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Some Metro gas stations exceed $4 a gallonAcross the state and across the country, prices at the pumps are on the rise.

6:00 a.m. weather reportThe next few days are going to be cold, but there is a spring warming on the horizon.

Gas prices exceed $4 a gallon in some parts of the metroWhile the average is $3.95 per gallon in the state right now, we’ve seen prices as high as $4.24.

‘Grow Your Own’ program seeks to diversify Minnesota’s teacher poolRural areas are short of teachers, and across the state there is a need for more teachers of color.

WCCO Digital Update: Morning of March 10, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest titles.

4:30 a.m. weather reportIt’s going to look more like January or February for the next few days.

10:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer indicates how long this cold spell will last.

A lighthouse in central MinnesotaThe North Shore is known for its lighthouses, but what about the center of the state?

The gas in the landfill makes the house shake violentlyWCCO spoke with a Burnsville woman who struggled to understand how her house was shaking violently.

Twin Cities Police Use GPS To Track Stolen CarsTracking device technology allows police to track stolen vehicles more safely.

6:00 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer indicates when spring weather will return to Minnesota.

Minnesota athlete and creator wins big at ParalympicsMike Schultz won silver in the bordercross event, but his prosthetic technology was used by his competitors, including the one who won gold.

Governor Walz proposes spending $300 million on public safetyThe governor says his plan includes money to recruit more officers and invest in modern technology.

Prosecutors: Deputy justified in fatally striking manProsecutors say a Twin Cities deputy was justified when he fatally rammed his patrol car into a man who shot officers.

Minneapolis teachers take their demands to lawmakersTeachers rallied outside the Minnesota State Capitol, asking lawmakers to use part of the state’s budget surplus to meet their demands.

Soaring gas prices are hurting rideshare driversSome told WCCO that they were considering looking for other work.

5:00 p.m. weather reportIt will look like mid-January on Thursday, but temperatures will warm up next week.

Boys State Hockey Tournament Kicks OffA year after crowds were severely limited due to the pandemic, fans are thrilled to be back at the Xcel Energy Center.

Minneapolis Teachers Rally at the CapitolOn Wednesday, Minneapolis educators took to the Minnesota State Capitol, urging lawmakers to use some of the budget surplus to meet their demands.

Minnesota man fights for UkraineHe is one of 16,000 members of Ukraine’s International Territorial Defense Legion.

Minneapolis educators on strike for day twoPicketing continues outside schools in Minneapolis.

WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon of March 9, 2022Here are Minnesota’s latest headlines.

Minnesota man volunteers to fight in UkraineEric Creager spoke to Canadian journalists about why he joined the Ukrainian army to fight against the Russian invasion.

Crews put down fire at South Minneapolis churchThe investigation is looking for the causes of the fire.

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