas affairSherri Ann Jarvis was found dead on November 1, 1980. Her killer has not yet been found.

Infrastructure Bill To Bring $ 100 Million For Minnesota BroadbandThe funds could help bring thousands of Minnesotans into the digital age.

5:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports rain showers for most of Wednesday and strong winds all day Thursday.

Keep your kids warmWays to keep your kids safe and warm this winter.

Thousands of people sign petition to repave the Midtown GreenwayTest users say the city needs to redo the paving job.

Hundreds of Minnesota Lakes and Streams Added to “Degraded Water List”Minnesota lake and steams reach worrying contamination levels.

Noon weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the system that could bring the first snowflakes of the season to parts of Minnesota.

COVID cases are on the rise again in MinnesotaAs of Tuesday, health authorities reported more than 7,000 new cases and 20 deaths.

Woodbury Police warn residents of brief spate of crimeAuthorities say armed suspects committed four thefts (or attempted thefts) in the span of 45 minutes on Monday evening.

Large police presence in downtown BrooklynPolice are asking the public to stay clear of the area of ​​Highway 252 and 66th Avenue North.

Bad Rooster Food Truck extends its service until winterBad Rooster Food Truck has made an interesting decision to extend its service until winter. Owner Soulaire Allerai joins us to talk about it.

‘Oklahoma!’ Come to the Orpheum theaterA newly redesigned performance of the classic arrives at the Orpheum Theater. Cast members Sasha Hutchings, who plays Laurey and Sean Grandillo who plays Curly, are joining us now.

Money Watch: Risk managementOur financial expert Bruce Helmer from Wealth Enhancement Group is now joining us with advice on risk management.

Weather report at 9 a.m.The coldest air the Minnesotans have felt this season will arrive later this week. The same goes for a storm system that could bring the first snow that accumulates in parts of northern Minnesota.

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