The Salvation Army Toy Shop is the biggest toy shelf in the Twin Cities. And this week, WCCO wants to show you why it is so important to more than 20,000 families. At the Toy Shop set up at Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, William Paul is filling up his bag.
After the crowd at TCF Bank Stadium helped the Vikings win another big game over the weekend, players game back to the community Tuesday.
An Eagan food shelf was burglarized sometime between Wednesday evening and Thursday morning, according to the executive director. According to the executive director, Lisa Horn, staff of The Open Door’s Eagan location came in Thursday to see the food shelf in disarray.
South Dakota State’s Zach Zenner is one typical game away from setting the all-time Football Championship Subdivision record for rushing. But he has some unfinished business against rival North Dakota State.
Authorities say two people were hurt Monday night, one critically, in a shooting in the south Twin Cities metro. Eagan Police were called to the 3800 block of Ballantrae Road at about 6:34 p.m. on a report of several gunshots fired.
Eagan police are asking the public’s help in finding an 82-year-old woman who went missing Tuesday and suffers from significant memory issues.
The calendar may say fall, but the winter temperatures are clearly here. If you haven’t taken the time yet to get your house ready for what Minnesota winters bring, it’s not too late.
The Eagan Wildcats girls’ volleyball team won 3 to 0 Thursday and will advance to the semifinals for the second year in a row. But as WCCO’s David McCoy says, as much success as the team has had it can’t compare to that enjoyed by one family.
It’s a spooky night for kids around the metro, in particular some football players as the second week of playoffs takes place.
A 17-year-old female from Shakopee has been charged in a July crash in Eagan that caused serious injuries to a 15-month old child and left two others hurt, according to the Dakota County Attorney’s Office. The female was charged with one felony count of criminal vehicular operation involving gross negligence and one misdemeanor count of careless driving in connection with the July 17 crash.
Eagan at Prior Lake highlights a big night of high school football across Minnesota Friday as state tournament bids are up for grabs. Every athlete that ever puts on football pads dreams of the chance to play for a trip to state. For 112 teams across seven total classes, the opportunity is there this week to celebrate a section championship when the clock hits zero.
A Minnesota man’s Thursday win on ‘Let’s Make A Deal’ marked his fifth game show appearance. Pierre Audet hosted a viewing party at his restaurant, Saga, in Eagan Thursday. “I’m just very excited!” Audet said.
Minnesota is home to many cyclists who compete in road bike or mountain bike races throughout the year. Now that fall is here, we’re in the heart of cyclocross season. It’s an intense off-road sport that combines high speeds and rugged terrain into one grueling event.
A skateboarding accident has claimed the life of a young man from Eagan. Gunnar Miller, 19, died from the injuries he suffered while performing a stunt skateboarders called “skitching,” which is when a skateboarder holds on to a moving car and lets the car pull them along the street. It was made famous in the film “Back to the Future”.
The owner of a former Minneapolis restaurant was charged Wednesday with 68 counts of failing to pay sales tax and filing fraudulent and false tax returns. According to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, 46-year-old Michael Ralph Whitelaw underreported sales by more than $1 million, and he underpaid tax by $100,000.