Latest Minnesota Headlines

Brooklyn Park Woman Charged In Bank RobberiesA 39-year-old Brooklyn Park woman faces three criminal charges in connection with bank robberies in the Twin Cities.
Sheriff: 1 Dead In Western Wisconsin FireOne person was killed in a house fire Friday morning in western Wisconsin, according to the Polk County Sheriff's Office. Firefighters arrived at a residence on the 200 block of 90th Street in Bone Lake, near Luck, just before 9 a.m.
Minnesotans Head Outdoors Record-Setting #Top10WxDayIt's a #Top10WxDay in Minnesota, and that means parks and patios were full of people enjoying the record-setting heat.
2 Twin Cities Men Sentenced To 37 Years For Murder Of Elderly FarmerTwo Twin Cities men will each spend 37 years in prison for the death of a Carver County farmer. Earl Olander, 90, was beaten to death last April.
Reality Check: How Many Jobs Will The Democrats' Public Works Bill Create?Democratic leaders say a $1.5 billion public works bill could generate 40,000 jobs. The man who developed the formula they based that estimate on says otherwise.
Man Charged For Sexually Assaulting 7-Year-Old Girl In St. PaulA man has been arrested for allegedly abducting and sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl, according to St. Paul police.

Latest Sports Headlines

Jerry Kill Gets Roasted At Surprise Award EventJerry Kill is gone, but certainly not forgotten in these parts. The Minutemen presented him with a Man of the Year Award at a roast for him Friday.
Brian Dozier Out Of Lineup With Sore Right HamstringMinnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier is out of the lineup against the Chicago White Sox with a sore right hamstring.
Vikings Don't Have As Much Room As Usual For RookiesThe Minnesota Vikings have long prided themselves on a meticulous ability to fill out their roster with overlooked players from all kinds of places. This year, there probably won't be as many making the team.
Keidel: Charles Barkley’s Rough TakeCharles Barkley suggested the Atlanta Hawks get physical with the Cleveland Cavaliers to slow them down. And he's right.
Twins Send Down Murphy, Release O'Rouke, GrahamThe tumbling Minnesota Twins have sent struggling catcher John Ryan Murphy to Triple-A Rochester and designated relievers Ryan O'Rourke and J.R. Graham for release or assignment.
Vikings Sign 6 Draft Picks; Treadwell Still UnsignedThe Minnesota Vikings have signed six draft picks, leaving only one player in the class without a contract.

Best Of Minnesota

Vote: Where Is The Best Walleye Dinner In Minnesota?It's Minnesota's favorite fish -- but where is your favorite place to get it?
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Radish RecipesOne of the first things you'll see grown locally at your farmers market, radishes! What to do? Dara has a top 5 for your spring plates!
Best Gift For Newly Graduated StudentsGraduations may happen a few times over a person's life, but each and every one of them is a milestone, one that marks a big transition in a child's life as they grow older. It's also an opportunity to honor that moment, and show how proud you are of them, with a gift.
Best Open Mic Comedy Shows In MinnesotaPerform, kick back and laugh, or both at these fantastic local Open Mic shows.
Best Books To Give Mom For Mother's DayFrom memoir, to fiction, to poetry, to essays, these books are sure to please new and veteran mothers alike.
Weekend Guide To The Kentucky DerbyPut on your finest, brightly colored outfits and your large hats and make plans to spend time at the Kentucky Derby this spring.

WCCO Features

'Louder Than Bombs' Reviewed"Louder than Bombs", the first English-language feature from Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier, is a moving and kaleidoscopic exploration of a family fractured by loss, probing how a father and his two sons are coping with life after the death of their famous yet mysterious mother.
Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This Weekend (Mother's Day Edition)From a jazz event celebrating women to a traditional symphony orchestra concert, this week's "4 Shows To See" has what you need for Mother's Day-related shows.
Prep Blog: This Weekend's Top Prep Match-UpsThe sun is expected to be out for most of the weekend, so the hectic spring sports schedule will continue with several big events and top match-ups on Friday and Saturday.
Tap Talk: Pints & Pups Returns At Boom IslandDog owners and lovers alike know that dogs are man's best friend. And what better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than enjoying a beer with your bestie! On Saturday, May 14 head on down to Boom Island Brewing Company with your four-legged friend to enjoy Pints & Pups.
Bite Of Minnesota: Sprouted Mung BeansEver since I got back from Arizona, I've been on a project kick. First, it was the preserved lemons, then grapefruit marmalade, candied grapefruit peels, grapefruit cleaning spray, lemon salt, and really, anything citrus related.
Wander Minnesota: The Kickoff Of Festival SeasonAs we move toward the prime festival months of summer, spring ushers in many festivals, including lots of outdoor activities.

More From WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Batting Practice Buddies
The Leaderboard

Listen Live