Latest Minnesota Headlines

MN Watchdog Group Calls On Public To Fight Anti-Muslim BigotryExecutive Director Jaylani Hussein says there have been two incidents in the last week of Muslim women being followed in Minnesota.
Boy Battling Cancer At Mayo Reunited With Lost Teddy BearAiden Remme has brain cancer and has never undergone a scan or surgery without his stuffed animal.
Police Seek Suspect In Burnsville Bank RobberyPolice in Burnsville are asking the public's help in finding a suspect involved in a bank robbery.
Cancer Comes Down Luck More Often Than Not, Study FindsAccording to a study published in Science Magazine, two-thirds of cancer is completely random.
Mpls. City Council Passes Section 8 Housing OrdinanceThe Minneapolis City Council on Friday unanimously passed a city ordinance that aims to combat discrimination when it comes to housing.
Sheriff's Office: Man, 49, Dead After Car Strikes TreeA man is dead after his car struck a tree west of the metro Thursday night.

Latest Sports Headlines

Report: Robison, Vikings Agree To Contract ExtensionThe Minnesota Vikings and defensive end Brian Robison have agreed to a contract extension, according to ESPN.
No, WWE Is Not Buying Ring Of HonorRing of Honor will not become part of WWE, according to informed sources, despite rumors on anniversary of WWE's WCW acquisition.
Wild Blog: Wild Look Flat, Fall To Flyers 3-1The Minnesota Wild had a chance Thursday night to clinch a playoff berth with a victory over the Philadelphia Flyers. Fresh off a 3-2 win over San Jose on Tuesday, you would figure the Wild would come out & play inspired hockey. You would be wrong.
Deafness Never Holds Back St. Thomas Academy Basketball PlayerEddie Perry is a senior, and a starter, and the Cadets' defensive stopper always assigned with guarding the other team's best player.
Wild Fall To Flyers 3-1 For 6th Loss In 7 GamesMatt Read scored the tiebreaking goal in the second period, Steve Mason stopped 24 shots and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Minnesota Wild 3-1 Thursday night.
NCAA Tournament Results And Conference PerceptionWas the Big Ten underrated? The ACC overrated? Comparing conferences come NCAA Tournament time is complicated.

Latest Videos

Tap Talk: CraftappedCraftapped is a subscription-based service that aims to offer incentives for customers and for businesses. For $10 a month users get 10 free beers, and each month the freebies (and price) repeats, Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (3:21). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 24, 2017
9 A.M. Weather ReportRain has moved down to southern Minnesota and is giving Rochester a good soaking. However, by late afternoon the showers will have moved out of the area, Kylie Bearse reports (2:20). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 24, 2017
Nordic Waffles Cooks Up A Savory, Sweet WafflesTo gear up for celebrating International Waffle Day, WCCO is taking recipes from the cookbook "We Love Waffles," Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (3:51). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 24, 2017
Minnesota Actor Shares Experience Working On 'Wilson'Minnestoa actor Paul Cram talks about working on the new film "Wilson," which was filmed in Minnesota and stars Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern, Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (4:03). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 24, 2017

WCCO Features

MNfusion: Lakewinds, The Good Acre Launch 'Maker To Market' For 4 Local Food ProducersFaced with the problem of connecting food makers to retailers, and each other, Lakewinds Food Co-op stepped in. Together with The Good Acre, Lakewinds Food Co-op launched the Maker-to-Market incubator program in 2017.
Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This WeekendFrom hip hop to heavy thrash metal, this week’s 4-show lineup includes a healthy amount of new music release parties as well as a nice early show Sunday afternoon. Check them out below.
Prep Blog: State Basketball Tournament Features Several Division I RecruitsThis week's Boys State Basketball Tournament features several future Division I players.
MNfusion: St. Paul Artist Launches Sensory Exhibit 'I Am' In LowertownThe newest series to open at The Show Gallery in St. Paul's Lowertown neighborhood is a showcase featuring works of art that will stimulate all five senses. Kristi Abbott's "I Am" series opens on March 31.
Wander Minnesota: The Minnesota State Capitol BuildingThe Minnesota State Capitol, designed by Cass Gilbert, first opened in 1905. Since that time, millions of people – lawmakers and visitors – have poured through its doors. Over a hundred years after its opening, it was (not surprisingly) badly in need of restoration.
MNfusion: Mexican-Asian Fusion Restaurant Avenida Introduces New Menu ItemsFirst it was bacon. Next, cupcakes. Then, ramen. Now, could it be Peruvian? Avenida is hoping so.

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Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Lime RecipesIt's officially the hardest time of year to get fresh produce. What’s a bored cook to do? Dara says get some limes and go nuts!
MNfusion: Lakewinds, The Good Acre Launch 'Maker To Market' For 4 Local Food ProducersFaced with the problem of connecting food makers to retailers, and each other, Lakewinds Food Co-op stepped in. Together with The Good Acre, Lakewinds Food Co-op launched the Maker-to-Market incubator program in 2017.
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MNfusion: St. Paul Artist Launches Sensory Exhibit 'I Am' In LowertownThe newest series to open at The Show Gallery in St. Paul's Lowertown neighborhood is a showcase featuring works of art that will stimulate all five senses. Kristi Abbott's "I Am" series opens on March 31.

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