Officials: Mpls. Building In Deadly Fire Was Days Away From InspectionAuthorities in Minneapolis are investigating the cause of a fire that killed five people Wednesday morning.
Minneapolis City Council Approves 5-Cent Plastic & Paper Bag FeeThe goal is to cut down on trash and problems with recycling. Some stores say that will cause extra work at the register.
Country Stars Old Dominion Meet With Columbia Heights High School SongwritersOld Dominion, who just won Vocal Group of the Year at the Country Music Awards last week, are in the Twin Cities working with some local students
Entire City Of Paynesville Without Natural Gas After Crews Strike Gas LineFamilies north of the Twin Cities metro area are forced to get through the night without heat.
MPCA: Water Gremlin Is Overdue In Completing Mandated ChangesWCCO has learned the manufacturing plant at the center of a number of pollution investigations has not completed changes mandated by a state agency.
'Bait Car' Helping Eagan Police Catch Car Thieves Red-HandedThe Eagan Police Department is getting results by using a newer tool to catch criminals.
Should We Be Concerned About All The Germs On Our Phones?They're in our hands all the time while we're at work, on the go, even in the bathroom. Studies show our cellphones are 10 times dirtier than a toilet seat. But what does that actually mean?
Minnesotan Students Thinking Outside The Box At Business CampIt's a way for students from Minnesota and western Wisconsin to develop entrepreneurial skills outside of the classroom.
The Pot Process: Recreational Marijuana From Grow House To Cannabis ShopWith the debate over legalizing marijuana on the horizon in Minnesota, WCCO has been taking a look at how it changed Colorado.
'Public Health Nuisance': Water Gremlin In Court Over Lead ConcernsNew pollution problems for a manufacturing plant surfaced the same day the company restarted operations and headed back to court.
'We're All Learning This Together': Colorado State Troopers On Dealing With Recreational MarijuanaPeople living and working in Colorado know there are drivers who chose to use marijuana and get behind the wheel. According to a state agency, 30 percent of marijuana users think driving while high is safe.