March 25, 2023

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MOA Celebrates 50 Years Of Title IX Ahead Of Women’s Final Four

10 P.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says it’s still not going to feel too much like spring over the next week.

Did Frank Vascellero Excel In Celebrity Shootout?While the top collegiate basketball players compete for the NCAA Championship, four other teams hit the court in a different tournament.

Final Four Brings Paige Bueckers’ Fans OutThere was a familiar face on the court Friday night. Hopkins grad Paige Bueckers represented UConn as they took on Stanford.

Final Four Gives Downtown Restaurants A LifelineThe bars and restaurants closest to the Target Center have spent the better part of the last two years dealing with canceled events and limited crowds.

Former Mounds View H.S. Basketball Star Thanks Title IXThe past week, WCCO has been looking back and ahead with some of the top women’s basketball players leading up to the Final Four.

6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the weekend forecast.

Church Choirs Returning As COVID Cases DeclineAfter months of online and adapted services, choirs in the Twin Cities are again singing upfront, without masks.

Minnesota Fans Excited To Watch Paige BueckersFans say the phenom from Hopkins is growing the game in Minnesota.

Extra Patrols To Catch Distracted DriversLaw enforcement officials say there’ll be extra enforcement on Minnesota roads through the month of April.

None Seriously Hurt After Rollover Crash In I-94The crash happened Friday afternoon on westbound Interstate 94 in Minneapolis.

2 Deadly Shooting In St. Paul Happened Just Hours ApartBetween Thursday night and Friday morning, two deadly shootings left two men dead in St. Paul.

Republicans Finalize Proposal For Public SafetyThe plan is in stark contrast to how DFLers want to fight crime.

Sleep Experts Mixed On Plan To Make Daylight Saving Time PermanentNew legislation would make year-round daylight saving time permanent, which means many of us would be heading to school and work in the dark, and seeing more daylight later.

5 P.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says that Friday may have been sunny, but there are plenty of clouds in the forecast.

Youth Get Basketball Tips From The ProsLast night, some of the youngest players in our state got a lesson from the top collegiate coaches in the country. Photojournalist Sam Jones was there.

Dash Cam Footage: Superior Officer Hits Woman In StreetThis is squad camera footage showing Officer Joshua Sislo running over a woman lying in the street in Supeior on Feb. 19.

Fans Flock To Twin Cities For Final FourFrom locals and out-of-towners, hundreds made their way to Tourney Town ahead of tonight’s game.

New Service Aims To Consolidate RecyclingIf you’re doing some spring cleaning you may have come across items that require several different trips to get rid of.

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Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak reports on the weekend forecast.

Bomb Threat Closes Part Of MSU-MankatoAn alert sent to students and staff said the threat targeted Armstrong Hall.

Inside The Tourney Town Fan ExperienceBasketball fans from Minnesota and beyond are flocking to the Minneapolis Convention Center to take in the Tourney Town experience during the NCAA Women’s Final Four.

Hot April Events In The Twin CitiesBon Jovi is coming to the Twin Cities over the weekend, and it’s one of our Man About Town’s pick for Hot April events.

Spring Art Classes Open In St. PaulShelita’s Art World is now offering kids spring art classes at the Creators Space in St. Paul, starting this weekend.