Minnesotans Urged To Help Fight Spike In Hunger This Holiday This holiday season, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light the things we have to be thankful for, such as having a Thanksgiving meal to put on the table.
Crock-Pot Recalling Pressure Cooker Over Lid Issue That Left Nearly 100 People BurnedCrock-Pot is recalling nearly 1 million multi-cookers due to a pressure cooker lid malfunction that has reportedly left almost 100 users with burns.
Minnesota Voter Turnout Nears 80% In 2020, A ‘Modern-Day Record'Minnesota is No. 1 in the country for voter turnout for the third time in a row, with nearly 80% of eligible voters participating.
What Will Black Friday Look Like At The Mall Of America This Year?Black Friday shoppers heading to stores this weekend will notice some changes. For instance, that traditional morning mad dash won't be happening. Still, many places will be open, including the nation's largest shopping mall, the Mall of America.
Where Exactly Do Your Thanksgiving Meal Essentials Come From?If any Minnesotan family is having turkey this Thanksgiving, there’s a very good chance the bird was grown and processed in Minnesota.
Faces Of COVID: Businessman Jeff Durant's Generosity Flowed Until The Very EndA Twin Cities family is in grief after losing a beloved business owner to COVID last week.
Holiday Shopping Phishing Scams Skyrocket Amid PandemicCOVID-19 has many doing their holiday shopping in front of a computer screen. But that great deal that pops up in your inbox could be something more sinister.
Reality Check: The Career And Legacy Of Pat KesslerWhat don't you know about Pat Kessler? We dig in for this special Reality Check.
'I'm OK With It': Some Continue To Travel Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayAs millions of Americans prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, health officials are hoping people heed the warning and stay home.
WCCO Bids Farewell To Pat Kessler, Political Reporter ExtraordinaireWCCO is celebrating our friend and colleague Pat Kessler as he begins his retirement.
Viral Video: Squirrel Gets Drunk In Twin Cities BackyardAn Inver Grove Heights woman accidentally got her backyard squirrel drunk.
Shipt Partners With Midtown Global Market To Highlight Minority-Owned BusinessesBusiness for tenants of Minneapolis's Midtown Global Market has been tough, but new relief is in sight.
Minneapolis Police Still Waiting For Outside Officers To Help Boost Dwindling RanksThe city of Minneapolis approved $500,000 for the police department to contract help from other agencies. A week and half later, MPD still doesn't have any additional officers on the streets.
Gopher Football On Pause Due To COVID Cases; Badgers Border Battle CancelledThe Golden Gophers football team has paused all activities due to an increase of COVID-19 cases in the program.
For 1st Time, Wisconsin Has Triple-Digit Newly Reported COVID DeathsWisconsin health officials on Tuesday are reporting 104 additional COVID-19 deaths in the state, the first time the state has seen newly reported deaths from the virus in the triple-digits.