A hot and humid Sunday will be followed by evening severe storms. Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says Minnesotans are seeing the highest threat for severe weather this year, with the possibility of tornadoes, damaging winds and hail.
There’s no time like the present to take on some of Minnesota’s most turbulent rapids.
The scandal-rocked Twin Cities archdiocese has a new leader, and he’s wasting no time in signaling a dramatically different tone than his predecessor. In an one-on-one interview Friday, interim Archbishop Bernard Hebda said there can be no tolerance of sex abuse in 2015.
The presence of the invasive species zebra mussels has been confirmed in Forest Lake, the Minnesota Department of Resources announced Friday.
Milwaukee police say they have arrested a 13-year-old boy in connection to the shooting death of another boy of the same age.
Fun does not always equal spendy.
We learned Thursday that Major League Soccer may be coming to St. Paul rather than Minneapolis. This morning, Mayor Chris Coleman announced he’s invited the MLS president to visit St. Paul and check out some land where a new soccer stadium could be built.
A young swimmer who contracted a brain-eating amoeba in a western Minnesota lake has died, according to a family representative.
A 46-year-old Little Falls man is accused of pepper spraying two police officers who responded to his 911 calls Tuesday, according to the Morrison County Attorney’s Office.
From South Carolina’s vote on the removal of the Confederate flag to defects linked to popular antidepressants, here are the four stories to know from Thursday, July 9.
Once again, the weekend is upon us, and that means WCCO is gearing up for another installment of Goin’ to the Lake. This week, WCCO-TV’s Liz Collin and Chris Shaffer and NewsRadio 830 WCCO’s Dave Lee were slated to visit the McGregor area and Big Sandy Lake.
After years of controversy, plans to extend the light rail from Minneapolis to Eden Prairie are moving forward. But that means some big cuts to the original plan.
Minnesota’s past comes alive (and gets lively) at these historic bars.
A Crystal Welding worker has been killed in an explosion Wednesday, according to police.
A young swimmer who contracted a brain-eating amoeba in a western Minnesota lake Tuesday has been identified.
The University of Minnesota police say a college student who is not affiliated with the University was assaulted and robbed in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
From the debate heating up for the Confederate Flag in South Carolina to Old Navy fat shaming going viral, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, July 8.
This Saturday will mark the five-year anniversary of the Alive at the Market event in Minneapolis, raising awareness and funds for men’s depression.
A new government study suggests housing vouchers could help reduce homelessness in the U.S. The United States Department for Housing and Urban Development examined homeless families at emergency shelters in 12 cities.
Cool your inside as it gets hot outside. July is National Ice Cream Month.
Federal authorities have charged a man accused of dealing methamphetamine in North Dakota and Minnesota. Arnulfo Ramos pleaded not guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance. A trial date has not been set.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking the public’s help to locate additional victims of a convicted online child predator who may have Lucas Chansler, 31, formerly of St. Johns, Florida, was sentenced to 105 years in prison after pleading guilty last August to nine counts of producing child pornography.
I hope your 4th of July weekend was as fun and food-filled as mine was. We kicked off the weekend by heading down to Cherry Leaf Farm in Northfield to do some cherry picking.
In regards to Wee Willie Walker, there’s an old saying that comes up: “he’s still got it!” Now, longtime soul and blues man is proving it with the release of his new album, “If Nothing Ever Changes,” this weekend at the Minnesota Music Cafe.
A Ramsey man has been charged in the fatal Coon Rapids bar shooting last Thursday, the Anoka County Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.