Some Businesses Still Selling Tobacco Products To Those Under 21President Donald Trump signed the major change into law a few days before Christmas, signifying that it's now illegal to sell tobacco to those under 21 years of age.
Vikings Fans Celebrate After Stunning Playoff Victory Against Saints“You gotta just believe in them to the very last second, you never know what can happen and we fully believed in them and they made it happen,” said fan Alex.
'We Feel Pain': Realtor Monique Baugh, Mother Of 2, ID'd As Minneapolis Alley Shooting VictimThe family of a young mother is struggling to understand why a gunman fatally shot her in an alley.
'We Were Buried': 2019's Most Memorable Weather EventsThis early winter storm might as well be a dusting compared to the brutal beginning of 2019.
'It Makes You Feel Good': MINNCOR Program Brings Inmate-Made Art And Products To Pop-Up StoresThe Minnesota Department of Corrections’ MINNCOR program is helping inmates across six prisons learn technical and soft skills before transitioning back to society.
'We Fixed The Problem': Brooklyn Park Firefighter Creates Custom Equipment DryerLaundry might be the most important task especially after battling a fire, as dangerous carcinogens can coat a firefighter’s turnout gear, creating long-term health risks.
WCCO Gets Exclusive Ride-Along Look At St. Paul Police Force Fighting Gun ViolencePolice say there are at least 40 gangs in St. Paul, totaling between 650 and 900 members, with members making their own decision instead of relying structure and a hierarchy.
'It Touched All Of Us': Community Reeling From Triple Murder-Suicide That Left Kjersten Schladetzky & Her 2 Sons DeadFor many in south Minneapolis, it's hard if not impossible to describe the terrible sadness and shock in wake of Sunday's triple homicide and suicide.
Police: 2 Children, 2 Adults Dead In Apparent South Minneapolis Murder-SuicideAuthorities in Minneapolis are investigating after a shooting Sunday morning that left four people dead, including two children.
‘Isn’t Just A Fad’: Concordia University's Esports Team Helps Pay For CollegeCollege students are turning their passion for playing video games into a competitive sport that helps them pay for school.
Undercover Investigation Shows Some Delivery Drivers Tampering With FoodGetting your dinner delivered to you can be convenient -- but an undercover investigation could leave a bad taste in your mouth.
Wisconsin Gun Deer Season Opens, Hunters Vigilant For Chronic Wasting DiseaseIn Dunn County, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resouces reported a deer harvested during the recent bow season tested positive for CWD.
Minneapolis Neighborhood Under Alert After String Of Garage BurglariesFor the second time this month, a rash of garage burglaries has hit a neighborhood in the city’s southwest side.
Mpls. Police Investigating After 1 Killed In Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood ShootingFrom Vikings fans enjoying a victory strolling home to pet owners grabbing fresh air, Father Hennepin Park near the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis consistently has visitors. That’s all the more reason Saturday night's crime scene next to the park was a shock.
'I Was In Panic Mode': Phone Scammers Posing As Xcel Energy, Threatening To Cut PowerOn the coldest night of the season, one of the last things you'd want to hear is you're about to lose power -- but that's exactly what some scam artists are calling people about, claiming to be Xcel Energy.