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Minneapolis Listed As One Of America’s Most Dangerous CitiesFollowing the FBI’s release of 2015 crime statistics earlier this week, Minneapolis was named one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S.
DeRusha Eats: Spitz In Northeast MinneapolisThe fastest growing sector of the restaurant business is fast-casual: entrepreneurs trying to become the next Five Guys or Chipotle. A Twin Cities accountant and financial analyst is hoping he's onto something with Spitz.
Clinton Campaigns In Iowa As Early Voting Kicks OffWith early voting poised to play a bigger role in this year's election, Hillary Clinton was urging voters in Iowa to start casting ballots on Thursday, more than five weeks before Election Day.
Some Cedar Rapids Residents Allowed To Return As River RecedesAuthorities are allowing some residents to return to their homes and other properties in Cedar Rapids' flood evacuation zone.
OPEC Deal To Cut Oil Production Could Lead To Higher Gas PricesGas prices could be increasing in the next few days. OPEC nations have reached a preliminary deal to cut oil production for the first time in eight years.
Allina, Nurses Return To Bargaining Table For 3rd DayMore talks are planned between Allina Health representatives and union nurses, following two days of negotiations. Allina Health and the Minnesota Nurses Association met again Wednesday for negotiations, before calling it for the night.

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A Look Back At 5 Key Swings From Ryder Cup HistoryMomentum means everything at the Ryder Cup. Shot to shot, match to match, even era to era, it's swung back and forth between the United States and Europe, sometimes at a glacial pace and occasionally with head-turning speed.
Road To The Ryder Cup: Tom Lehman's Ryder Cup MemoriesMinnesota native Tom Lehman has both played in Ryder Cups and captained a team. This year, he's a vice-captain at Hazeltine.
Lynx Open Semifinals With 113-93 Win Over MercuryCoach Cheryl Reeve and the Minnesota Lynx were not leaving any doubt: nearly two weeks between games was beneficial for the defending WNBA champions.
Ryder Cup Players On The Importance Of CaddiesYou know the names headlining the Ryder Cup: Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy. Some of the names we are not as familiar with are on the course with the golfers, and their job is just as important.
Twins Fall To Royals 5-2 For 102nd Loss, Most Since 1961Taylor Rogers, the fourth of five Twins pitchers, took the loss after allowing three runs, three hits and two walks.
At 46, Phil Mickelson Is No Ryder Cup RookieThe passion runs deep for the oldest player on the Ryder Cup's 2016 USA team; a player who remains the gallery's favorite.

Latest Videos

City Girl Coffee Celebrates Nat’l Coffee DayAlyza Bohbot from City Girl Coffee is brewing up something special just for National Coffee Day, Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (3:26). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 29, 2016
Celebrate Fall At Afton AlpsPam Hoye brought some vintage skiwear, as well as new items, Minnesotans can sport this winter out on the slopes, Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (3:33). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 29, 2016
Busy Thursday Schedule Planned At HazeltineBoth the U.S. and European teams are practicing at the Hazeltine Golf Club Thursday in preparation for their match. Ali Lucia talks with golf course superintendent Chris Tritabaugh (2:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - September 29, 2016
Get 'Fired Up For Fall' With Bachman'sKylie Bearse and Jason DeRusha get some fall tips for outdoor decorations from Karen Bachman-Thull (3:08). WCCO Mid-Morning - September 29, 2016

WCCO Features

MNfusion: Theater Latte Da's 'Ragtime' Brings 1900's To Modern DayFor some, history is obsolete. Often, younger generations fail to see how people of the past relate to their lives.
Tap Talk: Northgate Brewing, Tin Whiskers Brew-Off At Moto-IIt's that time of year again. Colors are changing, leaves are falling, temperatures are dropping and two Twin Cities brewers are preparing for the next brew-off.
MNfusion: 'Rummage' Brings Local Beer, Music & Wares To ForefrontMinnesotans love to talk about how much they love Minnesota. And, they love to support local Minnesota businesses. Now, a new event is taking that to the next level by bringing together local beer, bands, food and shops in the home of all things Minnesota – the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Wander Minnesota: Dining Near the Ryder CupThe Ryder Cup is set to take place at the Hazletine National Golf Clubin Chaska starting this week in Chaska. If you're heading out to watch some or all of it, here are some suggestions for places to eat in the surrounding area that won't involve national chains.
Mike's Mix: Smoked High West Old FashionedMaking spirits, wine and beer takes a team of people. But usually, there is only one person responsible for the flavor.
Bite Of Minnesota: Chinese 5-Spice Chicken With Roasted Figs & OnionsLast year I tried a box from HelloFresh and found an amazing combination of flavors with Chinese 5-Spice rubbed chicken, figs, and pan sauce. I vowed to make it again and it was a success.

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Tap Talk: Northgate Brewing, Tin Whiskers Brew-Off At Moto-IIt's that time of year again. Colors are changing, leaves are falling, temperatures are dropping and two Twin Cities brewers are preparing for the next brew-off.
'Ramen Attack' Is One Delicious FundraiserMore and more Twin Cities restaurants are making their own "artisan" ramen, and one of the first was Zen Box in Minneapolis.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Arcade In MinnesotaFrom pinball to Pac-Man, arcades are making a comeback. You will find the new Up-Down Minneapolis arcade bar in Uptown. There, the present looks a lot like the past.
MNfusion: Theater Was Certainly At Play During The 2016 Ivey AwardsOn a beautiful, late summer evening, Minneapolitans and St. Paulites dressed in their finest and came together to celebrate their thriving arts community at the 2016 Ivey Awards.

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