Minnesota College Freshmen Undergo New Mandatory Sexual Assault TrainingUnder a new law that went into effect Aug. 1, all incoming college freshmen in Minnesota must undergo sexual assault training.
Talking Points: Clinton Not Taking Minnesota For GrantedWhile Donald Trump does have an active campaign in Minnesota, Hillary Clinton’s campaign has been more active.
Talking Points: Early Voting And The Presidential RaceWith Donald Trump’s poll numbers continuing to drop, some of his supporters worry he may be running out of time to turn his campaign around.
Talking Points: The Battle For The 2nd DistrictMinnesota’s 2nd Congressional District has been represented since 2003 by Republican Congressman John Kline, who is retiring.
Buck Hill To Introduce Year-Round Snowless SkiingA Twin Cities ski hill is getting ready to install four acres of an Italian-made artificial ski surface that they say will have skiers and snowboarders on their slopes in September.
What You Need To Know For Tuesday's PrimariesPeople looking for Election Day excitement in Minnesota will find it — but it takes some hunting.
Talking Points: Trump In MinnesotaA new Washington Post /ABC News poll out Sunday shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 50 to 42 percent nationally.
St. Paul Police Warn Dog Owners Of Poisoned TreatsSt. Paul police are warning pet owners to check their yards after poisoned dog treats were found by homeowners last month.
Survey: Traffic Congestion In The Twin Cities Increased In 2015A new report on traffic congestion in the Twin Cities shows it’s on the rise.
Minnesota Delegation In The Middle Of Convention DivideIn Minnesota, the majority of the delegates are for Bernie Sanders, and they are angry about the leaked emails.
Talking Points: The Road Ahead For Hillary ClintonOne of the big questions at this week’s Democratic convention is whether Hillary Clinton will be able to harness the support and enthusiasm of Bernie Sanders supporters.
Archdiocese Docs Could Be Released In Possible SettlementWCCO-TV has learned that a long-scheduled hearing in the civil case against the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul could result in a historic settlement in the criminal case.