Walz, Flanagan Announce $12 Million Effort To Combat Hunger In Minnesota Amid COVID-19Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan on Wednesday announced a $12 million effort to combat hunger in Minnesota in the wake of COVID-19.
3M Open To Support COVID-19 And Social Justice Initiatives This Year3M Open officials on Wednesday announced its 2020 charitable giving efforts will be directed largely towards supporting COVID-19 and social justice initiatives.
Task Force Formed To Address Surge Of Violence In The Twin CitiesTo address the recent spike of violence in the Twin Cities, additional federal and state officials are being tasked with investigating, apprehending and prosecuting the perpetrators.
Sheriff: Driver Suffers Minor Injuries After Semi-Truck Overturns In Eden Lake TownshipAuthorities in Stearns County say a semi-truck driver sustained minor injuries after a crash in Eden Lake Township Tuesday.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 463 More COVID-19 Cases Reported; 8 More DeathsIn the last 24 hours, Minnesota added 463 cases of COVID-19 to its tally and an additional eight deaths.
Carver County Approves $450K Settlement With Family Of Archer Amorosi The Carver County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a $450,000 settlement with the parents of Archer Amorosi, a Minnetonka High School student shot and killed by deputies outside his Chanhassen home in 2018.
Federal Officials Offer Reward For Info On Those Who Burned Minneapolis Post OfficesFederal officials are offering a reward for information on those who set fire to two Minneapolis post offices during the nights of unrest following George Floyd’s death.
Minnesota Weather: Excessive Heat Warning Issued Wednesday For The Twin Cities Hot and steamy weather has been the trend this month, but Wednesday’s heat is expected to hit another level.
What Are Schools Doing To Plan For Fall Classes?On Tuesday, Gov. Tim Walz said the state’s goal was to get as many students as possible back in to the classroom buildings in a safe way this fall.
Edina Mayor Says COVID-19 Cases Increasing Rapidly Among Youth, Urges CautionEdina health officials say they're noticing a dramatic shift in the demographics for who is testing positive for COVID-19 in the city, and they say young people don't seem to be getting it from places like bars or restaurants.
Cub Foods To Open 2 Pop-Up Tent Locations To Fight Food Deserts After George Floyd UnrestTwo Minneapolis grocery stores damaged in the riots following George Floyd's death in late May will reopen to help communities struggling with access to fresh groceries.
E. Coli Closes Beaches At Two Minneapolis LakesBad bacteria is shutting down some popular beaches in Minneapolis.
Semi Slams Into Pedestrian Overpass Following Crash On Highway 100 In EdinaA crash Tuesday morning in the south metro resulted in a semi truck slamming into a pedestrian overpass.
How One Minnesota Man Caught A Lifetime's Worth Of Fish On Lake Of The Woods"I know I caught well over 60 fish over 25 inches. And probably 150 to 200 walleyes total," TJ Harig said. 
Faces Of COVID-19: 63-Year-Old Single Mother Of 6 Remembered By Children After Battling CoronavirusWCCO begins an ongoing series, sharing the stories of some of the people lost in Minnesota and western Wisconsin to the pandemic.