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Dayton Family Opposes Changes to Orono’s Summit Beach Park


10:00 p.m. weather reportTimes will hit the single digits on Thursday, and more snow will arrive on Friday.

Discover Minnesota: Whitewater Snowshoe TourAt Whitewater State Park in Winona County, it doesn’t matter if it’s 30 degrees below or 30 degrees above – people show up for a particular snow activity.

Metro hockey team honors assistant coach after tragedyA junior hockey team and its fans honored their assistant coach and his wife with a mid-game tribute on Wednesday night.

Dayton Family Opposes Changes to Orono’s Summit Beach ParkOne of Minnesota’s wealthiest families fights to stop a Twin Cities suburb from developing an urban park.

Pond hockey, snow sculpture to bring onlookers outsideOur local pride in banding together to go out in the cold is attracting international attention this week.

Why Most St. Paul Diners Won’t Need to Show Vax StatusChange is on the menu at many Twin Cities restaurants, with requirements starting Wednesday for customers to have a vaccine or test negative for COVID. However, a little-known rule adds to the confusion for St. Paul spots.

Trampoline Park aims to help action sports athletes hone new skillsThe facility is only open to action sports athletes looking to improve their skills.

6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer indicates how long this cold spell will last.

Stillwater Snow Carving ChampionshipsNine teams from five countries will spend three days carving snow blocks into creative workers.

Minnesota sues 2 companies over COVID testingMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said the two companies took too long to return test results and falsified information.

Hennepin County Workers File Plan to StrikeThousands of social service and office workers say they want better wages, remote work benefits and COVID protections.

What Wastewater Reveals About Omicron in MinnesotaThe researchers say the data suggests Omicron’s peak may have already been reached in the Twin Cities.

Restaurants make changes as vaccine rule takes effectSome restaurants said they had to change their entire business model to make things work.

5:00 p.m. weather reportCold temperatures are here to stay for a few days, according to WCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer.

Emergency medical teams arrive in Minnesota for COVID reliefMinnesota hospitals continue to face a care crisis, with too many patients and too few staff.

Twin Cities businesses adapt to vaccine rulesWednesday is the first day you must prove you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or show a negative test result before you can enter certain locations in Minnesota and St. Paul.

Federal civil rights trial set to begin Thursday for 3 former MPD officers in George Floyd deathOn Thursday, the federal civil rights trial of three former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd begins in St. Paul.

WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon of January 19, 2022Here are Minnesota’s latest headlines.

Midday weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports a freezing wind chill and when Minnesotans could see snow later this week.

MnDOT’s Name A Plow Contest ReturnsSome of this year’s names include “Betty Whiteout” and “Plowin’ In The Wind”.

Man arrested in connection with St. Paul homicideA 31-year-old man was arrested for the fatal shooting Tuesday night in the Frogtown neighborhood.

Vaccine rules go into effect in Minneapolis, St. PaulThose visiting bars and restaurants will need to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

How to Eat Burgers for a Good CauseCities 97’s Paul Fletcher explains.

New book shares ‘celebration of Nordic skiing’Ryan Rodgers talks about his new book, “Winter’s Children.”