He went to Las Vegas for his honeymoon, but ended up making news for what he did the night of a music festival massacre.
Taking a child to the dentist can be stressful enough, but one Twin Cities dentist is accused of doing unnecessary dental work on kids to cash in.
There is a push across Minnesota and the rest of the county in the month of October to find people with disabilities meaningful work.
La Belle Crepe announced last week it would close from construction losses but a meeting Thursday changed the owners’ mind.
A mechanic at the University of Minnesota is blowing the whistle after what he discovered in one building on campus.
More than 90 percent of Super Bowl volunteers are coming from Minnesota. You might be surprised how far some folks are willing to drive to be a part of it.
It claims United Healthcare denied mental health and substance abuse treatment coverage, violating insurance plans on a routine basis.
From Eden Prairie to Chanhassen, St. Paul to St. Cloud, investigators say the fentanyl-laced heroin Beverly Burrell sold killed five men in a matter of seven months.
Traffic congestion in downtown Minneapolis has some drivers placing the blame on bicyclists this summer.
A Twin Cities man says his plight to get a teaching license — after being a teacher for three years already — only underscores the need for a change.
Diagnosed with depression and anxiety, Pam Davidson calls Tony “the Wonder Pony” for what he’s done to turn her life around.
A Twin Cities P.E. teacher is starting the school year by sharing a personal health lesson of her own.
A Minnesota company, on the map for snowmobiles, is now making its mark with motorcycles.
Secretary of Education Betty DeVos spoke strong words Friday against the way college campuses have handled sexual assault allegations in the past.
The 55-year-old artist and holistic medicine believer had suffered a stroke but was give four doses of the opioid antidote.
In a plot that sounds like a movie, there is new hope in the years-long search for a missionary pilot once feared dead.
A Twin Cities woman is still recovering from serious injuries months after she fell on a sidewalk.
A fight in southeastern Minnesota is targeting Mayo Clinic and its plans to move some services miles away.
A Twin Cities psychiatrist, under the microscope following a WCCO Investigation, gave up his license to practice medicine.
Their lifesaving skills were put to the test in a way they never could have imagined when the 35W Bridge collapsed. Paramedics are now taking us back to that day in 2007.
They were the first rigs to respond to one of the worst man-made disasters in Minnesota history.
Parenting usually includes passing down financial knowledge to your kids. But one western Wisconsin family might get more money lessons than most.
She became the city’s first female and openly gay chief nearly five years ago, but her leadership has come under fire.
A tragic obituary went viral after a 14-year-old boy took his life this past spring. Now, a Stillwater family believes it’s time to fight back against the stigma and talk more about teen suicide, before it’s too late.
WCCO has found a new emergency is keeping Minneapolis firefighters busy and it has nothing to do with burning buildings.