Bobby, Raleigh and Dennis Jenkins are resting up here in the Twin Cities before taking off for the next leg of their cross country bike ride.
Twenty-five brightly colored pianos have been placed around the center of the city.
Whose job is it to enforce immigration laws? That question came up recently when a Metro Transit police officer was caught on tape asking a light rail train rider about his immigration status
A new and curious exhibit opens this week at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
A Mayo Clinic doctor is sharing the story of a remarkable face transplant done last summer.
Compared to white professionals, professionals of color are more willing to move to the Twin Cities, but also more likely to leave.
WCCO’s Susie Jones reports on how some people are expressing their displeasure with both of the presidential candidates as she goes Behind the Ballot.
Minneapolis Police Lt. Jeff Rugel, the head of a five-person gang squad, offered insight into gang violence Monday following two shootings downtown that left six people injured.
The staffs of the Minnesota Lynx and the Minnesota Timberwolves are participating in an “All-Staff Volunteer Day” Wednesday.
Stearns County attorney Janelle Kendall was faced with a difficult decision: Keep the child pornography charges against Danny Heinrich at the state level or bring the feds in.
Students at Augsburg College were among those returning to class Monday. Augsburg welcomed the class of 2020, with staff greeting students as they walked into the chapel for convocation.
There’s a push for funding for another rapid transit bus line linking the south metro to Minneapolis.
Minnesota music icon Bob Dylan turns 75 years old today. Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman in Hibbing.
Treatment today starts with acceptance and allowing the emotions to come up when stuttering starts.
You don’t have to be from Minnesota to want to honor the memory of superstar musician Prince. A farmer in neighboring North Dakota took to the field to craft a special tribute.
A new study from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health finds that human papillomavirus vaccinations remain low.
We might be thousands of miles away from Hollywood, but Minnesota does have its fair share of Oscar winners, including animator Pete Docter.
In case you haven’t noticed, it’s been pretty cloudy this winter. And besides that, when it was sunny, it was bitter cold. That was keeping people inside, which can give people the “winter blues.”
Right now there is a Minnesota state law that classifies small scale marijuana possession as a petty misdemeanor. However, there is a city ordinance in Minneapolis that classifies it as a misdemeanor.
In Minnesota, the bitter sub-zero cold isn’t stopping some who say they enjoy running in the extreme conditions.
Here’s a reminder if you want to catch a glimpse of the International Space Station.
With subzero temperatures, it’s important to make sure you’re taking care of your four-legged friends. Jean Geske is a veterinarian at the Bloomington pet hospital. She says putting a sweater or socks on your dog is a good idea.
Minnesota’s Commissioner of Agriculture, Dave Frederickson, admits he was a little apprehensive going to back to Cuba. The last time he was there, he was in the service.
Charlie Boone, whose 37-year partnership with Roger Erickson produced one of radio’s most popular teams in the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s and 90’s died Sunday after a brief illness. He was 88.
Just in time for Veteran’s Day Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Veteran’s Affairs is launching a new initiative called “Keys for Heroes.”