The Cost Of Doing Good: WCCO Investigates Salvation Army SpendingDonations help the Salvation Army serve the less fortunate around the world. But when the charity built a half-million dollar home for local leaders, some staff members started questioning where the money goes.
'Shots Have Been Fired’: 911 Transcripts Released In Bus ShootingThe Minnesota State Patrol has released transcripts for the 911 calls made after the shooting of a bus driver on I-35W in Minneapolis, including from the suspected shooter.
Jerry Westrom Arrested In 1993 Cold Case Murder Of Jeanne Ann ChildsA man accused in a 1993 cold case murder that took place in Minneapolis has been arrested.
'Being A Normal Person, Finally, Makes Me Happy': Teen Hit By Car Comes Home From HospitalA teenager struck in a crosswalk in November is home after months of physical therapy.
Minnesotans Revel In Fresh Snow FunThe below zero temperatures didn't scare snow lovers off. They took advantage of the fresh powder and got outdoors for some Friday fun.
CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Man Shoots School Bus Driver On I-35W In MinneapolisVideo released Wednesday shows the bizarre shooting of a school bus driver on I-35W in Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon.
Looks Like Pot But It's Not: Questions Surround Sale Of CBD Flowers A plant that looks and smells like marijuana has found its way onto store shelves in Minnesota. The CBD flower is derived from hemp. It's the latest product claiming to help with everything from anxiety to seizures.
'Ticking Time Bomb': The Threat Opioid Distribution Sites Pose To The PublicEvery day, those on the front lines of the opioid crisis work to prevent deaths by stopping sales of the deadly drugs. Even in extreme cold, the DEA task force braved subzero temperatures and executed a search warrant on Wednesday. They said they had to move in to keep the community safe.
Federal Workers Respond To Shutdown Deal With Relief, UncertaintyThere is great relief for hundreds of thousands of federal workers with word of Friday's temporary deal to end the government shutdown.
TSA Workers At MSP Airport Support Each Other With Makeshift Food BankTravelers going through security at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport continue to see the highest wait times in the country, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
Food Concerns Mount As Government Shutdown ContinuesAs day 28 of the federal shutdown comes to a close, fears of the continued strain on food shelves and federal food assistance programs grows.
Jayme Closs Kidnapping Suspect Applied For Job On Day She EscapedAttorneys for the man accused of kidnapping a Wisconsin teenager and killing her parents say his confession could be a problem in his defense.