One way or another, our long, long Viking stadium issue is coming to a conclusion, starting with the critical vote in the House probably sometime late Monday night.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine is celebrating 40 Years. Part of their 40th anniversary issue features 40 lists to celebrate what the magazine says “ties us all together” as a community.
The St. Thomas baseball program is currently the No. 3-ranked team in the country, and is on top of the MIAC.
Mark Rosen has covered Super Bowls, World Series, Final Fours and the Olympics. On Thursday, he’ll release a book about all of it. It’s called “Best Seat In The House.”
Terry Ryan has a no nonsense approach to coaching, and there’s no doubt his approach has had some success.
There were a lot of great movies to watch this year and many of them will be celebrated this Sunday at the Oscars. Even if we didn’t get a chance to go see them all, Mark Rosen’s and Frank Vascellaro’s mother did.
When Greg Kinnear was shooting his new movie Thin Ice in the Twin Cities two years ago, the production went under the title The Convincer. The Jill Sprecher-directed film shot a number of scenes around the metro area, including right in WCCO-TV’s own backyard.
Fred McNeill played linebacker for the Vikings in two Super Bowls. Ultimately, the violent game that pro football is has taken its toll on McNeill.
No doubt there will be plenty of people watching Adele’s first performance at the Grammys Sunday. Frank Vascellaro and Mark Rosen’s mothers, Rosalie and Doris, will certainly be watching.
WCCO-TV’s newsroom got a little bit classier this Halloween when the anchors donned the duds and catch phrases of TV news legend Ron Burgundy and his news team.
The red carpet will be rolled out this weekend for the Primetime Emmy Awards. With so many categories to review, experts were needed to help narrow down the top choices.
It’s easy to find fun things to do at the State Fair, and the Giant Slide has been a fun favorite for more than 40 years.
This week, WCCO’s anchors are taking a look behind the scenes at how their favorite State Fair foods are being prepared.
As a kid, many of fans emulated their favorite sports heroes. But MJ Huss is a Twin Cities toddler who transforms into his big league idols. When the Twins heard about the little slugger’s talent, they invited MJ onto the field for a batting practice.