Retired Professor Amasses Huge 'Little Golden Books' CollectionJohn Lauritsen takes us to Willmar to place where the "Little Red Caboose" always finishes first.
1 Killed In Marshall House FireAn investigation is underway after a fire in Marshall destroyed a home and killed a resident Monday.
Preparations Begin In Marshall For Pheasant OpenerPreparations are underway already for the 2017 Governor's Pheasant Opener, which will be held in the southwestern Minnesota city of Marshall on Oct. 13-14.
Shrimp Company Set To Open In Southwestern MinnesotaA Minnesota company has announced details of its plans for a $50 million commercial shrimp production operation in the southwestern part of the state.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Hockey Rink In MinnesotaWintertime means sledding, skiing and skating. And in the State of Hockey, if there is one thing Minnesotan's know -- it's good ice!
WCCO Radio Rally: November 10thState quarterfinals this week and some terrific matchups are all over the state Friday and Saturday! Here's what to watch for on the High School Football Radio Rally.
Prep Blog: Section Finals, Previewing 'The Big 4'It's section championship week in high school football and state tournament bids are on the line.
WCCO Radio Rally: November 3rdWe're closing in on the State Football Tournament and the playoffs roll on. Here's a look at this week's biggest games on the High School Radio Rally!
WCCO Radio Rally: October 25thIt's football playoff time starting Tuesday night all over the state! Here's what to expect plus the top teams and games in each class on the WCCO Radio Rally.
Marshall To Host 2017 Governor's Pheasant OpenerThe southwestern Minnesota city of Marshall has been named to host the seventh 2017 Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener.
Army Staff Sgt. Who Grew Up In Minnesota Killed In AfghanistanA U.S. Army Staff Sgt. who grew up in Minnesota was killed in Afghanistan Tuesday, according to a report from the Department of Defense.
Southwestern Minnesota Solar Power Project Gets ApprovalA controversial solar energy project in southwest Minnesota has gotten the go-ahead. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved a 500-acre solar farm near Marshall.