Paisley Park, the private estate and studio complex of the late rock superstar Prince, will open for public tours starting Oct. 6.
Dozens of homeowners in Washington County are being told not to drink their well water.
The Minnesota Lynx have won three WNBA titles and now some of their players can add a gold medal to their resume.
You may have noticed that your grocery bill has been a little cheaper lately. A number of meat and dairy products are at, or near, two-year lows.
It has been three years since we have seen event parking where the Metrodome used to be, and U.S. Bank Stadium now stands.
Someone used chalk to write messages on the Minneapolis Police Federation parking lot, and the union’s president offered a steak dinner to the officers who find the vandals.
For many of us, trying to find a quick route around it means relying on our cell phones to get us where we need to go.
During summer vacation kids get away from school, but ice cream truck vendors are still doing their homework.
The Ryder Cup is one of golf’s most historic competitions,with American and European teams facing off.
After decades in business, some popular restaurants around the University of Minnesota will be closing their doors.
The weather should be perfect for the Junior Wheelchair World Series this weekend. It began Friday at Todd Anderson Field in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
A pizza delivery driver returned to his workplace Thursday — less than two weeks after he was shot in the heart.
Seventeen of the U.S. athletes who will be competing are from Minnesota, but most of them aren’t getting paid to participate on the world stage.
Donald Trump has come under fire for comments he made about the family of a fallen Muslim-American soldier.Captain Humayan Khan was killed by a suicide bomber in Iraq in 2004. The Trump-Khan controversy has shed light on how diverse our military is. So who serves in our Armed Forces? Good Question.
For a group of seniors in northern Minnesota, retirement means the beginning of making beautiful music together.
Police say a 14-year-old Wisconsin girl was trying to make what she called her “first kill” when she attacked her brother’s girlfriend.
But a year later, the person responsible for killing Spiller has not been brought to justice and leads have dried up.
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.