Minnesota Gearing Up For A Future Full Of Electric CarsThe Minnesota Department of Transportation announced a new plan to make transit more environmentally friendly. High on the list: Getting more people in electric vehicles.
Minnesota School Nurse Says Vaping Is 'Skyrocketing' Among StudentsThe Centers for Disease Control’s youth tobacco survey shows more than one in four teens are using e-cigarettes.
'Come From Away' And 9/11's Real-Life Story Of HopeOn Sept. 11, 2001, Minnetonka’s LuAnn Yattaw was somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean, on her way back from vacation, when the Federal Aviation Administration ordered all planes grounded.
What Are They Doing, Exactly? A Look Inside Construction Sites On Busy Minneapolis RoadsMinneapolis Public Works, addressing a common complaint from drivers, showed WCCO a usually inaccessible part of construction sites, to clear up how it works and why people might not actually see any work getting done.
MN Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Defamed H.S. CoachesParents who defame public high school coaches can now face a lawsuit if they go too far, according to a landmark ruling issued by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
'Like A Dream Come True': U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Brings Victory Tour To St. Paul’s Allianz FieldThe United States Women's soccer team got a big Minnesota welcome Tuesday night.
‘No Regrets’: Holly Manthei On Throwing Away World Cup MedalFor Holly Manthei, soccer set the foundation for the rest of life. And she, a former Burnsville High School, turned 1995 World Cup player, was part of the foundation that set history.
Sweet Martha's Cookie Jar Turns 40It is the 40th anniversary of one of the most iconic Minnesota State Fair treats. Martha Olson opened Sweet Martha's Cookie Jar the summer of 1979-- and it's safe to say she's come a long way since.
Now Is A Good Time To Consider RefinancingAn estimated 10.2 million Americans can benefit from refinancing their mortgage, according to professionals at First Class Mortgage in Maple Grove.
Back-To-School Shopping Comparison: Target, Walmart & AmazonThe cost of school supplies can almost double depending on the retailer, WCCO found.
Many Teachers Spend More Than $100 For Students' School SuppliesAccording to a WCCO survey, involving more than 1,000 of Minnesota’s educators, some districts will give stipends to cover the cost of school supplies.