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.
Minnesota’s top Democrats are calling President Donald Trump’s health care plan an attack on the states most vulnerable.
The meth epidemic took the state by storm a decade ago but recent numbers show a troubling trend.
A young girl slipping at Mall of America has led to a lawsuit and a call for better cleanup procedures.
A grandmother dies in Northern Minnesota less than a quarter mile from the Canadian border. The story made news around the world last month and only highlights a skyrocketing trend among immigrant populations seeking protection up north.
Demonstrators plan to rally at the Minnesota State Capitol after a verdict was reached in the trial of the St. Anthony police officer who fatally shot Philando Castile.
Officer Jeronimo Yanez is being represented by a team of three attorneys in his manslaughter trial. They are seasoned professionals in the courtroom who the officer won’t directly pay for.
For anyone working or trying to run a business, it’s the construction project that won’t end.
WCCO looked into a troubling trend police departments are training to handle.
The head of sports ticket sales at the University of Minnesota has been fired, accused of stealing from the school.
One of the few places in the country developing new treatments for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease is in the Twin Cities.
A Twin Cities family wants answers after they believe a psychiatrist went too far in prescribing medications to their son and brother.
A Twin Cities man says he was not planning an attack when police allegedly found a weapons arsenal in a car.
Navy Fireman 3rd Class Glaydon I.C. Iverson’s remains were buried for more than 74 years at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.
Vitamin D is one of the body’s main building blocks — and Minnesotans are not getting enough of it.
Just under a month after a Big Lake trap team’s photo was banned from the high school yearbook, another high school yearbook photo is making news.
It was supposed to be a surprise from a Minnesota Marine to his sister on graduation day, but a school district won’t allow it.