During the first year, the toilet bowl races were nothing more than an old latrine strapped on a red wagon and pushed down a hill.
A Twin Cities family is sharing their story with the hope of raising awareness of domestic violence.
The group Black Lives Matter is calling off a planned protest at the Rosedale Mall Sunday afternoon.
The effort to find for a missing 26-year-old man who fell into the St. Croix River has been suspended again due to dangerous conditions.
Numerous marches and rallies are taking place throughout the country similar to the days of the civil rights movement. That had us asking the Good Question, what is the most effective way to protest?
Our neighbors in Wisconsin may have a reputation for cheese, but Minnesota has its own bragging rights.
Minnesota is not normally a place where we deal with paparazzi — unless you are on Lake Minnetonka.
WCCO is learning more about the officers involved in the shooting of Philando Castile Wednesday night in Falcon Heights. Investigators released the names Thursday night of St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser.
Last weekend, many Minnesotans spent their holiday on the water, but for three groups of boaters, their Fourth of July plans never got off the ground near Lake Minnetonka.
For the last several months, the cost of ground beef has dropped steadily. The most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics has the price of ground beef around $3.70 a pound.
The Fourth of July is one of the busiest boating weekends across Minnesota and the beautiful weather will bring out even larger crowds. Law enforcement are adding extra patrols especially around one area of Lake Minnetonka.
Those suffering from intractable pain can start registering for the treatment with doctor approval, but they won’t have access until Aug. 1.
Think of all the sound you take in on a daily basis. Noise is an inescapable constant that often overshadows any silence. That’s not the case at Orfield Laboratories in south Minneapolis where one room is designed specifically for peace and quiet.
Nearly 5,000 nurses returned to work Sunday morning after a week-long strike affecting five Twin Cities hospitals.
Visitors to this year’s Twin Cities Pride festivities will see a stepped up police presence.
Britain’s surprise decision to leave the European Union sent a shockwave through financial markets around the globe.
Southeastern Minnesota is a landscape filled with scenic views. At Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park, visitors can see bluffs, forests and streams. But one of the park’s biggest attractions is below the earth’s surface.
We are in constant contact with small amounts of bacteria all day, but our phones are growing them out of control.
Ed’s Museum in Wykoff isn’t so much a reflection of the town, but of one man who lived there.
It was a deadly day on the water across Minnesota as people tried to keep cool in yesterday’s 90-degree temperatures.
Each year, a third of all fruits and veggies grown in the U.S. go to waste. The Linden Hills Farmers Market wants to make a difference with an event called Seconds Sunday.
The golf world will turn its attention to a Twin Cities course this fall. Hazeltine National Golf Club is hosting the 2016 Ryder Cup. The biennial men’s golf tournament consists of 12-member teams from the United States and Europe.
Minnesota is home to one of the largest Hmong populations in the country and in the heart of St. Paul, you’ll find the hub of the community.
An innocent victim has been caught in the crossfire of a north Minneapolis shooting for the second time in two weeks.
Many Minnesotans are spending the holiday weekend on the water, and law enforcement want to begin the boating season with a message of safety.