Frank & Amelia: The Basketball ParentsCameras caught up with our favorite basketball parents, Frank and Amelia, as they watched their son play for St. Thomas Academy in the State Basketball Tournament.
State Health Department Seeing Late Uptick In Flu CasesLots of workplaces, including here at WCCO, are dealing with a late round of the flu.
Police Athletic League Brings 'Positive Vibes' To Little EarthA pair of Minneapolis police officers are dedicating their time and talents to help girls in one of the toughest areas of the city.
Report: Room For Improvement In Mpls.' Response To 4th Precinct ProtestA federal review of an 18-day standoff outside a Minneapolis police precinct following the fatal shooting of a black man in 2015 has found problems with the city's coordination and communication.
Ex-Mpls. Officer Accused Of Kicking Man In Face, Causing Brain InjuryA former Minneapolis police officer has been charged with assault after kicking a man in the head.
St. Paul's Historic Palace Theatre Reopens With First Avenue's HelpThe Palace Theatre, which opened as a vaudeville house in 1916, will open to music fans.for the first time in 40 years.
Greenway's Retirement Is Vikings' Loss, Nonprofit's GainThe longest-tenured Minnesota Vikings player is walking away from the sport he loves. Chad Greenway is retiring after playing all 11 seasons in Minnesota.
Castile's Fmr. Girlfriend Makes 1st Court Appearance In Hammer AssaultThe woman who live-streamed the aftermath of the Philando Castile shooting faced assault charges in Ramsey County District Court Monday.
Saving Dallas: Wisconsin Siblings Refuse To Leave Recovering Pup's SideAn Eagle Scout from Wisconsin is looking for help to save his best friend.
Anoka County Deputies Save Dog After Falling Through IceTwo Anoka County Deputies just happened to be close by when the call came in of a dog falling through the ice in Nowthen.
Meet Cmdr. Charlie Adams, The Head Of The MPD's New Community DivisionIn an effort to improve trust and collaborative partnerships, the Minneapolis Police Department has added a new division to its ranks.
Big Lake Police: Vandals Released 600K Gallons Of Water Big Lake police are looking for the public's help in finding the vandals responsible for releasing 600,000 gallons of water.

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