Patrol: Victim ID’d In Crow Wing Co. Crash
The Minnesota State Patrol has identified the deceased victim in a Crow Wing County crash.
Target: All Registers Back Online After Nationwide Outage
Target confirmed the outage was not related to a data breach or security issue.
AAA: Gas Prices Could Fall Below $2 This Year
The average cost of gas is $2.60 across Minnesota, which is 10 cents less than the national average.
Minnesota Twins Retire Joe Mauer’s No. 7 Jersey
A Twins legend will forever be remembered at Target Field. Joe Mauer's No. 7 will permanently hang in the outfield.
USS Minneapolis-St. Paul Christened, Launched In Wisconsin
The Navy launched the USS Minneapolis-St. Paul into Wisconsin's Menominee River Saturday morning.
Brooklyn Park Moves To Eliminate Paid On-Call Firefighters
Chief T. John Cunningham is in the process of implementing a plan to dissolve the paid on-call program and work within the current budget to hire more full-time staff. He believes the change will help the department better serve the city and its residents.
Minnesota Nurses Association, Children’s Hospitals Reach Agreement
The Minnesota Nurses Association reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota early Saturday morning.
Crews Search For Missing Man On Lake George
Authorities say search efforts are underway Saturday evening after a man went missing on Lake George in Anoka County.
State Patrol: Deerwood Man Killed In Head-On Semi Truck Crash In Crow Wing Co.
semi truckThe Minnesota State Patrol says a 62-year-old Deerwood man is dead after a head-on collision with a semi truck Friday night in Crow Wing County.
Mpls. Police: 1 Dead In Powderhorn Neighborhood Shooting
Minneapolis police are investigating a homicide in the Powderhorn neighborhood.
Garage Fire Destroys Cars, Boat In Crystal
A garage fire in Crystal damaged two vehicles and a boat early Saturday morning.
Driver, 23, Dies After Truck Leaves Road And Lands In Swampy Area
There were three people in the truck total, according to the Anoka County Sheriff's Office. The two passengers were able to free themselves from the truck after it came to rest.
Damond, Castile Lawyer To Represent Man Assaulted While SPPD Officers Allegedly Stood By
Getting fired from the department may not be the only problem for five former St. Paul police officers.
Police: Robbery Suspect Jumps To His Death After Pursuit
According to investigators, police responded to the call of a possibly armed robbery taking place on the 6300 block of Humboldt Avenue North.
Gov. Tim Walz To Release More Daily Details, But Not Full Calendar
The state's public records law narrowly defines what information about government employees is public. An employee's calendar is not within that narrow scope.
Sun Country: ‘Human Error’ Resulted In Family’s Info Being Released To Wrong Person
Sun Country Airlines says a human error resulted in a family's personal information going to the wrong person.
Stillwater Plans To Use Eminent Domain To Build New Parking Ramp
The owner of the business being taken over said she has a lot to say about this plan, but because there is ongoing litigation on the matter, she could not give WCCO comment.
‘Such A Huge Role’: The 1,500 Volunteers Making The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Happen
The KMPG PGA Women's Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Course is next week and finishing touches are being put on the course, with 1,500 volunteers being called in for training.
Video Shows 2 Black Women Forcefully Arrested On Nicollet Mall, NAACP Wants Answers
Nineteen-year-old Mikala More was dining out with a friend on the Nicollet Mall on May 31 when she verbally challenged three Hennepin County Sheriff's Deputies.
‘Neither Fair Nor Appropriate’: SPPD Union Responds To Firing Of 5 Officers, Will Appeal
The St. Paul Police Federation says it is “extremely disappointed” with the Police Chief’s decision to terminate five police officers and will begin an appeals process.
Airline Food Workers Vote To Authorize Strike If Negotiations Fail
Representatives for the workers say many of them make just $12 an hour, and their health care costs are too high.
Nurses, Podcasters Team Up To Give Free Blood Pressure Screenings
After a recent podcast on the subject of director John Singleton’s passing, Two Haute Mamas hosts decided to take some action.
Lawyer Gets 14 Years In Prison In Porn Trolling Scheme
U.S. District Judge Joan Ericksen told Paul Hansmeier during sentencing that it was almost incalculable how much his abuse of trust harmed the administration of justice.
No Charges Filed In Fatal Albert Lea Officer-Involved Shooting
The Olmsted County Attorney’s Office says there will be no charges filed in a deadly officer-involved shooting incident in Albert Lea.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Possible Friday Afternoon, Evening
The stretch of cool weather this week is over. Temperatures are expected to climb into the 80s Friday, making the atmosphere unstable and bringing the possibility of severe storms.
Hundreds Of Former Argosy Students Headed To Northwestern Health Sciences University
Hundreds of former Argosy University students are breathing a sigh of relief.
Minnesota Regents Expand Beer & Wine Sales To Basketball, Hockey
University of Minnesota regents have voted to allow beer and wine sales in the general seating sections of the school's basketball and hockey arenas.
Weekend Closure Of I-94 In St. Paul Cancelled Due To Rainy Forecast
Minnesota transportation officials say a weekend closure of a segment of Interstate 94 in St. Paul has been cancelled.
Amy Klobuchar Supports Trump Impeachment Process ‘Beginning Now’
Amy KlobucharDemocratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar says she would support impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump "beginning now."
Rochester Man Arrested In Shooting Death Of Garad Roble
Olmsted County sheriff's officials say they've made an arrest in the death of a man found with multiple gunshot wounds along a rural road earlier this year.
Patrol: Motorcyclist Seriously Injured After Crashing Into FedEx Truck
A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries in the southeast metro Thursday evening after crashing into a FedEx truck.
DNR To Anglers: Don’t Keep Those Big Sunfish
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is encouraging anglers to toss back large sunfish and only keep the small ones to fry.
Prince Night At Target Field: 10,000 Fans Will Get A Prince-Themed Twins Jersey
The Minnesota Twins start a new series Friday night against the Kansas City Royals at Target Field, and it's Prince Night.
Andrew Russ Killed In Chain-Reaction Crash On I-94 In Woodbury
A 33-year-old man died Thursday morning after a semi started a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 94 in the east metro.
Survey: Many Parents Fail To Prepare Children For Financial Realities
A recent study finds that many parents don’t teach their children enough about money or the financial realities of independent living.
5 St. Paul Police Officers Fired For Not Intervening In Assault
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell said the firing is connected to an incident in 2018 where an assault occurred and officers did not intervene. Sources tell WCCO it happened last summer at Eastside Checkerboard Pizza, a restaurant run by Tou Cha.
Minnesota Nurses Reject Children’s Contract Offer, Authorize Strike
Nurses represented by the Minnesota Nurses Associaton voted Thursday night to authorize the negotiating team to call a strike, rejecting the latest offer from Children's hospitals.
What Is Proper Flag Etiquette?
The American Legion explains the etiquette and reminds people the code is not an enforceable law, but rather a suggested set of guidelines.
‘Uber For Lawn Care’: Apps Are Changing How People Mow Their Lawns
"I think people are really about the convenience factor and not having to deal with stuff on their own. And if someone can do it for you and it's a reasonable price and something you can afford, I think people are going for it. We are very service-oriented.”
‘It Doesn’t Bring Back My Daughter’: Justine Ruszczyk Damond’s Father Responds To Mohamed Noor Apology
For the first time, Justine Ruszczyk Damond's father is speaking out about an apology from the man who shot and killed her.