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.
A Twin Cities man says his wife would not be alive today if it were not for a 911 dispatcher’s detailed instructions.
There are new questions about why a Minnesota credit-repair company got a fresh start, when it could be facing more money trouble.
Thursday is National Coffee Day, which made us wonder: how much of it do we really drink?
Two people were given life-saving awards from the state of Minnesota after saving a woman who was mangled by a boat propeller on Rice Lake.
Between their cars and garages, dozens of renters were drying out Thursday at the Springbrook Apartments in Fridley, which got about nine inches of rain overnight in less than five hours.
Two years since his murder, North Dakota State University student Tom Bearson’s death has remained a mystery: Few details, no motive and no arrests.
Bob Sandin went to his local hospital, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby, to get a pacemaker this summer. But after the procedure, something didn’t look right.
After a WCCO Investigation, tough questions were asked Wednesday to the board that decides who practices veterinary medicine in Minnesota.
“The first thing you don’t think of is that it could be as close as it was,” farm owner Doug Voss said.
Unemployment, a move and an unsolved arson. WCCO took a closer look at what was happening in the life of Danny Heinrich in the days before, and after, Jacob Wetterling went missing.
When the Ryder Cup comes to Chaska fans will be focused on the golf course but police will be patrolling for a crime playing out behind closed doors.
The community of Watkins will gather Thursday to remember the life of 5-year-old Alayna Ertl.