Crews Fight Truck Fire In Downtown Mpls. Parking Ramp
Minneapolis firefighters rushed to a parking ramp in downtown Friday night.
Police: 1 Dead In St. Paul Shooting
One person is dead after a shooting in St. Paul early Saturday morning.
Business Leaders Finding Top Talent Among Women Athletes
The theory is that in the world of sports comes competition, which creates a focus -- and that's a good place to start when you enter the business world.
Chanhassen Sports Announcer’s Side Gig: Mayor
When you watch a Chanhassen high school football game, what you hear is the voice of the hardest-working retired man in Minnesota.
‘Pumps And Pints’ Event Teaches CPR At A Brewery
A Twin Cities woman, who survived a heart attack, is now giving back to the people who helped save her life.
Man Who Inherited Massive Halloween Display Hopes To ‘Keep The Spirit Going’
When building a Halloween display, it can be difficult to know when to stop.
After WCCO Investigation Into Burnsville Dentist, More Accusations Surface
The state is now sending a message to any other parents who believe they may have been duped by a Burnsville dentist.
‘Monster Bog’ Creeps Into Brainerd-Area Bay
A floating bog on North Long Lake in Merrifield has been the talk of the town this past week.
Mpls., Big Lake Police Search For Armed Car Thieves
Police say two vehicles -- stolen 40 miles apart -- are part of the same investigation.
Minnesota Retailers Struggle To Fill Seasonal Openings
Every year, about a third of the 10,000 seasonal hires at Minnesota retailers turn into year-round jobs.
With Super Bowl Looming, City Council OKs Short-Term Rental Regulations
The Minneapolis City Council passed a set of ordinances Friday regulating short-term rentals.
What Happens To All Of The Unpicked Pumpkins?
As much as 10 percent of a pumpkin patch can be left behind each year. It’s often the not-so-round, rotten ones that no longer have a stem.
Lucifer Nguyen Indicted For Office Worker’s Murder
A New Hope man is formally charged with murder in a crime spree that shook a small St. Paul suburb.
New-Look Wolves Take The Court At Renovated Target Center Friday Night
The countdown is on to Friday night's home opener for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
About That ‘Colder, Wetter Winter’ Prediction
“If La Nina conditions develop, we predict it will be weak and potentially short-lived,” said NOAA’s Mike Halpert.
Fmr. Mrs. America Gets Probation For Clothing Theft Scheme
A former beauty queen was sentenced Friday to two years of probation after being convicted of stealing clothes from high-end stores.
Free Movie Tickets Offered To Active Duty Military, Veterans
Universal Pictures and AMC Theatres announced they are giving away up to 10,000 free tickets to see the new movie “Thank You For Your Service.”
Wis. Youth Prison Employees ‘Scared To Death’
Workers at troubled youth prisons in northern Wisconsin tell a state senator that conditions are chaotic and they are "scared to death."
MPCA Hearings On Water Quality Standard Set To Begin
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency kicks off a week of public hearings across the state Monday on changing a water quality standard that's meant to protect wild rice.
Ghost Tours At Nopeming Sanatorium Open
Now's your chance to be part of an actual ghost investigation.
Warrant Out For Man Charged In St. Paul Strip Club Murder
A warrant is out for the arrest of an Illinois man charged with executing a man outside of a St. Paul strip club.
Mpls. Police Officer Accused Of Drunkenly Threatening To Shoot Wife’s Sister
A Minneapolis police officer is accused of threatening to shoot his wife’s sister after a night of heavy drinking Monday evening, according to a charge filed in Ramsey County.
Chick-Fil-A Dominating Minn., U.S. Fast Food Market
Minnesota is one of 39 states where Chick-fil-A dominates the fast-food market, according to Foursquare.
#MeToo Campaign Inspires Sexual Assault Survivors To Seek Help, Share Stories
In less than a week, the hashtag #MeToo has been used millions of times on social media.
Police Investigating Break-In At Mosque Where Bomb Exploded
Leaders of a Minnesota mosque where a bomb went off this summer now say two burglars have broken windows and entered their building in Bloomington.
Hunter Lost, Hypothermic Found In Beltrami County
Greg Eckman used his cell phone to let authorities know that he was lost in the woods near Debs.
Criminal Investigation Opened After Woman Found On Fire In Duluth, Critically Injured
Police in Duluth have opened a criminal investigation after a woman was found on fire on Highway 23, suffering life-threatening injures Thursday afternoon.
VIDEO: Edina Police Chase Ends With Pursuit On Foot
The driver has not yet been identified, and it's not clear what led to the chase in the first place.
Update: Duluth Woman Who Went Missing After Crash Found
crash, generic, accident, damage, fatal, cracked windshieldOfficials in St. Louis County say a Duluth woman is missing after she walked away from a major crash overnight.
Dayton Criticizes Medica For Pushing Money To For-Profit Unit
Lawmakers passed legislation this year that allows for-profit HMOs to operate in Minnesota and made it easier for HMOs to transfer reserves.
Man & Woman Unresponsive After Motorcycle Crash; Police Say Alcohol A Factor
Police in North Branch say alcohol appears to be a factor in a motorcycle crash seriously injured two people Thursday.
Police: Man Dead After Leading Police On Chase, Jumping Off Bridge
A man is dead after leading police on a chase before jumping over the Lafayette Bridge in St. Paul.
Bundle Up: NWS Predicts Colder, Wetter Than Average Winter In Minnesota
The National Weather Service says our state stands up to a 50 percent chance for colder than average temperatures for January, February and March.
North Stars Super Fan Celebrates 50 Years Of NHL In Minnesota
Saturday night marks the 50th anniversary of the very first National Hockey League game in Minnesota
Where Does The U Of M Stand In Terms Of Tuition?
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler is proposing to increase tuition rates for out-of-state students by 15 percent. If passed by the Board of Regents, that would mean those students would pay $28,730 in 2018-2019 and $35,000 in 2019-2020.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Muskie Fishing In Minnesota
Fishing buddies Amelia Santaniello and Angela Davis headed out in search of Minnesota's largest game fish.
Patrol: Semi With 40K Lbs Of French Fries Rolls On I-35W
A driver was hurt after his semi truck full of French fries flipped on an Interstate 35W cloverleaf.
Exercise A Lot? You Could Be At Risk For Rhabdomyolysis
Some people are heading to emergency rooms because they've pushed themselves too hard during workouts.
Police: Man Shot In Torso In South Minneapolis
A man is in the hospital after being shot in in south Minneapolis Thursday afternoon.
‘We Are All Outraged’: Lawmakers Pushing To Repeal Federal Drug Law
Top Minnesota lawmakers are asking Congress to repeal a controversial new law they say is actually making the opioid problem worse.