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.
'We Had To Do Something': Ham Lake, Forest Lake Take Different Approaches To July 4th CelebrationsDespite fireworks cancellations across Minnesota, the Ham Lake City Council voted unanimously to let the show go on at Lion's Park.
Minnesota Man Receives COVID-19 Positive Results Soon After FlyingA Minneapolis woman's son flew on an airplane and found out soon after that he was positive for COVID-19. When she tried to alert the airline, she was surprised at the company's response.
Lawmakers Seek Community Input For 'The Renaissance Of Lake Street' After George Floyd UnrestMinneapolis' Lake Street, Midtown and West Broadway are all corridors that will need to at least be partially rebuilt after the unrest following the death of George Floyd -- and the state wants to help with the community's input.
Minneapolis Police Department Reports Increased Hostility Toward OfficersWhen Minneapolis police were called to a shooting near the George Floyd memorial Friday night, officers were met with resistance, and had trouble getting to the man who needed help.
Educators To Fill In Gaps That Textbooks Lack Mentioning JuneteenthIt's the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth. But some are just now learning about it.
North Minneapolis Garden Sees Appetite For Involvement And HealingMichael Kuykindall started a community garden with Queen Frye last year, with help from nonprofit Appetite for Change. Turning a vacant lot near Penn Avenue and West Broadway Avenue into a thriving garden.
'It Was So Cool Of Him': Bloomington Jefferson Principal Giving Personalized Graduation CeremoniesEvery day for the past few days, Jefferson High School principal Jaysen Anderson goes the extra mile or two to properly mark an important milestone for graduating seniors.
'Your Guess Is As Good As Mine': Retail Expert Says Minnesota Businesses In Uncharted Territory As Many Reopen During PandemicWith COVID-19 cases growing in Minnesota, and with shops slowly opening for business, customers are being forced to decide if they're willing to take on the risk of getting sick.
St. Paul Fire Department, Police Investigating Dozens Of Arson Cases After George Floyd UnrestSeventy-two hours of burning, looting and destruction brought the St. Paul Fire Department three months' worth of work in three days.
'People Want To Get Out': Despite Pandemic, There's Plenty Of Summer Fun To Be HadIt's a summer many will spend close to home, but it doesn't have to be spent inside your four walls.
Lake Street Store Manager Activated Into Duty After His Business Was Looted, BurnedAfter watching the store he managed get looted and burned, he was asked to put on his uniform and help calm the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
'That's A Start': George Floyd's Loved Ones, Legal Teams React To News Of Charges Against Ex-Officers"We have to realize that to get justice in this case, it took the world to shake."
GoFundMe Dispute Flares Up After Minneapolis Barber Shop Burns During George Floyd UnrestWhen WCCO viewers saw a popular north Minneapolis barber shop be destroyed by flames, they quickly stepped in to help out.
Hundreds Of Isolated Seniors, Patients Now Connecting To Loved Ones With Donated TabletsLast month, WCCO reported on a group trying to bridge the gap by donating tablets to hospitals so patients could video call their families. Just weeks later, hundreds now have the power to do just that.