Wisconsin Village Leader Charged With Water Meter TamperingThe leader of a Wisconsin village is in hot water, accused of messing with the meter on his home, and possibly costing the community thousands of dollars.
'Perfect Timing To Go': MEA Marking One Of The Busiest Travel Weekends Of The FallFor Minnesota students, there'll be no getting up early on Thursday. MEA break is underway in Minnesota, and it's marking one of the busiest travel weekends of the fall.
St. Paul Parents Fighting Back Against Plan To Close 5 District SchoolsParents packed a school board meeting in St. Paul Tuesday night -- one week after the district announced it might close four elementary schools and a high school because of low enrollment -- to urge the board to vote the proposal down.
COVID-19 Near-Death Survivor Thanks Hospital-At-Home Program For RecoveryWith COVID-19 cases rising, and flu season officially here, a local program is freeing up beds by discharging patients earlier or helping them avoid the hospital altogether.
'Community Is The Answer To Racism': George Floyd's 48th Birthday Celebrated In MinneapolisGeorge Floyd is known around the world because of the way he died. But on Thursday, people celebrated the way he lived.
The Quest To Count Every Single Tree In Minnesota Just Got A Lot EasierWhat took foresters 20 years is now possible in less than five, thanks to lidar technology.
Mall Of America Offers BIPOC Store Owners Rent-Free Space For 3 MonthsA program is giving small, local companies a chance at something big.
'She Was A Light Everywhere She Went': Autumn Merrick ID'd As Woman On Scooter Killed In Crash Following Shootout In Downtown Mpls.Two cars collided in the North Loop after exchanging gunfire throughout downtown, and one of them hit a woman riding a scooter on the sidewalk.
Health Leaders Encourage Regular COVID Testing To Stave Off Fall Surge“The vaccine is like a great umbrella, but it is raining COVID outside and you might still get wet, and so that’s why we’re saying test as well,” MDH's Dan Huff said.
Minnesotans Spending More Money To Insure Their Homes“We’re seeing stronger storms, they’re more severe, they’re more frequent, they’re more intense, and that’s causing an increase in claims costs, and because the claims costs are going up that means premiums are going up,” Mark Kulda said.
After 18 Months, Theater In Minneapolis Makes A Comeback, And Downtown Restaurants RejoiceFor the first time in 18 months, the curtains will lift again at two well-known Minneapolis theaters.
Looking For A Seasonal Job? You're In Luck, With Incentives AplentySome of Minnesota's biggest companies are looking for part-time seasonal help, and some of the incentives are tempting.
Dogs Enduring 'Extra Bad' Year For Allergies, Veterinary Dermatologist SaysIt's the time of year many of us love to be outside -- but it's also tough on our allergies. It turns out that you may not be the only one in your home with stuffy noses and itchy eyes.
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.
For Quarter-Century, Immigrant Law Center Has Been Helping Paths To Citizenship In MinnesotaFor 25 years, the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota has been helping people across the state with immigration legal services at no cost.