How Minnesota Manufacturers Have Weathered Supply Chain DisruptionsGlobal supply chain issues may have finally hit its peak. Disruptions and inflation hit several sectors hard, and it’s still having an impact.
Judge Orders Mercy Hospital To Keep COVID Patient On VentilatorA judge in Anoka County has ordered Mercy Hospital to keep a patient battling COVID-19 on a ventilator, the latest development in an ongoing legal battle with the man's family.
Synthetic Antibody Helping Shield COVID From Some Minnesota Cancer Patients, Organ Recipients“People have actually figured out how to make an antibody that targets the COVID virus," Dr. Bryan Jarabek said.
Omicron May Be Mild For Most Adults, But It's A Cause For Concern In Young Kids“We have been seeing the highest number of admissions of patients with COVID than we have throughout this entire pandemic,” said Children’s Minnesota Infection Preventionist Joe Kurland.
'I Was Basically In Tears': Minnesota Health Care Workers Get Big Show Of Support On Christmas MorningAn act of kindness on Christmas day will likely stick with a group of health care workers well into the new year.
ATF Technology Helps Connect Guns To Crime ScenesThe Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives runs a nationwide computer database that helps local police solve crimes. Entries quadrupled between 2019 and 2020.
'What Happened Is Inexcusable': Hennepin Co. Sheriff Hutchinson Says He Won't Resign After DWI ConvictionIn his first TV interview, Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson says he won't resign, and he plans to run for re-election.
Gov. Walz Talks Getting COVID, Plans Moving Forward To Fight OmicronMinnesota is preparing for a jump in COVID cases, with one ofthe most recent to be infected is the governor himself.
COVID Testing In High Demand Ahead Of Holiday Gatherings: 'People Want To Know'“People want to know. They don’t want to get their relatives sick. They don’t want to spread it to anybody else,” Bob Fulton said.
How A Twin Cities Nonprofit Has Worked For Decades To Close The Racial Wealth GapMeda, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit, has worked to help BIPOC businesses for decades. CEO Alfredo Martel says it was born out of a similar time 50 years ago, after the Plymouth Avenue civil unrest in 1967. Martel says now is just as critical as ever to work to close the racial wealth gap.
'I'm Proud': Golden Valley Police Commander Becomes 1st Black Officer On Department's Command StaffA Golden Valley Police Commander is making history. Alice White is the first African American to serve on the department's command staff.
'I Got A Second Chance': Sioux Falls Father Of 5 Gets Double-Lung Transplant After COVID DamageWhen COVID-19 ravaged Nathan Foote's lungs, a double-lung transplant was his only hope.
FBI Minneapolis Field Office Looking To Recruit More Women: 'Our Goal Is To Reflect The Community That We Work In'We watch female agents catching bad guys every week on the "FBI" shows that air on WCCO. Our local field office hopes Minnesota women will consider real-life careers as special agents. Jennifer Mayerle experienced part of the training to see what it takes.
'Hard For Them To Get Beyond Self-Defense': Legal Expert Unpacks Rittenhouse AcquittalThe Rittenhouse verdict is getting a lot of reaction. The jury deliberated for more about 26 hours. Legal expert Joe Tamburino, who is not involved in this case, watched the trial closely.
'Long Live The Hero': Friends, Family Remember Minneapolis Man Who Died Trying To Stop A CrimeA Twin Cities man is charged with murder, accused of shooting a good Samaritan who tried to stop a crime. WCCO heard from a family about the loved one they lost, and spoke with a woman who nearly became the next victim.