Discredited Eden Prairie Detective Fighting Misconduct ChargesAttorney Paul Rogosheske says his client is a highly honored and respected drug detective who made a simple clerical mistake on the warrant in question.
Former Minnesota Woman Seriously Injured By Humpback WhaleOne look at her underwater photography and you immediately feel Melissa Thomas' passion.
Duluth Cleaning Up From Damaging Lake Superior Nor'easterCrews and homeowners are mopping up from a destructive October storm along the North Shore. Enormous waves from Lake Superior came roaring ashore Wednesday, damaging the lakewalk and flooding streets in Duluth.
Minnesota's AG Sues Police Charity For Fraud And Misleading AppealPerhaps you've received one of its letters asking for charitable donations.
St. Paul City Leaders Propose $15 Minimum Wage OrdinanceSt. Paul officials have announced a proposal to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Benefit Slated For Northeast Minneapolis Barber Fighting CancerLike the chairs of his barbershop, Tom Olsen is a fixture in the northeast Minneapolis neighborhood.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Marching Band In MinnesotaHigh school marching bands became prolific in Minnesota mainly after World War I, when veterans with service band experience came home and accepted teaching jobs.
Law Enforcement Wants More Treatment, Less PrisonAbout 100 area law enforcement and criminal justice leaders met in St. Paul on Thursday to consider alternatives to incarceration.
Soldier's WWI Diary Opens Doors To His Descendants On an overcast October day, parks workers raise the stars and stripes over above Victory Memorial Drive.
Officer Parise’s Procession Saddens Stillwater ResidentsIn a town with historic ties to people working in corrections, Stillwater residents are sharing the sadness. Stillwater Mayor Ted Kozlowski stood on the corner of Churchill and Fourth streets Tuesday to pay his final respects to fallen corrections officer Joseph Parise.
U Of M, Fairview Health Services Announce PartnershipFairview's financial support expands from about $38 million to close to $100 million by 2023.
Report: 2017 Minnesota’s Deadliest Fire Year Since 1995A new report says Minnesota saw the most deaths caused by fires in 2017 than it has seen in more than 20 years.