DHS Sees Oversight Changes Following Audit On Court MonitorA 6-month audit of a federal court monitor who charged the state more than a million dollars in expenses is complete.
Charges: Mpls. Man Accused Of Raping 10-Year-Old GirlA Minneapolis man is accused of raping a 10-year-old girl over the weekend in the hallway of a Cedar-Riverside neighborhood apartment complex.
Lack Of Transportation Keeps St. Paul Schools From Later Start TimesThe push for a later start time for St. Paul High Schools has hit another road block. This time around the main setback is transportation.
Excellent Educator: Karen Pappas At Four Seasons A+ ElementaryThere are a lot of people who love Mrs. Karen Pappas at Four Season A + Elementary in St. Paul. For nearly three decades she has cared deeply about each one of her 1st grade students.
Group Works To Keep Disability Lawsuits From Bankrupting Small BusinessesAction is being taken to stop an attorney suing small businesses around Minnesota. The suits claim discrimination against people with disabilities, But experts close to the cases claim the attorney seeks a payday through a settlement.
Meet The Co-Founder Of Minnesotans' Military Appreciation FundThe Minnesotans' Military Appreciation Fund is a charity unlike any other in the country that awards money to veterans. The MMAF has awarded millions over the past decade to combat vets who are native Minnesotans. Depending on injury or loss, they get checks ranging from $500 to $10,000.
Good Question: How Do Insurance Companies Decide Who's In-Network?Starting next year, Walgreens will no longer be an in-network pharmacy for people with HealthPartners insurance. So how do insurance companies decide who's in-network? Good Question.
Jordan Candy Store's Sign Causes Social Media UproarA popular Minnesota candy store took some heat for putting up a sign that some thought was offensive towards Black Lives Matter. Minnesota's Largest Candy Store, located near Jordan on Highway 169, put up a sign that read, "Join the Movement." Below it read, "#caramelapplesmatter."
Seward Community Co-Op Opens Second Location In Underserved NeighborhoodA local co-op is expanding to bring fresh food to an area that's without a neighborhood grocery store. The Seward Community Co-Op is opening its second location tonight in the Bryant-Central Neighborhood in South Minneapolis.
Red Wing Calls For Attacks On Police To Be Considered Hate CrimesThe city of Red Wing is the first in the state and the second in the nation to pass a resolution designed to protect police officers from harm. The resolution calls for anyone who hurts a police officer to be charged with a hate crime.
Military Organization Helps Vet After Devastating House FireCombat veterans in our state have access to a program unlike any other in the nation. The Minnesota Military Appreciation Fund is a group WCCO has been reporting on over the past few weeks.
Veterans, Military Families Get Much-Deserved Boost From MMAFWCCO is sharing the stories of Minnesota veterans and their families who are benefiting from the generosity of a group called the Minnesotan's Military Appreciation Fund. The MMAF gives checks to every recent combat vet from Minnesota and to families who lost their loved ones at war. Some vets receive anywhere from $500 to $10,000, depending on injuries.