There was a little comedy in the hearing room when U.S. Senator Al Franken questioned former Texas Governor Rick Perry at the Governor’s confirmation hearing to be Energy Secretary.
A letter is going home to parents of kids at 10 east side St. Paul schools following a nearby shooting late Thursday morning.
The newest grocery chain to come to the Twin Cities, Hy-Vee, is already making a name for itself in the fight to end food waste.
In this episode of Not the News, WCCO’s Laura Oakes gets an inside look at this crazy world of youth sports from a guy who is living it.
Dreading that Thanksgiving family time because you fear a nasty conversation over the presidential election? You aren’t alone.
Some touching revelations here, and some pretty funny stories of life with Sid you’ll never forget.
Check out any liquor store and you’ll see the craft beer craze is showing no sign of slowing down.
WCCO’s Laura Oakes talks with local minimalist Amy Blank, who wouldn’t live any other way.
A proposed rapid-transit bus line on I-35W linking Burnsville to downtown Minneapolis survives another day.
Does your teen come alive late at night just as you’re winding down? Join the club. The science is there.
The median sales price reached an all-time high of $242,000, surpassing the record set 10 years ago in June 2006.
Have you ever wanted to throw caution to the wind, quit your comfortable, yet maybe uninspiring job, and create the job of your dreams?
Parenting is challenging enough, and no one’s family life is even remotely similar to those perfectly-curated posts you may see on social media.
Macalester College grad Tyler Skluzacek’s “MyBivy” app recently took first place at a coding competition in Washington DC.
The severity of stuttering ran the gamut at a recent National Stuttering Association Twin Cities chapter meeting.
A local vegan butcher shop had the honor of serving dinner to Sir Paul McCartney before his concert in Minneapolis last night.
Minnesota Congressman Tom Emmer is making a push to help small banks and credit unions in Minnesota. Emmer said the state has lost a quarter of them since the Dodd-Frank Act went into effect after the Great Recession.
The Twins have had their eye on the South Korean slugger since high school, and judging by his recent 462-foot blast to center field, their instincts were right.
St. Paul police are looking for suspects after a large amount of prescription drugs were taken from a Walgreens on Monday.
One man is dead and another is in custody following a fatal crash on the border of Apple Valley and Lakeville during the rush hour Friday morning. Lakeville police say the crash happened at about 8:30 a.m. on 160th Street and Cedar Avenue.
The new Minneapolis parking app appears to be going gangbusters.
Flying nonstop from Minneapolis to Cuba? It’s now possible. That’s if the federal government approves a request from Sun Country Airlines.
It’s not as though many of us have a closet-full of feathered gowns for special occasions. So just why do we care what the movie stars will be wearing on the red carpet at this weekend’s Oscars? You may be surprised.
Local real estate analysts are keeping a close eye on the highly-anticipated spring housing market. The spring market begins to hit its stride in March and this year is expected to be no different.
Patty and Jerry Wetterling spent a tough Wednesday marking their missing son’s 38th birthday. Jacob Wetterling was kidnapped in 1989 while biking home with his brother and a friend in his hometown of St. Joseph.