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Plants that make perfect holiday giftsGifting plants, especially flowering plants, is a sweet way to share the joy of the holidays.

Feedback: Are you meeting for the holidays?Are you still planning to meet up with friends and family for the holidays? Do you think the vaccine protected you against serious illnesses and variants?

Explore Edina’s local gift recommendationsExplore Edina’s Shelly Loberg joins Mid-Morning to share some cool holiday gifts you can find in local stores.

How to Make a Grinch Themed Protein ShakeIt’s the season for anything holiday-themed, so how about your protein shakes?

Weather report at 9 a.m.Thunderstorms, record heat and snow are waiting for you this week.

Researchers Say Baby Talk May Benefit InfantsResearchers in Florida say baby talk is good for babies – it helps babies learn to produce their own words.

Have you noticed the increase in the price of groceries?Food prices jumped nearly 6.5%, the biggest increase since 2008.

Mid-morning titles from December 13, 2021The prosecution will resume today the call for witnesses in the trial of Kim Potter.

CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: December 13, 2021❇️ The second week of testimony will soon be underway in the Kim Potter trial. ❇️ Feedback: What do you prefer, 20 inches of snow or thunderstorms?

What to expect in week 2 of the Potter trialProsecutors will continue to call witnesses today in the Kim Potter trial.

How to protect your home from melting snowAll the snow we had over the weekend could have gone by midweek.

6:00 a.m. weather reportWe’re heading for a midweek warm-up.

How to prepare your home for the great crisisThis winter wonderland we enjoyed all weekend is likely short-lived as temperatures rise.

Downtown Red Wing challenges residents to shop locally this holiday seasonDowntown Red Wing challenges its 16,000 residents to think small this holiday season.

WCCO digital update: morning of December 13, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest titles.

Weather report at 4:30 amThe Twin Cities could see record heat, thunderstorms and snowfall later this week.

Master P happy to take the back seat of his son Mercy MillerMinnehaha Academy sophomore Mercy Miller plots his next steps with the help of his supportive dad, who knows a thing or two about being in the spotlight.

10:00 p.m. weather reportWe will slowly warm up to record highs by the middle of the week when we have a chance for thunderstorms in December.

Talking Points: Representative Omar speaks out on IslamophobiaThe US House is expected to vote on a bill that would establish a State Department special envoy to fight Islamophobia. The bill is drafted by Representative Ilhan Omar, who was the target of Islamophobic comments by Representative Lauren Boebert last month.

Wheelchair tennis is growing in popularitySurprisingly stimulating sport has become one of the most engaging activities for disabled Minnesotans.

Time is running out to catch a tree in time for ChristmasMany forest farms and lots typically close the week before Christmas, but some have already closed for the year.

MSP Airport Plow Operators and Maintenance Workers Vote StrikeUnion plow operators and maintenance workers at several Twin Cities airports voted in favor of strike action at a “dead end” in negotiations with the Metropolitan Airports Commission.

Mayor of Edina speaks out after increase in car hijackings and theftsA day after a carjacking attempt outside a busy supermarket, a mayor of Twin Cities said his town and neighbors were “under attack by mobile criminals”.

Kim Potter trial: medical examiner will take position on MondayThe trial of a Minnesota police officer charged with the shooting death of Daunte Wright opens its second week of testimony Monday, with a medical examiner expected to guide jurors through Wright’s autopsy.