Wisconsin’s largest wolf-hunting zone is about to close, leaving only a single zone open just three weeks into the season.
One player to watch in the metro area — Minneapolis Washburn’s Jeff Jones. He’s a football player, he’s an athlete, and he’s got some gifts you cannot teach. Watch him on the football field and it becomes a game of “catch me if you can.”
It’s not uncommon to have one team dominate a conference for several years, but Minneapolis Washburn takes things to an entirely new level in the Minneapolis City Conference. Since the start of the 2008 season, the Millers have lost just one Minneapolis City Conference game.
South Minneapolis residents forced to evacuate their homes Wednesday afternoon because of a natural gas leak are now being allowed to go home.
Over the last few months, WCCO has shared plenty of stories about kids whose lives have been changed because of Washburn Center for Children. But now we’re focusing on one of the people who does the changing.
Sitting by the fire with her sister and mother, Destiny Cunningham sure seems like a well-adjusted 12-year old. You’d never know the trouble she was holding in four years ago, when she was just starting school at Longfellow Elementary in Minneapolis.
When high school students go back to school in Minneapolis in a little more than a week, many of them won’t have the option of riding the school bus. Instead they’ll have to take the city bus or light rail to school starting Aug. 27.
Minneapolis Washburn has quite a story to tell. The Millers are unbeaten, and they’ve won all their games without the home field advantage.
It feels like the high school football season just started, but we’re already at the midway point of fall. Conference titles are already on the line in some leagues, and some teams are still looking for their first win of the season.
The Bayfield County sheriff’s office says no alcohol or drugs were found in the blood of a 16-year-old boy who says he fatally struck a cross-country skier on Lake Superior in February.
A snowmobiler in northern Wisconsin found the body of a skier who was apparently struck and killed by a vehicle, and an Ashland man who says he was the vehicle’s driver has turned himself in.