'Being Black In America Should Not Be A Death Sentence': Officials Respond To George Floyd's DeathHis name was George Floyd. He can be seen on a video Darnella Frazier posted to Facebook, shouting "Please, please, please I can't breathe," as a Minneapolis police officer held him down for minutes.
'I Can't Even Describe It': Use-Of-Force Experts Say Police Restrained George Floyd For Too LongIn Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway.
Will There Be Camp This Summer? Should There Be?WCCO's Heather Brown reached out to several summer programs and received a variety of responses.
What Kind Of Restraint Is Considered Legal During An Arrest?The fatal arrest of George Floyd re-ignites the debate over what type of restraint is considered okay during an arrest.
Minnesota Weather: Tornado Warnings Cancelled In Twin Cities Metro; More Severe Storms Possible Tuesday EveningMinnesota is in the midst of severe weather Tuesday evening.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Patients Needing Intensive Care Hits New HighAs the number of COVID-19 patients needing intensive care continues to climb, Minnesota Department of Health officials say it's partly due to loosening restrictions on elective procedures.
MPD Chief Arradondo: 4 Police Officers Fired Following Death Of George FloydGeorge Floyd was arrested Sunday night for an alleged forgery at a deli. Officers say he resisted arrest before one of the officers kneeled on Floyd's neck.
Hudson Becomes Escape From Restrictions For Many Minnesotans, Causing Problems For BusinessesThe longer wait for restaurants to reopen in Minnesota has lead to some unforeseen problems for the border town.
Coronavirus Updates: Latest COVID-19 Headlines From May 26, 2020Here are the latest updates in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Good Question: Can Air Conditioning Put Us At Risk For COVID-19?As the weather heats up, homes and offices will start running air conditioners, circulating what people breathe. So, that had some WCCO viewers wanting to know: Can AC put us at risk for COVID-19? Good Question.
Hundreds Of Isolated Seniors, Patients Now Connecting To Loved Ones With Donated TabletsLast month, WCCO reported on a group trying to bridge the gap by donating tablets to hospitals so patients could video call their families. Just weeks later, hundreds now have the power to do just that.
'I'm Happy That Minneapolis Is Doing This': Minnesota's Largest City Gears Up For Face Mask RequirementStarting Tuesday, everyone will have to wear a mask or face covering when inside publicly-accessible buildings in Minneapolis.
Driving Tests Resume Tuesday In Minnesota; Priority Given To Those Previously CancelledStudent drivers can once again take their road tests.
‘Safe Outdoor Activity’: Minn. Boat Sharing Rental Co. Sees Huge Demand During PandemicYour Boat Club, a boat sharing rental company, saw nearly a 300% increase in new memberships compared to this time last year. And the company implemented safety policies and new cleaning procedures.
Local Animal Rescue Asking For Help Saving Paralyzed PupThe seven-week-old puppy, named Survivor, was found in the woods in Alabama with bullet puncture wounds in his back and unable to walk.