'The Whole Entire Situation Changed My Life': Kyla Avant Overcame Obstacles After Hit And Run Incident An Edina teenager hit at her bus stop overcame major obstacles this year: physical therapy, going back to school, followed by distance learning and graduation.
'I Literally Thought I Was Going To Die': Man Recalls Terrifying Moment Tornado Hit Repair Shop, Killing FriendA tornado blamed for killing one person and injuring two others Wednesday evening may have been stronger than an EF-3. WCCO's Jennifer Mayerle spoke with a survivor, who was in the same building as the man who died.
Legal Expert: Officer Thomas Lane's Motion To Dismiss Case Against Him Will Be 'Tough Decision' For JudgeWCCO spoke with Susan Gaertner, who has been both a county attorney and criminal defense attorney, about Thomas Lane's motion to dismiss the charges against him in the death of George Floyd.
WCCO Talks To Mayors Jacob Frey, Sharon Sayles Belton On Minneapolis's Path ForwardTwo leaders. Both elected into the same job as the mayor of Minneapolis, but decades apart. And a city now under scrutiny for disparity and lack of opportunity for people of color.
Mosquito Control Underway After Recent Heavy RainfallThe Metropolitan Mosquito Control District says June mosquito numbers were above the 10-year average as a result of the wet weather.
After 100+ Got Sick On Big Island Last Year, Officials Brace For 1st COVID July 4thBig Island on Lake Minnetonka is known for being a place to tie up a boat and party during the Fourth of July.
Mayo Clinic's 'Singing Surgeon' Plays Farewell Concert In Rochester"The Singing Surgeon" will wrap up residency at Mayo Clinic this week.
Water Gremlin Responsible For Lead Testing And Cleanup, Court Of Appeals OpinesThe company has until the end of the month to file an appeal to the state Supreme Court.
'I Think Their Eyes Are Going To Open': Minnesota Gymnast Maggie Nichols Is At Heart Of Netflix's 'Athlete A'Minnesota's Maggie Nichols is speaking publicly about sexual abuse by the former USA Gymnastics team doctor.
'We See George Floyd Often': Hennepin Co. Chief Public Defender Says She's Raised Red Flags About Abusive Officers For Years"The whole country is looking at George Floyd, but we see George Floyd often, unfortunately."
'That Frustration Is Valid': Police Chief Arradondo Addresses Departure Of 7 Officers Since George Floyd's DeathMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo addressed the departure of seven officers from the department since the death of George Floyd on May 25.
St. Paul City Attorney To Dismiss Cases Against Peaceful ProtestersThe city of St. Paul announced most of the current cases related to civil unrest following George Floyd's death will likely be thrown out.
'Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied': Hundreds Rally In Downtown Minneapolis To Call For Swift Police ReformsHundreds rallied in downtown Minneapolis Thursday night to say police reforms aren't happening fast enough.
Labor Law Attorney Gives Insight On Minneapolis Police Union ContractThe actions of four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd are spurring changes within the department.
Minneapolis Residents Share Frustration, Hope With Police Conduct Oversight CommissionPeople shared their ideas and frustration with the Minneapolis Police Conduct Oversight Commission Tuesday night.