An 11-year-old found the money at the Vadnais Heights Target earlier this week, and what he decided to do with it has made his family proud.
WCCO has learned new details about the hours leading up to the kidnapping of Alayna Ertl.
Residents of a central Minnesota community are remembering a young girl after an unimaginable past few days.
Minnesota could have more triple digit temperature days in the future, if we don’t curb greenhouse gas emissions. That’s according to a study by a research group called Climate Central.
Airstrikes and ground forces are not the only way to fight the war on ISIS.
Preparations got underway on Monday for back to back shows at U.S. Bank Stadium. First up is Luke Bryan’s “Kill the Lights” tour on Friday, followed by Metallica on Saturday.
Surveillance cameras caught a thief in the act in St. Anthony Park.
Thieves struck a popular Robbinsdale restaurant, leaving the spot without air conditioning in the thick of summer.
A World War II veteran from Richfield will celebrate a special milestone this weekend.
A delegation from China traveled to the Twin Cities to learn from Xcel Energy. The utility company’s crews do daily maintenance on power lines, and often people at home are none the wiser.
WCCO took a hard look at warnings and citations given by the St. Anthony Police Department. They police St. Anthony, Falcon Heights and Lauderdale, where the population is roughly 79 percent white, 6 percent black.
A lawsuit was filed on behalf of people with disabilities who say they should be able to choose where they live.
It’s one of the most universal recommendations in all of public health: Floss daily to prevent gum disease and cavities. Except there’s little proof that flossing works.
The family of a mother who drowned in Lake Minnetonka over the weekend calls it an accident that could have been prevented. Thirty-five-year-old Nitaya Keodouangdy was partying on a pontoon with friends Saturday night. She fell in to Crystal Bay. Hennepin County Sheriff’s Deputies recovered her body early Sunday morning.
A Medal of Honor recipient met with teachers in Minneapolis on Monday to develop an elementary school program.
An attorney in Minnesota is calling on Pope Francis to take action after documents released Wednesday show that, in his words, a “classic cover up” took place in the Twin Cities archdiocese, involving the former archbishop and top Vatican officials.
Officers on the North Side are going through training this week. Downtown officers already have them.
Melanoma is the most often talked about type of skin cancer, and it can be fatal, but basal cell carcinoma is the most common kind.
WCCO looked at how Minnesota police departments use body cameras and what it means for the public.
“I have a voice.” It’s the message a group of teens are sharing after the police shooting death of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights last week.
The head of the Minneapolis police union says that officers will return to provide security at the Minnesota Lynx’s Friday night game.
Students who got to know Philando Castile during his time working at a St. Paul School also remembered him on Thursday.
Over 40 people were arrested after a protest shut down southbound Interstate 35W near University Avenue Wednesday morning.
The city of St. Anthony has released statistics for warnings, citations and arrests in the cities the department polices.
In a small room in St. Paul, Rev. Jesse Jackson met with Diamond Reynolds, Governor Mark Dayton, Lt. Governor Tina Smith and faith leaders.