'Such A Huge Role': The 1,500 Volunteers Making The KPMG Women's PGA Championship Happen The KMPG PGA Women's Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Course is next week and finishing touches are being put on the course, with 1,500 volunteers being called in for training.
Community Group Pushes For Changes Over Pollution ConcernsA community watchdog group formed after learning a manufacturing plant exposed them to cancer-causing pollution for years.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links (June 8, 2019)Jennifer Mayerle and Mike Augustyniak covered a lot of ground in this week's WCCO Saturday Morning show. Here are links for more information.
Mama Bear, 4 Yearlings Return To Backyard In BrahamA mama bear and her four yearlings are back in a Braham backyard. Last year, the bear and her cubs also made an appearance. Marni Steltz says she is glad the family paid her another visit.
Minnesota Weather: Storms Roll Over Minnesota With High Winds, HailSevere thunderstorms have rolled across central and southern Minnesota, bringing winds gusting up to 80 mph, multiple reports of hail and cutting power to more than 4,000 people.
Mpls. Police Say Bde Maka Ska Pavilion Fire Case 'Progressing Properly'Police have identified a suspect in the pavilion fire at Bde Maka Ska, but they may not arrest him right away.
Drivers Finding Water In Tanks Due To Seepage At Gas StationsInvestigators with office under the Department of Commerce routinely look for water inside underground gas tanks.
Lois Riess Charged In Minnesota For Death Of HusbandA Minnesota woman who triggered a nationwide manhunt a year ago has been charged in her husband's murder in Dodge County.
How To Avoid Falling Victim To Credit Card SkimmersWCCO pored over police reports and found officers uncovered at least 18 credit card skimmers last year in cities from Burnsville to Eden Prairie to Maplewood.
Lawyer Represents Minnesota Community Concerned About Cancer"It's been cancer, it's been birth defects, it's rheumatological issues, it's been neurological issues. TCE has a long breadth of diseases and problems it causes,” Salita said.
A Community Shares Concerns Over Cancer CasesA Twin Cities manufacturer shocked its neighbors when it made an alarming admission: A cancer-causing chemical had been leaking for years. Leaders asked, "How did this happen?" And we asked, "How are the people?" Our answers have a troubling theme.
When Does MnDOT Pay For Pothole-Inflicted Damage?Spring can make for a bumpy ride. It's what Minnesotans call pothole season, and striking a big one can be costly.
MOA Celebrates Families In Honor Of Military Spouse Appreciation DayThe Mall of America asked people to submit stories in honor of Military Spouse Appreciation Day. As a thank you, they gave five Minnesotans a day of pampering and fun.
Shakopee Passes Ban On Buying Certain Gift Cards With Credit CardsYou will soon have to show an ID to buy certain gift cards with a credit card in Shakopee.
First Avenue Exhibit Debuts At Minnesota History CenterThe legendary First Avenue is on display at the Minnesota History Center.