A support group helps mothers who have lost custody of their children

1 Shot at a gas station in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood of St. PaulPolice said the victim was rushed to hospital for surgery. Their condition is unknown.

Watch for wet roads during Wednesday morning commutesWe’re watching the roads for you this morning.

6:00 a.m. weather reportA wintry mix falls in the Twin Cities on Wednesday morning and precipitation will persist for most of the day.

Spring storm brings rain and snow to MinnesotaMarielle Mohs was live in the Mobile Weather Lab with a look at the roads.

Tyler Jacob reunited with his family in Minnesota after being detained in RussiaA Minnesota man detained by Russia as he tried to flee Ukraine has returned home safe and sound.

WCCO Digital Update: Morning of March 30, 2022Shayla Reaves has the latest titles.

4:30 a.m. weather reportWe have a winter mess, with sleet, rain and freezing rain.

10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the storm system bringing rain and snow to Minnesota.

Ordway announces upcoming Broadway seriesUpcoming productions at St. Paul’s Theater include “Beauty and the Beast”, “Six”, and “A Soldier’s Play”.

Plans to strengthen cybersecurity in MinnesotaMinnesota officials say state agencies are in a “continued defensive posture” when it comes to cybersecurity.

Foo Fighters cancel tour after drummer’s deathThe band was scheduled to play at US Bank Stadium in August.

1,200 Minnesotans learn to become practical nursesThey are trained under a program funded by the American Rescue Plan. Governor Tim Walz’s budget proposal set aside funds to continue the program.

MOA Celebrates 50 Years of Title IX Ahead of Women’s Final FourAt the Mall of America, they’re celebrating groundbreaking women’s sports legislation ahead of the NCAA Women’s Final Four this weekend.

6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the botched spring storm system as it approaches Minnesota.

The MRN establishes a walleye limit on Lac des Mille Lacs in spring and fallThe fishermen of Lac des Mille Lacs will have two chances to keep a walleye this year.

Duluth Priest Hopes Leading Bible Podcast Offers HopeIt started as a one-man pandemic project from northern Minnesota and has blossomed into an international phenomenon.

Opening a free food shelf in OakdaleThe second Today’s Harvest location is stocked with “scavenged food”.

Arson suspected in the fire at the Saint-Paul grocery storeWhile repairs are underway, residents of the neighborhood now find themselves without their only grocery store.

Demetrius Wynne found guilty of murdering a neighborThe 21-year-old was convicted of murdering Susan Spiller in her north Minneapolis home.

Lawmakers consider tax credit for high heating billsMinnesota lawmakers are looking for ways to help Minnesotans who pay high heating bills.

5:00 p.m. weather reportA messy and complicated spring weather system is heading into Minnesota, bringing rain for some and snow for others.

Minnesota farmers struggle to find equipment ahead of springSpring planting for Minnesota farmers is fast approaching and they are hoping for better weather after last year’s drought.

Blaze Pizza employees win wage theft caseMinneapolis workers are speaking out after earning thousands of dollars in back wages as part of a wage theft settlement.

Twin Cities mother slams closure of juvenile detention centersA St. Paul mother wants people to understand the plight of parents who need help holding their children accountable for the crimes they commit.

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