WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Muskie Fishing In MinnesotaFishing buddies Amelia Santaniello and Angela Davis headed out in search of Minnesota's largest game fish.
Exercise A Lot? You Could Be At Risk For RhabdomyolysisSome people are heading to emergency rooms because they've pushed themselves too hard during workouts.
Through Chess, Jack Mangan Taught Kids How To Make Moves In LifeJack Mangan was a volunteer chess coach for more than 20 years. He worked with students in Minneapolis Public Schools and teenagers in the Hennepin County Juvenile Detention Center.
Some Minn. Police To Begin Testing Gun-Mounted CamerasAs more police departments begin equipping officers with body cameras, a new type of camera is being tested by cops nationwide.
Fmr. NFL Star, Renowned Neurosurgeon Partner For 'Super Brain 2018'Hennepin County Medical Center is teaming with the NFL Alumni group to hold an event during that time called Super Brain 2018.
Remembering Human Rights Activist Lillian Lazenberry MartinCaring and Resilient. Those are two words that come to mind when people talk about Lillian Lazenberry Martin.
Police: Man Faked Cancer For Donations, Spent Money On Video Games, MarijuanaProsecutors in Rice County say it's a crime unlike any other. A crime they haven't seen before.
St. Paul Police Create Specially Trained Unit For Mental Health CallsThe department is also trying a new approach to interact with residents with known mental health issues.
Wisconsin Mother Of 8 Loved Family, Fun, CommunityBetty Anne Jordan had eight children after marrying her high school sweetheart in the 1940s and helped the war effort in World War II.
St. Paul Police Officer Uses Garden To Grow Community RelationshipsOfficer Jason Pederson helps tend to a community garden nestled behind a public housing high-rise for seniors and others in St. Paul.
Twins Say Goodbye To Beloved Press Box AttendantWhen the team moved into Target Field, they named a section of the press box after Peg Imhoff.
'They Want To Be Here': Allina Program Helping Teens Battle ObesityIn the U.S., more than one-third of adults are considered obese – 36.5 percent to be exact. About 17 percent of children are obese.

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