'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.
Bear Sightings On The Rise Around Twin Cities: What To Do If You See OneBears are on the move, and finding their way into some neighborhoods. The Department of Natural Resources says it’s not unusual, but there are some things to keep in mind if you see one.
Buffalo Clinic Shooting Survivor: 'I Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Take Me Down Like This'Four months ago a gunman opened fire inside an Allina clinic in Buffalo. Medical assistant Lindsay Overbay died from her injuries. Four others survived the February attack, but were left with lasting injuries.
'I Guess This Is It': Students Saddened By St. Paul Schools' Abrupt End To YearSt. Paul Public Schools ended the school year abruptly, blaming the hot weather. Students, teachers and parents learned of the cancellation just before school got out for the day.
Meat Producer JBS Hit By Cyberattack, Worthington Plant Closes For The DayA cyberattack could have a serious ripple effect, all the way to your wallet.
Air Force Reserve Pilot, Grounded After Medical Diagnosis, Returns To The Sky: 'Everyone Can Be Resilient'An Air Force Reserve pilot is proud to be flying again after being disqualified to serve due to a medical condition.
Where Counterfeit Money Comes From, And How To Spot ItThe Minneapolis Field Office investigates counterfeit money. The special agent in charge says they catch more than a million dollars in counterfeit bills in Minnesota each year.
'Our Community Deserves Better': Director Of Minneapolis Office Of Violence Prevention Speaks OutThe city tripled the budget for the Office of Violence Prevention in the last year. Almost half of it, $3 million, will go to fund six teams of violence interrupters.
'Let Them Tell Their Story': FBI Crisis Negotiator Talks Tactics For Deescalating Hostage Situations"If you can build trust, you might start to have some influence, and if you get influence you might be able to do behavior change,” Special Agent Christopher Langert said.
Former Minneapolis Police Officer Talks About His Decision To Leave: 'I Did It Out Of Principle'Only on WCCO, one former Minneapolis police officer agreed to tell Jennifer Mayerle about his decision to leave the department.
Despite End Of Mandate, Many Minnesotans Not Ready To Drop The MasksThe numbers show 71% of white people living in Minneapolis have received at least one dose. It falls to 35% for Hispanic people, and 28% of Black and African-Americans.