What's Behind Minnesota's 'Very Unusual' Lack Of Mosquitos This Summer?“District wide we’re seeing lower mosquito numbers compared to what we usually see,” said Alex Carlson of the MMCD. “It’s been very unusual.”
Opioid Overdoses Have Spiked In Minnesota During PandemicThe opioid epidemic led to a record number of drug overdoses in the United States last year. The spike is happening in Minnesota, too.
WCCO Saturday Night Interview: Allina Health’s Vice President of Oncology Operations Mike KoroscikWCCO's Erin Hassanzadeh covered a lot of ground Saturday night speaking with cancer survivor and Allina Health Oncology Operations Manager Mike Koroscik.
Last Major I-35W Closure Ahead This Weekend In MinneapolisA multi-year road construction project will soon be in drivers’ rearview mirrors -- but not before a total weekend shutdown of Interstate 35W through south Minneapolis.
$167M Infusion To Energy Assistance Program To Help Minnesotans With Past Due Utility Bills
Laura Bishop, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Head, Steps Down Ahead Of Likely Ouster By State SenateMPCA Commissioner Laura Bishop resigned, Gov. Tim Walz’s office announced Tuesday, after Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka, R-East Gull Lake, notified him that the Senate is “refusing” to confirm her.
After 4 Decades, Nonprofit Still Helping Minnesotans Buy Homes Of Their DreamsIf you're house shopping right now, you know how competitive the market is. Inventory in the metro is still low and it's more important than ever to be prepared.
'Happy, But Also Not Happy': Community Reaction Mixed After Chauvin SentencingA general feeling of peace could be felt around the place, now commonly referred to as George Floyd Square. Dozens of people came out to honor Floyd’s life.
Saint Paul Regional Water Services Is Well-Equipped To Handle Heat And DroughtWCCO's Erin Hassanzadeh visited Saint Paul Regional Water Services in Maplewood to see how local systems are holding up.
Twin Cities Among Metro Areas Included In Biden Plan To Curb Violent CrimeUnder the administration's plan, the Justice Department is announcing a new "zero tolerance" policy for gun dealers who violate federal law.
How Minnesota's Power Grid Handles The HeatWe've had the hottest start to June on record. With more AC cranking days on the way, we wondered how our power grid is handling the heat.