WCCO Saturday Night Interview: Dr. Domingo Perez Discusses Prevelant Cancers Among Hispanic WomenWCCO's Erin Hassanzadeh and Dr. Domingo Perez covered a lot of ground Saturday night. The pair discussed growing concerns over cancers prevalent among Hispanic women and healthcare disparities that play a role in the issue.
Willmar Community Bands Together To Support Father Of Twins After Wife's Untimely Death To CancerA western Minnesota community is supporting a local pastor and his young family after life took a tragic turn. WCCO went to Willmar where an outpouring of love is helping a father heal.
Twin Cities Mental Health Counselor Determined to Fight CancerA Twin Cities counselor who spent the last year helping hundreds of teens and families struggling with mental health is now asking for help from the community.
Rep. Jim Hagedorn Announces Recurrence Of Kidney CancerThe Republican congressman was first diagnosed with stage IV kidney cancer in February of 2019.
Song About Missing A Loved One Helps Kids Going Through GriefJace and Emmy Lu Muller's mother Amie died of cancer four years ago. They've been going through grief counseling at school, through a special program.
Twins Bench Coach Mike Bell Takes Indefinite Leave For Kidney CancerMinnesota Twins bench coach Mike Bell has taken an indefinite leave from the team because of kidney cancer.
'Clouds,' A New Film About Zach Sobiech's Life And Times, Now Available To Stream"Clouds" is the name of the song Sobiech wrote and sang, which inspired people around the world. A book that his mother wrote about how he lived during his terminal cancer diagnosis formed the backbone for the movie.
'Clouds' Songwriter Zach Sobiech's Battle With Osteosarcoma At The Center Of New Disney+ MovieThe song "Clouds" is how many came to know Zach Sobiech. The teenager wrote and performed the catchy tune and who lived while he was dying.
Cancer Can't Sideline Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Football Coach Steve Jipson: 'The Fight Is On'High School football is making a comeback in Minnesota, and so is a beloved coach.
'People Have To Take This Thing Seriously': Bird Island Man Recounts His Experience After Testing Positive For COVID-19He was tested a week before the Minnesota Department of Health created stricter guidelines on who could be tested in the state due to limited supply of testing materials.
With Baby Son Given Weeks To Live, Parents Vow To Enjoy Every Moment Of LifeBrice McArdle has been diagnosed with ETMR, a rare form of brain cancer, and has been given 2 to 10 weeks to live. His parents are helping him live life to the fullest.
Family Pleads For Return Of Stolen iPad With Last Video Of Boy Who Died From Brain CancerSomeone broke into Topher Braddock's business this week, Akagi Jiu Jitsu, and took the family's iPad. It held the last images and video they had to remember of their 12-year-old son, Grey Braddock, who lost his battle with brain cancer last summer.
Minnesota Congressman Jim Hagedorn Reveals Cancer BattleMinnesota Congressman Jim Hagedorn says cancer will not stop him from seeking re-election this fall.
Are We Winning The War Against Cancer?Death rates from cancer have been falling for 25 years and are now the lowest they’ve ever been.
Northern Iowa Woman Accused Of Faking Cancer To Collect DonationsJennifer Hope Mikesell, of Northwood, is charged with ongoing criminal conduct, theft, fraudulent practices and forgery.