Caroline Lowe has been at WCCO-TV for 35 years, but she recently announced she’s leaving Minnesota for a new TV job in California. It’s a perfect chance for her to restage her comeback with a total makeover.
It has been more than 21 years since 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling was kidnapped by a masked gunman as Jacob, his brother and a friend biked home from a convenience store in rural St. Joseph, Minn.
It’s been more than two years since Harold Schroetter left his Falcon Heights home on a February morning. Schroetter, who was 57 years old, has not been seen since and police suspect foul play. A woman who lived with the postal carrier reported him missing.
Two young women, both named Susan, were in St. Paul on the same day in May, two years apart. The similarities prompted police to wonder if there was a serial killer targeting victims named Susan.
Next month will mark a painful anniversary for the family of Linda Rousseau of St. Paul. It’ll be 40 years since Rousseau was murdered.
It has been more than 25 years since a 20-year-old Burnsville college student was murdered in upstate New York, where she was visiting friends. Her mother, Phyllis O’Connell, has fought hard to keep her case in the spotlight to help solve the killing. She now has hope a break could come soon.
It has been 34 years since 17-year-old Jeanine Warden was found near death in a ditch a few blocks from her rural Anoka County home.
Mary Kathleen Schlais was an artist and honors grad from the University of Minnesota when she was murdered in February 1974.
Today, Caroline Lowe announced she was leaving WCCO-TV. She will be joining what some call “WCCO West,” with WCCO alumni anchors Jeanette Trompeter, John Reger, her own daughter, producer Shelby Rhodes and General Manager Kathleen Sullivan.
Long-time WCCO-TV reporter, Caroline Lowe, has accepted a job at KSBY-TV in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Lowe has been on the crime beat for WCCO-TV since 1977. This year marked her 35th year with the station.
Minnesota State Trooper Brian Bammert was hit last weekend for second time in a matter of weeks.
Porky’s in St. Paul served its last burgers Sunday. Now, its memorabilia is being catalogued for the auction block.
Firefighters in Minneapolis had a hard time getting a fire under control at a triplex on First Avenue.
Anoka Police are following up on several leads after an overnight stabbing that sent the victim to the hospital.
A free iPhone app to report and track potholes has been created by a couple of Twin Cities men.
A former teacher and coach at Cretin-Derham Hall will have to register as a sex offender and pay a $300 fine after being convicted of having sex with a former student.
Two Hopkins police officers were slightly hurt Monday morning when an unlicensed driver rear-ended their squad on a traffic stop.
Hopkins police are looking for a woman they say stole a volunteer’s purse from a local church office and went on a $3,000 spending spree.
As tough as this winter’s been on Minnesota citizens, it’s been especially rough on the Minnesota State Patrol. So far this winter, more than 30 troopers have been hurt responding to calls.
Wally the Beer Man’s case is now in the hands of a Hennepin County jury.
The trial began Wednesday for Wally “The Beer Man” McNeil and another vendor accused of selling beer to an underage police decoy at Target Field.
The jury selection process has begun in the trial of Wally “The Beer Man” McNeil and his co-defendant Ed Stepnick.
Thirty-four years ago today, I began working as the newsroom librarian at WCCO-TV.
Maplewood Police arrested a former Vadnais Heights volunteer firefighter, accusing him of impersonating a cop.
A 15-year-old newspaper delivery boy was cited for stealing a customer’s cell phone while he was making his rounds in Hopkins on Wednesday morning.