It was one of the greatest World Series ever played, if not the greatest. It was truly something special when the Minnesota Twins and the Atlanta Braves met 25 years ago.
As temperatures rise, both work and play could be uncomfortable this week. “We are in a little bit over our heads but we are trying to keep up,” said Melissa Holum of Minneapolis.
Here in the Twin Cities, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign focused on education. On Monday evening, Clinton spoke to members of the American Federation of Teachers at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Imagine a piece of land with nothing, turned into a little bit of everything by the hands of a strong yet eccentric Norwegian.
One of the turning points in World War II was when the Doolittle Raiders bombed Tokyo. The courageous and dangerous mission happened after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
New Minneapolis superintendent Ed Graff has been on the job for two weeks now, and sat down with WCCO for a one-on-one interview Friday afternoon.
Law enforcement officers are worried the quest to find Pokemon characters is creating safety concerns.
In a couple of months, Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska will be the site of the Ryder Cup. It’s not the first time the course has held a major golf event.
If you happen upon the intersection of County Road 6 and Fremont Store Road in Winona County, you may want to just stick around for a while.
Last weekend, homeowners on Pleasant Street in Lauderdale noticed that a neighbor was flying a Nazi Swastika in his backyard.
Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union made headlines worldwide. That got us wondering — what is the European Union, and how does it affect us? Good Question.
It’s Friday, so that means WCCO’s John Lauritsen is answering some of your Good Questions. This weeks questions are about thunder, soda pop and snoring.
A day-long gun control protest in the United States House is over. After more than 25 hours on the floor, Democrats ended their sit-in Thursday afternoon.
Summer vacation means plenty of cross-country road trips. After a few summers, the miles definitely add up. So for how long should our vehicles run? Good Question.
It’s Friday, so we are answering some of your Good Questions from the past week!
There is no law currently that prevents people on terror watch lists from buying firearms. Gun advocates argue a law like that would deny due process to people who may be wrongly placed on the terror list.
Your credit score plays a role in so many things; from buying a home to getting a student loan. It even plays a role in getting car insurance. And it affects millions of consumers.
With ISIS and other terror groups using the web to spread their message, why can’t we block terror groups from the Internet? Good Question.
“You’ve got the best actors, the best directors. You can hear your audience breathing. You can feel their response. And there’s nothing like it.”
Aaron Rodgers may be a Pro Bowl quarterback in Dairlyand, but his dietary decisions are not going over well with cheeseheads. Rodgers announced Tuesday that he has cut dairy from his diet.
Doctors have reported an uptick in strep throat and other illnesses. So can a change in seasons make us sick? Good Question.
Every Friday, WCCO answers some of the Good Questions we couldn’t get to during the week. This week, John Lauritsen talks Army vs. Marines, delegate numbers and squirrels.
From our homes and offices to coffee shops and stores our phones and devices seem to simply link up to the Internet through the air.
A Pennsylvania woman became the first person in the United States to contract a rare type of superbug last week. It is a form of E. coli resistant to even the strongest antibiotics.
The gorilla killed at the Cincinnati Zoo was part of an endangered species. There are fewer than 200,000 western lowland gorillas alive today.