WCCO-TV was awarded 12 Emmys at the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Awards gala held Saturday at the State Theater in Minneapolis.
More Minnesota mothers are choosing a new way to bring their babies into the world to help deal with the pain of childbirth, showing that the mind can be more powerful than medication when it comes to the miracle of birth.
A Champlin Park senior’s award-winning research may bring treatment for a disorder that affects millions of us.
Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the North Minneapolis tornado.
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is re-opening a 15-year-old case involving the disappearance of a White Bear township stepmother of three, back in April of 1997.
A 26-year-old Kenyon man is accused of trying to hire another man to kill the new boyfriend of his ex-girlfriend, according to charges filed Wednesday by the Rice County Attorney’s Office.
When Sydney Winkler encountered one of the biggest adjustments of parenthood, she brought 2-month-old Lily to the chiropractor.
A Southern Minnesota family is counting its blessings this Mother’s Day weekend for a tiny hero.
A Minneapolis woman thought she’d already had the best surprise of her life when she found out she was pregnant. What she wasn’t expecting at five months along was to hear from one of her heroes – Ellen DeGeneres.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is looking into allegations that a Hutchinson Police officer gave marijuana to protestors as part of a police program.
This spring, an idea took root right outside the front door of EXPO Elementary School in St. Paul, where second graders plan to nourish their neighborhood and help grow a local business with a pizza garden.
It’s a fourth-and-long situation just two days before a Minnesota House vote on a new stadium agreement.
It’s a day many Minnesota families have dreamed about for an entire year. More Minnesota National Guard Red Bulls are now home. The homecoming stretched from Anoka to Winona, with eleven buses carrying more than 220 soldiers from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division.
A Minneapolis woman started working on her new project Wednesday, which is a house she bought for $1, but she expects to spend about $120,000 fixing up the place.
Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States, and more than 1,100 people die from it each day. So, what if there was an easy way to spot trouble before it struck?
A retreat for grieving families is finding its own new beginning.
Several hours after the NFL commissioner’s visit on Friday, the stalled Vikings stadium bill started moving again in a Senate committee.
If you hear tornado sirens going off Thursday, don’t be alarmed. Just be aware, as they’re a reminder to everyone that the season for tornados is near.
A 43-year-old Pierz, Minn. woman was arrested after police say she tried to hire someone to kill her ex-husband.
This spring, one major event appears to be recession proof: High school prom. A new survey by Visa shows despite the sluggish economy, the cost of the high school rite of passage is skyrocketing.
Tax day is days away. Tuesday, April 17th is the filing deadline this year. If you haven’t sent in your return yet, one Minnesota man warns that you could be hit with quite the surprise – someone else may file before you do.
A rare sewage problem caused a significant backup into about a dozen homes in Blaine Monday night. It happened at about 9:30 p.m. in the Amen Corner, a community near the Tournament Players Club private golf course near 109th and Radisson Road.
The popular Twin Cities toy company, Creative KidStuff, has launched a selection of toys for children with autism as part of Autism Awareness month in April.
About 50 acres have burned in a large grass fire Wednesday morning near Interstate 94 in Brooklyn Park.
In high school, fitting in is difficult enough. Many teenagers just want to be like “everyone else” and not to be labeled as “different.” But imagine navigating those years without sound.