They are not the crimes that get the most attention, but police say they often lead to much more dangerous activities.
With the wind chill well below zero on Saturday night, it was not the noise Eric Thill wanted to hear.
“All of the sudden it hit me — ‘Oh my god, it’s the baby my parents found,'” Bobbi Fischbein said.
United States Attorney Andy Luger calls them corrupt lawyers who abused the court system they took an oath to protect.
Details about a federal review of the St. Anthony Police Department by the Department of Justice are expected to be released Thursday afternoon.
Colleges and universities follow a different evidence standard than a criminal prosecution.
It is one of the most popular Christmas stories, dating back more than a century — but there’s a Minnesota connection that not many know.
The St. Paul commission that reviews complaints against police will soon not have any officers weighing in on those decisions.
With the help of the Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center, WCCO tracked the phone usage of three teenagers.
More Minnesotans will soon have access to medical marijuana.
Beginning on Black Friday, more than 30 Twin Cities law enforcement agencies will launch “Operation Blitz.”
Two Minnesota men will file civil rights lawsuits against the sheriff’s office that led the investigation into Jacob Wetterling’s kidnapping.
A Minnesota jury has ruled against a man who sued two media organizations over news stories that named him as a suspect in the killing of a police officer.
An innocent man says his battle against the agency he blames for ruining his reputation is only just beginning.
A man once considered a person of interest in the abduction of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling is seeking property that investigators took when they searched his family’s farm in 2010.
Tammy Makram started searching for answers when she became a mother herself. Her quest led her to a new family and a set of circumstances she never could have imagined.
If you’ve noticed more people begging for money outside of Minneapolis and St. Paul, you’re not alone.
It might sound like a bad dream, eating in your sleep with no memory of it the next day. Jason Carney wasn’t taking sleeping pills, yet would wake up multiple times a night in search of food.
The 75-year-old woman who was struck in a Hopkins hit-and-run earlier this week has died. According to the Hopkins Police Department, the accident occurred around 6 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Main Street and 17th Avenue.
For nearly two years, WCCO has been documenting a retired Stillwater doctor’s diagnosis of the earliest detectable stages of Alzheimer’s.
Minneapolis officials announced Thursday that the two officers involved in Jamar Clark’s shooting death will be returning to work.
A memorial will now mark one of Minnesota’s most notorious unsolved crimes.
The Amber Alert in August captivated the state, a little girl gone from her home in central Minnesota.
Investigators believe a Marine is the fourth man to die from the same drug dealer’s deadly batch of heroin.
A Minnesota woman calls it the untold story in the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal. Jeanie Hansen says a priest beat and raped her when she went to college in Winona.