How Can Consumers Tell Where Their Fruits & Vegetables Come From?An E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce has now sickened more than 60 people across the country.
Opioid Crisis: On The Front Lines With Hennepin EMSWCCO's Jennifer Mayerle and photojournalist Grant Verdon spent a full shift with Hennepin EMS paramedics, who respond to overdoses on a regular basis.
100-Year-Old St. Paul School Facing Closure Starts Fundraising CampaignA St. Paul school, started by German immigrants more than 100 years ago, could soon be forced to close.
Amid E. Coli Fears, Americans Told To Toss Romaine LettuceSo far, the outbreak has infected 53 people in 16 states. At least 31 have been hospitalized, including five with kidney failure.
Top 10 Travel-Booking Mistakes Tourists MakeThe travel booking app Hopper has released its top 10 booking mistakes that people make.
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Up For USA Today AwardThey are hoping to defend the title they won last year. The Arboretum is also celebrating its 60th anniversary.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links (April 21)Celebrate the life and legacy of Prince, support your local record store, and more!
Paisley Park Celebrates Prince With 4-Day Event; Gov. Declares Saturday ‘Prince Day’Paisley Park on Thursday kicked off a four-day musical event celebrating the life of Prince, who passed away two years ago. Meanwhile, Gov. Mark Dayton has declared Saturday ‘Prince Day’ in Minnesota.
Meet Scooter, Our Pet Guest Of The Week!Scooter is a 5-year-old Dachshund mix with plenty of energy.
Judge Rules Wetterling Files Should Be Released To PublicThe ruling comes as the legal battle between the Wetterlings and several Twin Cities media companies continues.