The assessments from a German terror expert for six convicted Minnesota terror defendants are being watched carefully by top officials across the country.
There was an unprecedented hearing in Minneapolis federal court Tuesday, focusing on trying to provide alternative sentencing to six young Minnesota men convicted of trying to help ISIS.
A top community leader who has been working with the family of St. Cloud mall stabbing suspect Dahir Adan says Adan was at the mall to pick up an iPhone.
Despite being told they were wrong by law enforcement, sexual assault survivor Jared Scheierl and blogger Joy Baker never gave up.
One week after Jacob Wetterling’s killer confessed in court, we’re hearing from a blogger and a survivor who Patty Wetterling went out of her way to thank.
A man who was a both a victim and hero is in the spotlight two days after Danny Heinrich admitted to the murder of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling.
Legal experts say this kind of a plea deal in such a notorious murder case is unprecedented, and would only happen with the full support of the Wetterling family.
It has been just over 24 hours since the Minnesota Vikings announced quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was out for the season with a severe injury knee.
Under a new law that went into effect Aug. 1, all incoming college freshmen in Minnesota must undergo sexual assault training.
While Donald Trump does have an active campaign in Minnesota, Hillary Clinton’s campaign has been more active.
With Donald Trump’s poll numbers continuing to drop, some of his supporters worry he may be running out of time to turn his campaign around.
A Twin Cities ski hill is getting ready to install four acres of an Italian-made artificial ski surface that they say will have skiers and snowboarders on their slopes in September.
People looking for Election Day excitement in Minnesota will find it — but it takes some hunting.
A new Washington Post /ABC News poll out Sunday shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 50 to 42 percent nationally.
St. Paul police are warning pet owners to check their yards after poisoned dog treats were found by homeowners last month.
A group of strangers united in St. Paul Tuesday night to stop a suicidal woman from jumping off an overpass and onto a freeway.
A new report on traffic congestion in the Twin Cities shows it’s on the rise.
The beginning of August means there are a bunch of new laws going into effect in the state, including one that raises the minimum wage.
One of the big questions at this week’s Democratic convention is whether Hillary Clinton will be able to harness the support and enthusiasm of Bernie Sanders supporters.
WCCO-TV has learned that a long-scheduled hearing in the civil case against the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul could result in a historic settlement in the criminal case.
Monday is the start of the Republican National Convention where Donald Trump will officially be named the Republican nominee.
The attorney for the family of Philando Castile — Glenda Hatchett — says he did in fact have a valid permit to carry a gun.
A man accused of throwing rocks and construction debris at officers during a protest Saturday night is Philando Castile’s cousin.
Following a week that brought a parade of images of violent deaths and clashes between police and protesters, there is a question on parents’ minds: How do we talk to our children about the shootings that happened here in Minnesota, Texas and Louisiana?
The FBI won’t recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server while secretary of state, agency Director James Comey said Tuesday, lifting a major legal threat to her presidential campaign.