Tuesday marked “Equal Pay Day”That means it took until March 15 for the average woman in the United States to earn as much as an average man over the past year, says Professor Christina Ewig.
10:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says there’s a good chance winter will return next week.
Twins fans excited and surprised by Carlos Correa signingThe Minnesota Twins shocked the baseball world with their biggest free agency move ever.
Colors shine in Midtown on SaturdayThe holiday is a thank you for the arrival of spring and signifies forgiveness and friendship.
Another sign of spring, off to golfThe Weather Watcher is red, so our streak of good spring weather will continue.
Still no agreement on teachers’ strike, despite optimismThe school district and educators who went on strike 11 days ago again failed to reach a contractual agreement on Saturday.
6:00 p.m. weather updateWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says temperatures could reach 50 or even 60 degrees for the next two days.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon of March 19, 2022Erin Hassanzadeh shares the latest headlines.
Extended interview: Mark Rosen on twins signing Carlos CorreaShortstop Carlos Correa has agreed to a three-year, $105.3 million contract with the Twins.
Shop for all things fish at Aquarium ExpoGetting a fish can be the fun family pet. But first you need the tank, and knowing how to set it up can be overwhelming.
4 things to do today: March 19, 2022Here are four things you can do today.
Minnesota designers inspired by the Final FourAn event showcasing off-court fashion inspired by the Final Four of women’s basketball.
Morning weather reportSaturday starts out in fog, but it will clear up throughout the afternoon and it will be a perfect day to get out.
Learn all about maple at Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s MapleFestMapleFest is a celebration of all things maple at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
Correa and the twins have reportedly agreed to a $105.3 million dealA star player heads into Twins territory.
WCCO Digital Titles: March 19, 2022Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.
High School Sports Rally: Remembering Aaron SchmitzHer goal was to be healthy enough to make it to Melrose’s basketball game for her son’s senior night in a week.
Flagship High School Sports Rally Game: Princeton Vs. BeckerPrinceton and Becker were playing for the third time this year, this time for a trip to the state.
11:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says there is a possibility of snow in the forecast.
Plaque honoring robbed veterans at South St. Paul CemeteryThe plaque has hung in Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul since 1949.
Police investigate 2 shootings in MinneapolisA woman died after someone shot her Friday morning in the Lowry Hill neighborhood.
2020 vs. Photos from 2022 show the return of downtownOur producer Mike Verlo took some photos showing the difference between March 2020 and today.
Montevideo’s women’s basketball team makes historyAlthough the road did not lead to a championship, Norman Seawright explains why the city can be proud of the trip.
5:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer said there was a chance more snow could be forecast, despite the onset of spring.