Hello My Love: Young Prince Penned Song For ReceptionistPrince was prolific with his lyrics, and his songwriting started at a young age. But his songs were not always for the masses. Before Prince was the Prince the world would come to know, he wrote a love song for a Minnesota woman he had a crush on.
Sheriff: Ramsey Mother Killed In Murder-SuicidePolice say a husband shot and killed his wife in front of their children, before turning the gun on himself.
Girl With Terminal Illness Prepares For Prom With GrandpaA special Twin Cities girl will attend prom this weekend in her mom's hometown. Eleven-year-old Lydia Wahlstrom has a terminal disorder called Batten disease. Her grandpa wanted her to have the prom experience, so he asked her to be his date.
Nonprofit Provides Meals For North Minneapolis StudentsMany of us take for granted where our next meal will come from. Women who work to make a difference have answered that question for students at a school in north Minneapolis.
Partial Verdict Reached In Mpls. Officer's Assault TrialA Federal grand jury was unable to come to a unanimous verdict after five days of deliberation in the case of a Minneapolis officer accused of assaulting at least four people in two separate bar fights in downtown Minneapolis.
Home Ice Advantage Gives Wild Boost Over StarsThe excitement at the X was contagious Monday night. Die-hard fans say they'll do whatever it takes to help the team.
Pine City Scrapbooking Company Offers Retreat For Serious ScrappersFor decades, people have found ways to share their family memories. It may seem the popularity of the latest trend, scrapbooking, has dwindled. But don't tell a scrapbooker that.
After Losing Wife To Flu, Minn. Man Has Message For OthersA Twin Cities husband wants to warn others after his pregnant wife died from complications due to the flu.
Minnesota-Made Gems Featured At Mpls. St. Paul Int'l Film FestThe 35th annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival kicks off this weekend, featuring 250 films from 71 countries. And while the majority of the films are international, a handful of them are made by Minnesota-based and Minnesota-native filmmakers.
Former Teacher Speaks Out About School ViolenceRecent school violence incidents against educators have prompted a former teacher to take action.
WCCO Goes Behind The Wheel For Police Pursuit TrainingPolice pursuits capture attention, with sirens blaring and tires squealing. It is something police train for; when to pursue a suspect, and when to call it off. They simulate real scenarios on a course.
St. Olaf Student Claims School Failed Her After RapeA group of students wearing shirts that read "Ask Me How My College Is Protecting My Rapist" is creating a stir on a Minnesota campus. Senior Madeline Wilson decided to make the shirts after officials at St. Olaf College determined her sexual assault complaint was unfounded.

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