Sports Betting Bill To Be Introduced This Week At Minnesota CapitolTwo Minnesota lawmakers will introduce a bill this week to legalize sports betting.
Ice Bars Are Heating Things Up In The Twin CitiesA new trend is getting people heading outside for an ice-cold drink.
Minneapolis Holds Buy Black Youth Expos 3 Consecutive SaturdaysThe organizer says it's been a tough year and she wanted to create a space for community and to support young people.
Sen. Tina Smith Urges Biden Administration To Ensure Free COVID Vaccine For AllMinnesota Sen. Tina Smith is calling on the Biden administration to make sure the COVID-19 vaccine is free for all.
Expert: Spring Break Travel Will Likely Lead To Wave Of COVID Variant InfectionsHealth experts say spring break is when we could see a wave of infections from the COVID-19 variant that recently arrived in Minnesota from the United Kingdom.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Says Bed Bath And Beyond, Kohl's To Drop His Products; Dominion Voting Systems Threatens To SueMyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said in an interview Saturday that Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl's are among the retailers that will stop selling his products due to his continued support of conspiracy theories related to President Donald Trump's election loss.
Why Are Debit Cards Being Issued For The 2nd Stimulus Payment? Also, How To Avoid ScamsThe second round of federal stimulus payments have been slow in reaching some bank accounts, and they're causing some confusion.
Travel Company To Refund $655K To Minnesota Music StudentsA Colorado-based travel company has agreed to refund more than $650,000 to several hundred Minnesota music students after COVID-19 scuttled their trip to Europe last spring.
Amid Pandemic, Many Minnesotans Say They'd Donate Lottery Winnings To Those In NeedYour odds of winning the Minnesota Mega Millions Jackpot are roughly one in 302 million. Still, WCCO wondered what some of you would do with the money.
8 In 10 Americans Plan To Splurge When Things Return To Normal After COVIDOn the other hand, 15% say they don't feel like they're going to be financially secure ever again.
Pandemic Leads Neighbors To Bond With Weekly Restaurant TakeoutLast spring, a small group of neighbors in Bloomington decided they wanted to do what they could to support local restaurants. From there, the interest grew, and the results are better than they ever expected.