Weak Tornado Briefly Touches Down In Faribault County
The touchdown happened just east of Minnesota Lake at about 2:40 p.m.
Pools Opening Up Across The Twin Cities
The Splash Pad in Woodbury was packed with families kicking off the holiday weekend.
Minneapolis City Council Unanimously Raises Age To Buy Tobacco To 21
The city of Minneapolis is not the first city to make this change, but they are on the forefront.
Dakota County Judge Confirmed As Minnesota U.S. Attorney
Erica MacDonald was confirmed as the state's top federal prosecutor on Thursday.
Cumberland (Wis.) Man Arrested For Filming People In Tanning Bed
A 42-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly taking video of multiple people inside a tanning booth in northwestern Wisconsin
Man Arrested In Wayzata Groping Incident, Charged With Stalking 3 Women
A 68-year-old Chanhassen man is accused of stalking three women in May – and groping one of them, according to charges filed in Hennepin County.
Fischbach Resigns Senate Seat, Takes Oath As Lt. Gov.
It's an apparent change of heart. She was automatically elevated to the role after Dayton appointed Tina Smith to the U.S. Senate.
White Bear Lake Man Arrested For Threatening Girlfriend With Knife
A White Bear Lake man was arrested Thursday after a standoff that started after he allegedly threatened his girlfriend with a knife.
Wayzata HS Cancels Classes After Fire In Art Room
A fire in an art room at Wayzata High School prompted an evacuation Friday morning.
Police: Moped Driver Injured After Fleeing Officers, Crashing
Police in Cannon Falls say a moped driver is in the hospital after he fled an officer and crashed Thursday evening.
Twin Metals Updates Plan, Wants To Build Ore Processor Closer To BWCA
Twin Metals says its updated plan for an underground copper-nickel mine near Ely includes a 100-acre ore processing facility on the banks of Birch Lake, which puts it closer to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness than earlier planned.
Minn. Man Killed In Fiery North Dakota Crash ID’d
crash, generic, accident, damage, fatal, cracked windshieldAuthorities have identified a Minnesota man who died after the pickup and trailer he was operating were rear-ended by a semitrailer on Interstate 29 in northeastern North Dakota.
Fire Delays Burnsville District 191 Buses
District 191 reported their transportation provider's bus barn was within the vicinity of a pipeline fire.
Boaters Urged To Beware Of Cold Water Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend
Even with the upcoming weekend heat wave, Minnesotans still need to take caution of cold water conditions while boating for the first time this season.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Nursery In Minnesota
If you spend a little time in a greenhouse, you'll learn that there are a few parallels between people and plants.
What Movie Is The All-Time Box Office Champ?
It’s not even June yet and Hollywood blockbusters are already breaking records.
Storms Hit Twin Cities, Knock Down Trees & Power Lines
Severe storms raced across the Twin Cities Thursday night, causing downed trees and power lines both in the metro and west of the metro.
Police: 3 Men Rescued From Minnehaha Falls Spillway
Three men were rescued from a popular fishing spot near the Minnehaha Falls Thursday night in the midst of a severe thunderstorm.
Maya Moore ‘Wings’ Billboard Becomes Instant Hit
A Twin Cities billboard has struck a cord even though it was only up for one day.
Police: Black Bear Spotted Roaming Near Homes In Burnsville
Police in Burnsville are asking residents to be cautious as there has been a black bear spotted in the southeast area of the city.
Superintendent Responds To Assault, Complaint Minneapolis School Is A ‘Prison’
On Tuesday, Mohammed Dukuly was knocked to the ground, punched and kicked by 18-year-old student Corey Burfield.
Minnesotans Embrace 1st Day Of 90-Degree Heat Wave
It’s tough to believe that just five weeks ago the Ferris wheel at Betty Danger’s Country Club in Northeast Minneapolis was under snow and ice.
Couple Killed In Shoreview Crash Just Hours After Engagement
Two people have been confirmed dead in a rollover crash in Shoreview overnight.
Crews Making Progess Moving Massive Bog On North Long Lake
It looks like Mother Nature is giving up some ground in that battle with a stubborn floating bog in the Brainerd Lakes Area.
Lawmaker Describes 990-Page Vetoed Omnibus Bill As ‘Heap Of Garbage’
The dust is settling after Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the biggest bills of the 2018 Legislative session: the tax and budget bills.
Local Environmental Achievements Honored
The organization recognizes the individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities who've joined forces to create a better environment for all Minnesotans.
MnDOT Warns Memorial Day Drivers To Be Cautious In Work Zones
Memorial Day weekend is not only the first unofficial weekend of summer, but also among the deadliest times of the year for road accidents.
Man With Knife Shot By Sheriff’s Deputy In Crystal
One person is in the hospital after an officer-involved shooting in Crystal late Wednesday evening.
Minneapolis Set To Raise Tobacco Sale Age
Minneapolis's mayor is expected to sign an ordinance into law that would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21.
BCA: Pine County Woman Missing Since May 17
The Minnesota BCA has issued a missing person alert for a 30-year-old Brook Park woman.
DeRusha Eats: Steel Toe Brewing Winning Prestigious Awards & Expanding
It is always busy in the small, industrial suburban Minnesota office park that houses Steel Toe Brewing, with bombers to fill, kegs to prepare and cans to deliver.
Pedestrian Struck While Walking On 35W
Police said a 28-year-old man was trying to walk near Washington Avenue in Minneapolis when he was struck by a vehicle.
Iowa Man Pleads Guilty To Letting 7 Kids Live In Squalor
Court records say 34-year-old Jermaine Watson of Dubuque also pleaded guilty to four drug counts.
State Troopers Target Safety On I-90
The effort coincides with the start of the long Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best Bets
It's Thursday, so if you are working for this long holiday weekend, check out these things WCCO This Morning found to do in the Twin Cities!
1 Hospitalized After Fire At Home Care Facility In St. Louis Park
A fire broke out early Thursday morning at an assisted living apartment in St. Louis Park.
Does 1 Egg Per Day Keep Doctors Away?
A new study found eating one daily lowers your risk of heart disease. The advice about eggs has changed a lot over the years.
What’s The Reason For Rising Gas Prices?
Gas prices are rising, and on Wednesday Democrats said it's all President Donald Trump's fault.
Work Continues To Restore Husky Refinery 1 Month After Explosion
The sign outside Husky showing how many days the plant has worked safely remains blank.
U Of M Study: 75 Percent Of Homes Have 1 Broken Sprinkler
A University of Minnesota Extension study of homes with irrigation systems found 75 percent of them had at least one broken sprinkler.