As investigators continue to look into the Boston Marathon bombings, questions are growing about whether there was an American intelligence failure.
That is the question everyone wants to know when it comes to the Boston bombing suspects.
Thousands of DWI cases could be tossed out because of a Supreme Court ruling.
The U.S. Senate will be taking up a gun control bill that calls for expanding background checks to online and gun show sales.
Today Francine Wheeler, who lost her 6-year-old Ben in the Sandy Hook massacre, gave the President’s Saturday radio address pleading for action on gun control measures.
A Minnesota hockey team is on its way to a historical NCAA Frozen Four.
Aaron Schaffhausen has already pleaded guilty to the stabbing murders of his three daughters at their River Falls home last summer. But what are the chances he will actually be found insane?
Of the many, many stories I have covered in my career, the murders of the three Schaffhausen sisters is one that stands out for its horror, its sadness and its tragic scope of loss. I do not in any way mean to minimize any other stories I have reported on.
A Wisconsin father accused of killing his three young daughters has pleaded guilty to three charges of first-degree intentional homicide, but is maintaining his insanity claim.
A new study shows a jump in the number of moms who say they want to work full-time.
An 82-year-old widow, who had $20,000′s worth of her jewelry stolen from her Burnsville retirement home, is hoping she can get some of the pieces back — especially her wedding and engagement ring.
A Minnesota couple is calling on car seat manufacturers to put a quick release feature on children’s car seats after their twin daughters narrowly escaped being trapped in a car fire.
This week is the deciding one for a bill to create universal background checks for gun sales in Minnesota.
This week WCCO-TV brought you an absurd story of a seemingly unjustifiable prosecution. Margaret Schneider, 86, of St. Peter, who suffers from dementia, was charged with voter fraud because she voted twice in last Augusts’ primary.
A bi-partisan group of lawmakers want your tax dollars used to fund major Hollywood movies. That may sound far-fetched but lawmakers say it’s a logical use of money from the state Legacy Fund that could create jobs.
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