How Feds Are Working To Crack Down On Crimes Committed With Illegal FirearmsAs the metro has seen an uptick in violent crime this summer, recently released Bureau of Criminal Apprehension statistics point to staggering numbers in 2020.
Mothers Create Podcast For Others Who've Lost A Child To SuicideTwo mothers who met during a difficult time turned their heartache into help for someone else. Toni Plante and Dr. Nora Flom started a podcast called "Totally Got Out of Bed." The phrase was their response when people asked how they were doing after losing their children to suicide.
Exclusive: Inside The Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct EvacuationFor the first time, WCCO is sharing video of the final moments on May 28, 2020, as Minneapolis Police left the Third Precinct before vandals breached the building.
Sunflower Field Planted In Honor Of Buffalo Clinic Shooting Victims Starts To Bloom“It’s almost like she’s still here, and this is just representing that hope that she always was there to help and guide, and nurture us along," Donnie Overbay said.
Miracle League Gives Participants A Veritable Field Of DreamsThe Miracle Field is a place that brings teammates together, and encourages fun. It's a space where everyone can be themselves.
3M Open Golf Tournament Is Telling Patients' Stories In A Special WayWhen the 3M Open Golf Tournament kicks off on Tuesday, spectators will find plenty of reasons to smile.
'I Got A Ticket For Driving While Black': Video Released Showing Rep. John Thompson's Traffic StopWhere Thompson lives is part of the controversy surrounding the traffic stop, leaving some asking if he was truthful about where he was living when he filed to run for state office.
How Have DOJ Probes Impacted Other Cities' Police Departments?The Department of Justice opened an investigation into Minneapolis police in April, following the conviction of Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. It will look at use of force, and determine if the department engages in discriminatory policing.
It Could Take Months For Minnesota's Federal Agents To Start Wearing Body CamerasFive of the 12 outside agencies that are part of the U.S. Marshal's Task Force have suspended their involvement until body worn cameras are used. That includes Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin and Ramsey County Sheriff's Offices.
Terrance Franklin Killing: BCA Considers Opening Investigation Into Deadly 2013 Minneapolis Police ShootingThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is considering opening an investigation into a fatal 2013 Minneapolis police shooting.
'You Can't Find A New One': High Demand, Low Inventory Leave Boat Buyers AdriftThe demand for boats and other watercraft has skyrocketed during the pandemic, while inventory has stayed relatively flat. Manufacturing shutdowns have added to delays.
Back Together: Buffalo Bonds In Aftermath Of Mass Shooting, COVID PandemicBuffalo Days is going strong at Sturges Park along Lake Buffalo, featuring rides, games and food. It's especially exciting given the recent past residents have had to live through.
Mpls. City Council President Lisa Bender On Costly Police Misconduct Settlements: 'This Is A Whole System Problem'The Minneapolis City Council president is responding to a WCCO report about how much it costs taxpayers to settle officer conduct lawsuits.
Protesters Face Off With Police For Control Of Minneapolis IntersectionMinneapolis is struggling to deal with an intersection that threatens to become the next 38th and Chicago.
'Police Misconduct Is Costly': An Examination Of Settlements In MinneapolisPolice misconduct allegations have cost taxpayers in the state's largest city tens of millions of dollars in the last decade alone. Just this year, Minneapolis paid a record settlement to the family of George Floyd. WCCO-TV has added up the costs, and spoke to experts about what the payouts reveal about policing in the city.