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.
A judge has ruled against a motion by two of the three men convicted on terror charges last month.
One of the most closely watched races in the entire nation is in Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District, where incumbent Congressman Erik Paulsen faces stiff competition from State Sen. Terri Bonoff.
The overuse of antibiotics is leading to the development of new strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria. The Centers for Disease Control estimates 23,000 deaths and 2 million illnesses are caused by strains of antibiotic bacteria each year.
The effort to settle Prince’s estate is getting messier by the minute. The entertainment superstar died two months ago without a will.
Some 3,000 sheriffs and sheriff’s deputies are in Minneapolis for the National Sheriffs’ Association Convention.
The Minnesota State Fair has unveiled their list of 32 new foods, and for the first time in recent memory, there are no new vendors at the Fair.
On day two of the Allina nurses strike, there are two very different versions of the impact on patient care.
A week after the massacre in Orlando, the organizers of the Twin Cities Pride Festival are working hard to make sure the festival here is safe for the 1.5 million people expected to attend.
The State Patrol is asking for the public’s help in solving a hit-and-run crash near Lake Mille Lacs Friday night that killed a 10-year-old girl.
The FBI’s open-then-closed investigation into Omar Mateen’s history raises the question: How many other home-grown terrorists are being investigated, and how many are still a threat that may have dropped off the radar?
The Showy Lady’s Slipper is Minnesota’s state flower, and it’s against the law to pick it without permission from the landowner.
Through a spokesperson, Gov. Mark Dayton said again Sunday that he will veto a major tax cut bill this week unless Republicans agree to his conditions for a special season.
A jury has found three Minneapolis men guilty of trying to join ISIS. United States Attorney Andy Luger says they were not wayward kids who were misled by a friend: they made a deliberate decision to join the terrorist organization.
Jury deliberations are expected to begin soon in the federal trial of three Minnesota men accused of plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
The federal trial of three young men accused of conspiring to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group is winding down in Minnesota.