Two-time defending champion DeLaSalle will play Red Wing for the three-peat in the Class 3A girls state basketball title game.
It looks to be an exciting week at the Target Center as the top girls basketball players and teams converge on downtown Minneapolis for the annual state tournament.
Police in Red Wing are investigating after somebody in the city found a handgun in a recycling bin.
The mayor of Red Wing says he will step down from that over his second job as a frac sand lobbyist due to a conflict of interest.
Didn’t get a chance to see WCCO-TV’s High School Sports Rally Friday night? Don’t worry. We’ve got all the winter sports action right here.
The mayor of Red Wing has been hired to promote the region’s growing frack sand industry, raising questions from some citizens about whether he can balance his community’s interests with his new employer’s.
The hunt for Best of Minnesota: Bakery saw the biggest response from WCCO viewers in the history of the franchise.
It’s a big time in high school sports, and it usually works out that when we get into the chill of winter that things heat up on the playing field.
Kids who grow up together often dream of one day playing on a state tournament team together.
The holidays have wrapped up and teams are back from their post-Christmas tournaments. Within the next week, high school squads enter the grind of the conference season.
District officials said Wednesday morning that unspecified threats against Red Wing schools have put the district on lockdown for the day.
Xcel Energy Inc. says its Prairie Island nuclear plant near Red Wing declared an “unusual event” after some security equipment failed.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Prairie Island Indian Community have agreed to cooperate on some issues as the agency considers the fate of spent nuclear fuel at Xcel Energy’s nuclear plant in Red Wing.
During election season, nearly every week there’s a new presidential poll. While the rest of the country looks to Quinnipiac or Gallup, people in Red Wing have a different approach.
A 42-year-old Red Wing man was sentenced Tuesday to more than 11 years in prison for receiving and possessing thousands of images of child pornography, the U.S. Justice Department said.