Biker rides for Hong Kong awareness, even after crash

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HS basketball team shrugs off racist taunts by playing UnitedAt Robbinsdale Cooper High School, a community reacted to harassment suffered by the Hawks women’s basketball team during a recent game in New Prague.

10:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says there’s a chance for 6 to 10 inches of snow in parts of the state early next week.

MN Legislature considering bill for vehicle trackersTrack stolen cars with tracking devices. Some say it will reduce lawsuits, while others say, “What about our privacy?”

WCCO Digital Headlines: Evening of February 19, 2022Erin Hassanzadeh shares the latest headlines and updates.

6:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows said temperatures are expected to warm up on Sunday, but some areas could experience very wintry conditions.

Biker rides for Hong Kong awareness, even after accidentAlex Lee rides his bike to raise awareness among protesters in Hong Kong, who are against the communist takeover of China and censorship of pro-democracy groups.

Rally of Ukraine supporters at the Minnesota State CapitolThe Russian-Ukrainian conflict hits hard for the 17,000 Ukrainian-Americans living in Minnesota.

A tractor-trailer leaves I-94 near the St. Croix RiverThey were able to rescue the driver who was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

4 things to do today: February 19, 2022Here are four things you can do today!

February is Adopt a Rescue Bunny MonthWe hear a lot about dog and cat rescues, but February is Adopt a Rescue Bunny Month.

New Pickleball Court Opens in Northeast MinneapolisIt looks like a tennis court, but pickleball is a whole different game.

Morning weather reportTemperatures will begin to warm over the weekend before a flurry of snow rolls through Minnesota.

Classic film Pretty Woman comes to life for a musical at OrpheumA popular Hollywood movie has made its way to Broadway.

WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning of February 19, 2022Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.

High School Sports Rally: Ronnie Porter Clears SpaceWatch her play and you quickly forget that she is the shortest player on the court almost every game.

High School Sports Rally: Day 1 of State GymnasticsState Gymnastics is a two-day event starting today with a team competition.

High School Sports Rally Spotlight: Standing Up Against RacismThe Robbinsdale-Cooper Hawks are dealing with more than just a basketball game.

High School Sports Rally: Friday Night HighlightsThis is a tournament edition, as in tonight’s win in the women’s hockey section final and you play in the state tournament.

10:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says the temperature roller coaster isn’t going to stop anytime soon.

Potter’s demonstration moves to the judge’s alleged residenceA jury found Kim Potter guilty of manslaughter after shooting Wright during a traffic stop last spring.

Web Extra: Governor Tim Walz speaks about the death of Rep. HagedornJim Hagedorn has died aged 59 after a battle with cancer. He represented the state’s 1st congressional district.

Extended interview: AG Keith Ellison on Kim Potter’s sentencingFormer central Brooklyn police officer Kim Potter, who was convicted of manslaughter in December for shooting and killing Daunte Wright, was sentenced to two years, 16 months of which will be served in prison.

6:00 p.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says temperatures will remain on this roller coaster for the next week as well.

Cherry and Spoonbridge united againThe teams worked for about an hour to bring the two together at the Walker Sculpture Garden in Minneapolis.

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