The Twin Cities Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Kick Off — Rock the Red Kettle raised $108,958.76 in just one day.
The 2012 bell ringing season started Saturday at the Twin Cities Salvation Army’s “Rock the Red Kettle” kickoff event at Cub Foods on 5937 Nicollet Ave. in south Minneapolis.
One of the highlight’s of Minneapolis’ Aquatennial is what’s known as the Most Amazing Race, and WCCO-TV’s Jamie Yuccas and Matt Brickman stepped up to the challenge.
Ever watched the CBS show Amazing Race? If you have, you know the contestants are sent out on various tasks from eating to solving puzzles. The winners get a large cash reward at the end.
The Minneapolis Aquatennial is filled with plenty of fun and entertaining outdoor activities to help celebrate the best days of summer.
WCCO would like to thank everyone who helped provide water to the residents of Duluth, Minn. and Superior, Wis. after flooding hit that area.
You can get free ice cream today and help the Salvation Army at the same time.
The son of an 83-year-old Bismarck woman has been charged with murdering her.
Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star Kevin Love will deliver a truck full of coats to a local homeless shelter as part of his annual outreach event.
This season of giving will be one to remember for the Salvation Army. From the get-go, the organization needed to raise more than ever through its red kettle campaign.
The Salvation Army is reporting yet another anonymous $1,000 donation dropped into one of their ubiquitous red kettles this holiday season.
A generous and mysterious donor has been stuffing some big bills into the Salvation Army red kettles.
In communities all around us, there is no shortage of good, hard-working families that just need a little help to get through tough times. So, in this Season of Hope, WCCO is connecting families in need with those who can help.
This holiday season you and your family can truly do something unique. You can adopt a family.
Minnesota-based Mills Fleet Farm has changed its mind about allowing Salvation Army bell ringers to stand outside their stores.