Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield

Military Organization Helps Vet After Devastating House FireCombat veterans in our state have access to a program unlike any other in the nation. The Minnesota Military Appreciation Fund is a group WCCO has been reporting on over the past few weeks.
House Fire In North Minneapolis Kills 3 ChildrenThree young children are dead after their house caught fire Saturday night in north Minneapolis. The family had just moved into the home, and we're told they may have left the oven open and running in the kitchen to keep warm.
For Formerly Homeless Veteran, Marathon Is About Much More Than RunningTens of thousands of people are a night's sleep away Saturday from doing something less than 1 percent of the U.S. population ever does: finishing a marathon. For one of those runners, it was a much more grueling path to the starting line than long training runs.
Minneapolis Pastor Passes Away At Age 107The oldest-practicing pastor in the United States will not be at his Minneapolis church on Sunday. Rev. Noah Smith passed away this week at the age of 107, leaving a crowd of admirers.
With Consumer Loyalty Programs, Who's The Real Winner? These days, not as many people carry cash in their wallets, but there's something many of us seem to be accumulating in its place. We’re talking about those rewards cards.
Vikings Fans Miss Chargers Game Due To Invalid TicketsNearly a dozen people with Vikings tickets missed Sunday's win over the San Diego Chargers. As it turns out, their tickets were not valid. On weeknights, she patrols the streets of south Minneapolis. On Sundays, Officer Kim Lund patrols the windows of TCF Bank Stadium.
Local Catholics Celebrate Pope Francis' U.S. VisitPope Francis officially began his first U.S. tour Wednesday morning with a visit to the White House and a meeting with President Obama.
Mall Of America Cameras Catch Criminals Through License Plate ReadersA shopping trip to the Mall of America ended with jail time for two different male-female duos. Officers say they weren't shoplifting, but that they had committed their thefts before they even got to the mall. It seems technology helped make the arrests possible.
Minn. Woman's Business Wins Part Of $20 Billion IT ContractA Minnesota mother of two is part of a very elite group. Her business is one of 65 in the United States that will split $20-billion worth of contracted IT work. In her Minnetonka office of Ideal System Solutions ...
Augsburg Students Spend Semester Floating Down MississippiRight now 16 Twin Cities college students are paddling down the Mississippi towards Winona, Minnesota, and that is merely the beginning.
Paid Sick Leave, More Overtime Proposed For Mpls. WorkersWorkers in Minneapolis could soon have more flexible schedules and more paid leave.
Wounded Warrior Channels Energy To Help Fellow SoldiersSgt. Scott Adams, from St. Bonifacius, has served six different tours of duty in the U.S. Army. His final mission left him with burns, PTSD, a broken back and blood clots. He is now joining forces with a Minnesota group and hopes others will do the same.