On Memorial Day, the nation will take time to honor the men and women who’ve lost their lives serving our country.
This Memorial Day will have extra special meaning for one Minnesota community. The city of Willmar welcomed home Navy Machinist Mate 1st Class John Anderson — 72 years after his death.
Racing season is underway at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, and the track is seeing some of the largest crowds in years. Fans are walking away with more winnings because of a change to the betting system.
A Twin Cities man may be the youngest 93-year-old you’ve ever met.
State lawmakers will have another long day ahead of them as the 2016 session quickly comes to a close.
A local couple is getting a lot of attention for their engagement photos.
In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, nearly every fish tale has the same beginning. Yet after the first tug of the lure, those stories tend to differ.
If given the chance to save a life, most of us would do what they can to help. For Pastor Jeff Marian, that meant donating a kidney for his friend, Linda Nelson.
New data from the state health department shows the impact opioid abuse is having on Minnesotans.
This summer, Arnie Lillo is expecting nearly a thousand visitors to stop by his property to see his art work. 156 different metal cut outs are spread out over his Good Thunder property.
Neighbors say the violence and fear is at an all-time high in north Minneapolis.
The pristine scenery is a tempting lure in its own right, but every spring dozens are drawn to the Amnicon River by more than a scenic backdrop.
A Twin Cities company is hoping to change the way we think of Minnesota’s growing season. St. Paul based J & J Distributing has found a way to grow local, organic produce year round.
In the past, Minnesotans wanting to whitewater raft have always had to travel out west. That is no longer the case. Thrill seekers only need to head to northern Minnesota.
A report from TMZ says Prince overdosed on Percocet just days before his death. WCCO investigates how the drug impacts patients.
Long before there was light rail, buses or subways, trains pioneered the concept of mass transit. The railroad system was vital to the development of the United States — and one man in Owatonna does not want us to forget its place in history.
Dusty, a shih tzu dog, was recognized as the March volunteer of the month at Johnson Memorial Health Services.
A new beer will enter the saturated Twin Cities craft brewery scene this summer. The Yoerg Brewing Company will fight for its spot in the marketplace. But unlike most new brews, this beer already has a huge following which dates back to the 1800s.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has opened a criminal investigation after a bald eagle was found mutilated in a plastic bag near Albert Lea.
After more than two years of construction, U.S. Bank Stadium is just months away from completion. For the last two years, David Gunderson has spent nearly every Saturday morning tracking the progress of the new Vikings stadium.
Dozens of community members are continuing the call for the prosecution of two Minneapolis police officers despite Mike Freeman’s decision not to press charges.
More than 100 people were in line Thursday morning outside the Tesla dealership in Eden Prairie, eagerly awaiting the chance to put down $1,000 on the electronic carmaker’s yet-to-be-unveiled Model 3.
The improving diplomatic relationship between the U.S. and Cuba could have a big impact on Minnesota. There’s the potential for job growth and billions of dollars, but business can’t happen until the U.S. lifts its trade embargo.
Minnesotans looking to strike it rich may not need to look any further than the Iron Range. Last year, the DNR announced the discovery of gold grains and small gold deposits up near Lake Vermillion.
A Twin Cities rescue group is calling it one of the worst neglect cases it has ever dealt with. Ruff Start Rescue took in Pixie the pit bull more than a week ago after she was likely abandoned by her previous owners.