Alumni Couple Gives $40M To Gustauvs Adolphus CollegeA southern Minnesota liberal arts school is receiving its largest ever donation — $40 million.
Finding Minnesota: Nate's Barber Shop In St. PeterWhen you're the owner of a business running since 1886, naturally, there's a commitment to the past.
Meet The Longest-Married Couple In Minnesota!The average life expectancy in the United States is 78 years, which is how long a Minnesota couple has been married -- the longest-lasting marriage in the state!
Hunter Finds Missing St. Peter Girl Alive In RiverThe search for a missing 12 year-old developmentally disabled girl has a happy ending Saturday evening.
St. Peter Police Seek Missing 12-Year-Old GirlPolice in southern Minnesota are searching for a missing 12-year-old girl who is developmentally disabled.
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.
Dayton, Daudt Call For Mental Health Facility Improvements In Rare Show Of UnityMinnesota's top political leaders toured the state's toughest security hospital at St. Peter Monday to assess how to fix the aging and outdated facility.
Dayton: $1.4B Bonding Bill Would Add Nearly 40K JobsGov. Mark Dayton is asking lawmakers to borrow $1.4 billion to tackle a massive to-do list of public construction projects. The Democratic governor released his proposed bonding bill on Friday.
We're Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake, Again & Need Your Suggestions!It's that time of year again! We've examined the map and narrowed down the choices for this year's Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake trip! WCCO-TV will be hitting the frozen lakes again each Thursday and Friday in February and we want your suggestions on where we should go.
MN Contests Safety Violations At St. Peter Security HospitalThe Minnesota Department of Human Services is contesting citations it received earlier this month for workplace safety violations at the state's largest hospital for people considered mentally ill and dangerous.
Minnesota Sex Offenders Hopeful For Release After Program Ruled UnconstitutionalSex offenders in Minnesota's high security treatment centers say they are frustrated but hopeful they can someday be released. That's after a federal judge found the program unconstitutional, and ordered the state to find ways to release sex offenders.
Judge Weighing Sex Offender Program Fate To Order Fixes SoonA federal judge who declared Minnesota's sex offender treatment program unconstitutional intends to rule in October on how the state must fix it after signaling in court Wednesday that he wouldn't move to shut it down entirely. Judge Donovan Frank and attorneys in a 4-year-old class-action lawsuit debated how far the court can go in shaping regulations for an indefinite confinement program housing more than 700 offenders deemed a continuing risk to society.