Coronavirus Update: Cruise Ships Carrying Minnesota Passengers Approved To Dock In FloridaThe ships from Holland America have been kept at sea for days over worries about COVID-19. At least six Minnesotans are on board.
Lois Riess, Serving Life In Florida Prison For Woman's Murder, Extradited To Minnesota For Husband's MurderConvicted killer Lois Riess could soon be on her way back to Minnesota.
Air Force Vet Walking From Minn. To Fla. To Raise Money For Wounded Warriors ProjectAn Air Force veteran is walking from Minnesota to Florida to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Project.
Twins Fans, Nelson Cruz Having A Ball At Spring TrainingSpring training season is in full swing. The Minnesota Twins have already played several games in Florida.
Extradition Underway To Bring Convicted Killer Lois Riess To MinnesotaSheriff's officials in Minnesota have started the extradition process to bring a woman convicted of killing her look-alike in Florida back to the state to face charges in her husband's slaying.
'Killer Grandma' Lois Riess Pleads Guilty To Murdering Florida Woman, Stealing Her IdentityThe Minnesota woman who became known as "the killer grandma" met her fate in court Tuesday.
11-Foot Alligator Enters Florida HomeMany people would call this a nightmare: Imagine waking up to this massive gator inside your house.
Man Charged In Florida In Stillwater Woman's 1984 DeathPamela Cahanes, 25, was found strangled to death two days after graduating from the Navy Training Center in Orlando.
Accused Of 2 Killings, Lois Riess To Make Court Appearance In FloridaLois Riess is currently in custody in Fort Myers Beach. The 56-year-old is due before a judge Thursday for a case management conference.
Florida Pipe Bomb Suspect Was Once Charged In MinnesotaThe man arrested in Florida for allegedly mailing crude pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of President Donald Trump was once charged in Minnesota with theft and drug possession.
WCCO Phone Bank Raises 97K For Hurricane ReliefA week after Hurricane Michael mangled the Florida Panhandle, the work to pick up the pieces seems as daunting as ever. It will likely take months or years to restore the damage from 155 mile-per-hour winds in Mexico Beach.