Non-Profit Aims To Make Sure Every Child Has Their Own Bed

4 things to do today: December 4th, 2021Here are four things you can do today.

Gingerbread exhibition at Norway HouseAn annual tradition at Norway House in Minneapolis is back.

The non-profit organization wants to make sure that every child has their own bedImagine going to sleep and waking up in something other than a bed in the morning. The non-profit organization “My Very Own Bed” is trying to change that for children.

Morning weather reportSnow is on the way, particularly in northern Minnesota where it could build up more than six inches.

Winter lights back in the landscape arboretumIt’s that time of year for the vacation mood, and the winter lights are back in the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.

WCCO Digital Headlines: Tomorrow December 4th, 2021Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.

Kiani Lockett doesn’t take anything for grantedKiani Lockett is one of the best high school basketball players in Minnesota and she is playing her senior year with Minnetonka.

High School Sports Rally: Featured Game: Becker vs. WayzataThe Trojans ran at Becker and beat her 80-52.

High School Sports Rally: Highlights from December 3rd, 2021Mike Max deals with hockey and basketball at the beginning of the season.

10 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the snow heading for Minnesota this weekend.

Caught on video: dog returns package to delivery driverNixon, an 8 year old ivory laboratory, is popular with the regular delivery drivers in the area.

DNR pays Minnesotans for pine conesMoney doesn’t grow on trees, but in this case it does.

Minneapolis Police Department seek help identify murder suspectsThe man is suspected of fatally shooting someone at a gas station in northern Minneapolis.

Disputes over parked cars lead to fatal knife woundsA St. Paul man was charged with murder after stabbing a man who was quarreling about a parked car.

Technology that helps Minneapolis police find stolen carsHere’s a look at the devices people can get that can track vehicles in the event of theft.

Wisconsin’s Democratic governor vetoed GOP abortion lawsGovernor Tony Evers vetoed five reproductive rights bills on Friday.

6 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports a winter storm clock for northern Minnesota with a potential of 6 inches of snow.

A reunion for four decadesA man from Nebraska returned to the Twin Cities to thank two people who had saved his life.

40-year-old cold case opens againAnother attempt to find the person responsible for the murder of 81-year-old Myrtle Cole.

Man died after being stabbed in St. PaulRamsey County prosecutors charged a man with murder after allegedly stabbing another man for parking an SUV in front of his driveway.

Kim Potter Trial: Opening Statements begin next weekOpening statements in the Kim Potter process begin next week after a jury is selected.

5 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the snow heading for Minnesota this weekend.

Golden Valley Police Commander becomes first black officer on senior staffA Golden Valley Police Commander makes history. Alice White is the first African American woman to serve on the department’s command staff.

New government structure in Minneapolis takes effectThe strong mayoral structure was approved by voters in the most recent election.

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