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10.30 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak takes a look back at the Halloween extremes of the past 50 years.

SCOTUS decision could be the biggest abortion in half a centuryThe Supreme Court will hear oral arguments about Texas’ abortion law, which is the most restrictive in the country.

Future of Police, City Council will vote this week in MinneapolisThe Minneapolis elections, particularly those relating to public safety, are being pursued across the country. Dr. David Schultz and Esme Murphy give an outlook on what’s at stake this year.

Fire damage quad plex in Maple GroveAt least three people were provided with North Ambulance first responders, but reportedly only as a precaution.

WCCO Digital Headlines: Tomorrow October 31, 2021Esme Murphy shares the latest headlines and updates.

4 Things to know for October 31, 2021Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan says she tested positive for COVID-19, and the Minnesota Vikings will face the Dallas Cowboys at US Bank Stadium on Sunday night.

Minnesota Symphonic Winds opens season with a creepy music concertThe free concert included several classical songs by Bach, Giroux, and Ryden.

First personal G20 summit since the arrival of COVIDThe global bottleneck in the supply chain is one of the agenda items at the Group of 20 Summit in Rome today.

6 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says the high temperatures will cool to your mid-40s for most of the coming week.

Esme Murphy ponders the 1991 cover version of Halloween BlizzardEsme Murphy says the massive snow storm marked the start of her first full winter here in Minnesota.

Headlines on the morning of October 31, 2021Minneapolis Police are investigating six armed car thefts. The crimes occurred on Friday night between 5 and 10 p.m. in south Minneapolis. Esme Murphy shares the latest updates and headlines.

Brit’s Pub is celebrating 31 years in the Nicollet MallThe bar’s general manager said the pandemic has been severe but they want to recover.

Funeral for a priest who was fatally hit by a driverFather Denny Dempsey was fatally struck by a driver while cycling on the South Underground.

10 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the Halloween night forecast and the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights early Sunday morning.

Halloween Pumpkin Walk in New BrightonParticipants said the best part was celebrating the holiday with people this year.

6 armed carjackings reported in South Minneapolis in 5 hoursInvestigators say victims were robbed and held at gunpoint when their cars were stolen by several suspects.

6 p.m. weather reportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the Halloween forecast and the coming cooldown.

The Costs and Benefits of Switching to SolarWith more people working from home during the pandemic, some are converting to solar – a move that will ultimately pay off.

The giant Vincent Van Gogh Head hovers over Minneapolis ParkA hot air balloon of the artist’s head was flown in Minneapolis to promote the Van Gogh Immersive exhibit.

4-H Student organizes rabbit vaccine clinicThe vaccines are said to help prevent rabbit hemorrhagic virus 2, a deadly rabbit disease.

Motorcyclist is seriously injured after crashing into a State Patrol Squad carA 20-year-old man sustained life-threatening injuries after crashing into a Minnesota State Patrol car in Brooklyn Center, officials say.

Man fatally beaten trying to cross Highway 169 in HibbingA 28-year-old man was fatally struck by a vehicle while attempting to cross Highway 169 in Hibbing Thursday evening.

Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan tests positive for COVIDMinnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced on Saturday that she tested positive for COVID-19.

Problems in the supply chain lead to a limited furnace supplyAs in many industries, the supply of ovens and their parts is secured. The pandemic is to blame.

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