1 Year After Devastating Storm, A Lodge Plants New SeedsA retreat for grieving families is finding its own new beginning.
Vikings Stadium Bill Passes 8-6 Through Senate CommitteeSeveral hours after the NFL commissioner's visit on Friday, the stalled Vikings stadium bill started moving again in a Senate committee.
Woman Back Home Nearly 1 Year After North Minneapolis TornadoIf you hear tornado sirens going off Thursday, don't be alarmed. Just be aware, as they're a reminder to everyone that the season for tornados is near.
Charges: Woman Tried To Hire Someone To Kill Ex-HusbandA 43-year-old Pierz, Minn. woman was arrested after police say she tried to hire someone to kill her ex-husband.
Visa Study Shows High School Students Splurge For PromThis spring, one major event appears to be recession proof: High school prom. A new survey by Visa shows despite the sluggish economy, the cost of the high school rite of passage is skyrocketing.
Scam Victim Warns Of Tax Fraud TacticTax day is days away. Tuesday, April 17th is the filing deadline this year. If you haven't sent in your return yet, one Minnesota man warns that you could be hit with quite the surprise - someone else may file before you do.
Sewage System Failure Leaves Several Blaine Basements DestroyedA rare sewage problem caused a significant backup into about a dozen homes in Blaine Monday night. It happened at about 9:30 p.m. in the Amen Corner, a community near the Tournament Players Club private golf course near 109th and Radisson Road.
Twin Cities Company Launches Toy Line For Kids With AutismThe popular Twin Cities toy company, Creative KidStuff, has launched a selection of toys for children with autism as part of Autism Awareness month in April.
50 Acres Burn In Brooklyn Park Grass FireAbout 50 acres have burned in a large grass fire Wednesday morning near Interstate 94 in Brooklyn Park.
15 Years Later, WCCO Visits 2 Cochlear Implant PatientsIn high school, fitting in is difficult enough. Many teenagers just want to be like "everyone else" and not to be labeled as "different." But imagine navigating those years without sound.
Mound Church Helps Low-Income Families Grow FoodA newspaper advertisment called Tami Clark Pehrson to Mound’s Bethel United Methodist church, but she unexpectedly found nourishment outside, among the rows of lettuce, onions and asparagus.
Record Warmth May Mean Record Year For Some BusinessesMarch will likely go down as the warmest on record in more than 100 years. That’s also bringing record years for all sorts of businesses, too.
Exotic Pet Owners Getting Help From MinnesotaThere was a big rescue of sorts in Northern Minnesota Tuesday. Two big cats from Ohio – a cougar and white tiger -- found refuge at the Wildcat Sanctuary, a nonprofit wild cat rescue in Sandstone, Minn.
After Hit-And-Run, Man Plans To Ride Motorcycle AgainA Minnesota Marine and Iraq War veteran, who was badly hurt in a hit-and-run crash, says he's back on his feet and ready to get back on his motorcycle.
Central Corridor LRT Construction Hits Half-Way Mark St. Paul could be the construction capital of the state after construction of the Central Corridor light rail has hit the half-way mark.