Legislative Auditor Finds Serious Problems with State Corrections FacilitiesYet changes won't come without the dollars to fix what's broke.
Pair Of Minnesota Bills Would Target Under-21 Tobacco Purchases, All Flavored Vaping ProductsThe proposal to ban all vape and tobacco sales to those under 21 has wide bipartisan support. However, it's less clear if Republicans would back the all-out ban on flavored products.
Minnesota's Operating Under A 10-15% Vacancy Rate Among Bus DriversThe lack of drivers means other employees are having to step in to drive buses. It also means some field trips and after school activities have been cancelled.
St. Paul Police: Man, 23, Arrested After Woman's Death In ApartmentA 23-year-old St. Paul man is in custody and a woman is dead after an overnight incident in St. Paul.
8 Twin Cities Chefs, 3 Mpls. Restaurants Named Semifinalists For James Beard AwardsEight Twin Cities chefs and three restaurants have been named semifinalists in the most prestigious awards given to the nation’s restaurants and chefs.
Air Force Vet Walking From Minn. To Fla. To Raise Money For Wounded Warriors ProjectAn Air Force veteran is walking from Minnesota to Florida to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Project.
Excellent Educator: Academy For Sciences & Agriculture High School's Katie CrowleyIt's a student-teacher relationship that almost feels like family, even more so when you hear what they call her: "Mom."
Wisconsin Teacher In South Korea Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Calls Scene 'Eerie'Oshkosh, Wisconsin native Peter Lenz is teaching English in Daegu right now. Many schools, including his, cancelled classes until March 9.
WCCO Investigates Heating Concerns At Affordable Housing Building In Minneapolis"I can’t afford to live somewhere else now. I shouldn’t be forced out of my home because of weather, it should be warm," Lucas said.
What Causes Back Pain? And How Can One Minimize It?According to the American Chiropractic Association, back pain will happen to 80-percent of people in their lifetimes.
Pothole Season Arrives Ahead Of Schedule, Here's How To Report ThemSt. Paul officials say it’s sometime later in March before they can open their asphalt plant to start the hot mix. That’s the repair that sticks and makes a difference in your drive.
At Debate, Amy Klobuchar Warns In-Fighting Will Lead To Trump Winning In November"If we spend the next four months tearing each other apart, Donald Trump will spend the next four years tearing our country apart," Amy Klobuchar said.
The Questions To Ask And The Plans To Make As Coronavirus Cases MultiplyFrom your children's school, to your place of work, to your own home, the virus has the potential to interrupt everyday lives in some way. And having a plan is what health experts want people to create.
Fire Guts Downtown Alexandria, 20 Residents Left HomelessThe State Fire Marshall's office will be assisting local investigators in the search for a cause and origin to the fire.
'It Bleeds Into The Moment We Are In': June Marks 100-Year Anniversary Of Lynching Of 3 Black Men In DuluthElias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Isaac McGhie are remembered with the first memorial to a lynching in this country.