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WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon of March 3, 2022Here are Minnesota’s latest headlines.

Minneapolis food service workers could join striking teachersMembers of the Minneapolis District Restaurant Workers Union said they were fed up.

Midday weather reportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak said parts of the state will see snow and ice, and others will likely get lots of rain this weekend.

The deadline is approaching to remove the coolersFishermen have until the end of Monday to remove structures in the southern two-thirds of the state.

Amid the blasts of war, new births offer hopeHundreds of women are giving birth in hospital basements and bomb shelters as the Russian attack on Ukraine continues.

Russian forces capture Ukraine’s 1st cityA Russian delegation has arrived in Belarus for a second round of ceasefire talks with Ukraine.

TikTok Focus on a new multi-state surveyTikTok is being studied for its potential impact on the mental and physical health of its users.

Black business owners talk about the struggles and successes of the pandemicThe past two years have been an uphill battle for black business owners. Our Shayla Reeves spoke to some of these owners about the challenges they’ve had to overcome and how they say they’re bouncing back stronger than ever.

How to cook with your microbiome in mindCoborn Registered Dietitian Emily Parent explains.

DeRusha eats: Billy SushiIt’s one of the trendiest restaurants in the Twin Cities and an unlikely hit in this Midwestern city.

Thursday is World Hearing DayThis is especially important since recent studies have shown a link between hearing loss and dementia, says Dr. Sara Burdak, Head of Audiology at Starkey.

Get a jump on the garden season by sowing indoorsThe official start of spring is less than 3 weeks away and some of us are already dreaming of gardening season, says Adam Bachman.

9:00 a.m. weather reportWCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor predicts a potential winter storm before the weekend.

The most common inconveniences associated with air travelThere are many different types of travelers, and chances are each of them will annoy someone else on the plane.

Several AGs probe TikTok’s effect on young peopleThe state of Minnesota is joining a nationwide investigation into TikTok for allegedly promoting videos associated with “harm to the physical and mental health” of children and young adults.

Mid-morning headlines March 3, 2022President Joe Biden is pledging billions to help improve infrastructure in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

CBS News Minnesota Morning Update: March 3, 2022❇️ The White House releases a roadmap for moving into the next normal, when COVID will no longer disrupt daily life. ❇️ Back to fashion: Do you have clothes in your dressing room that you’ve never worn?

Senator Tina Smith during Biden’s trip to Duluth-SuperiorThe Minnesota senator was on the Air Force One flight with Biden and the first lady.

Study finds CTE risk for hockey players increases with each year of playA new study examines the risk of brain disease in ice hockey players.

6:00 a.m. weather reportThe southwestern corner of the state is experiencing snow showers Thursday morning, and the rest of the state is waking up to cooler temperatures.

New study aims to understand the link between hockey and CTEThe study focuses on the risk of brain disease over years of play.

Minneapolis food service workers vote to allow strikeMinneapolis teachers could leave work on Tuesday. Now, another union could follow soon after.

Power outage at South Garage cancels some subway ridesMetro Transit says a power outage caused some bus rides to be canceled Thursday morning.

It’s almost time to retire your fish shopThe deadline is Monday for the southern two-thirds of the state.

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