The extreme temperatures and brutal wind chills forced many schools to start late on Friday and some were even closed. But for a lot of us it’s business as usual.
Hundreds of people went to area hospitals Tuesday after slipping and falling on icy streets and sidewalks.
A Twin Cities woman is in trouble with the law after police say she left two kids, ages 2 and 3, inside a cold car while she drank inside a bar.
Sunday’s snow has been great news for a big cross-country ski event in Minneapolis. The City of Lakes Loppet Ski Festival will go on with no major changes.
Fire crews kept an eye on two businesses overnight that were destroyed by an intense fire in southwest Minneapolis.
President Obama is asking for a new, stronger assault weapons ban after the mass shooting in Connecticut where 20 elementary school students were murdered.
We’ve seen a big increase in thieves stealing copper and other metals over the past few years. They may get a few hundred dollars by selling it for scrap, but they often cause thousands of dollars in damage.
Hockey fans have a spring in their step Monday morning as they can start dreaming about going to Minnesota Wild games again.
This is the time of year we hear about people getting the flu, but more people than usual have already gotten sick.
There have been no drunk driving deaths in the state for the last four years on New Year’s Eve. Police are hoping tonight becomes a fifth in a row.
Students across parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin had their school starts delayed, if not put off altogether for the day. Hundreds of schools canceled classes as a major snowstorm moved into the area.
The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, along with more than a dozen other agencies, are doing a countywide warrant sweep. Their message: Give up now and you might be home for the holidays.
After the storm, people are still dealing with what it left behind. Hundreds of Minnesota drivers are left paying repair bills from crashes or impound fees from having their car towed.
The City of Minneapolis is being sued by a business owner who claims city workers abused their power and tried to shut them down.
A 2-year-old Minneapolis boy is dead after police say his older brother accidentally shot him.
Many of us out there shop online to avoid the long lines at stores, and with that companies like FedEx and UPS are preparing for yet another busy shipping season.
Members of the public who wish to honor Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker are being encouraged to pay respects along a procession route Wednesday morning. Up to 2,000 officers from around the country could attend Decker’s funeral.
The Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota in St. Paul has a new way to make kids and their families feel comfortable — at a time when they really need it.
Flags will fly at half-staff all across Minnesota on Wednesday in honor of a fallen Marine who will be morning by a community south of the Twin Cities.
A Minnesota father of three says his prayers were answered after WCCO shared his story over the summer.
Thanksgiving is coming earlier this year and so are the Black Friday deals. Some stores are opening up Thanksgiving night for eager shoppers.
A group of military families and veterans got a special gift this morning, just in time for Thanksgiving. Minnesota Twins star Justin Morneau was on hand to help out at the Armory in Brooklyn Park, Minn.
On the day after Thanksgiving, kids will have a new way to explore Minnesota’s history.
You’ve probably heard of regular yoga and hot yoga, but have you heard of the yoga designed just for expecting mothers?
For the second year in a row, the Red Bull “Crashed Ice” World Championship will be held in St. Paul. It’ll be a welcomed sight for the city’s economy.