'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.
Eden Prairie Police Department Recognized For Volunteer Program; 'We Really Do Get To Do The Positive Side Of Policing'The Reserves are civilians who assist sworn officers. They wear a uniform but are unarmed. WCCO's Jennifer Mayerle and photographer Grant Verdon went for a ride-along to see firsthand what they do.
Hit-And-Run Suspect Fatally Shot Man Who Tried To Stop Him; Carjacking Escape Interrupted By Community MembersPolice are investigating an apparent shooting incident that happened Friday morning on West Broadway and Lyndale Avenue North. A WCCO photojournalist was on the scene when it happened.
Nuisance Data Reveals Racial Disparities In Arrests And Citations In MinneapolisThe head of the Police Conduct Oversight Commission hopes to engage newly elected leaders to look at what is considered nuisance arrests and citations
Minnesota Police Chiefs Concerned Over Outcome Of Minneapolis Ballot QuestionAll eyes are on Minneapolis and Question 2 on the ballot. It’s top of mind for the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association annual meeting in St. Cloud on Election Day. They too are waiting to see what voters decide.
'This Is A Game-Changer': New Test Can Detect Over 50 Types Of CancerNo one wants to be told that they have cancer. But the sooner you know, the sooner you can get live-saving treatment.
'A Tragedy With No Explanation': Friends, Family Of St. Paul Man Brutally Killed 50 Years Ago Offering Reward For InformationFifty years after their high school classmate was brutally killed, a group has come together to offer a $10,000 reward.
If Minneapolis Voters Choose To Replace The Police Department, What Happens Next?Public safety in Minnesota's largest city could be in for a massive overhaul.
'It's Unimaginable': Families Of Quadruple Homicide Victims Eulogize Loved OnesIt's been a month since four victims were found shot to death in a SUV in a Wisconsin cornfield. Their families here in Minnesota are left to try to wrap their heads around the unimaginable.
FBI Report Details 'Alarming' Rise In Attacks On Law Enforcement“We need to have sort of a common resolve that violence is not acceptable, whether it’s against a community members, or it’s against law enforcement or the rule of law,” FBI Special Agent Michael Paul said.
In Wake Of Winston Smith Shooting, U.S. Marshals Now Wearing Body Cameras In MinnesotaU.S. Marshals are now wearing body cameras in Minnesota, WCCO-TV has learned. The call for change came after the shooting of Winston Smith in Minneapolis' Uptown neighborhood in June. The deadly confrontation sparked protests and raised questions about accountability.
3 Men Arrested After 'Hellish' Mass Shooting At St. Paul Bar Leaves 1 Dead, 14 InjuredA woman is dead, 14 people are injured and three men are in custody after a mass shooting early Sunday morning near downtown St. Paul.