'It Is Very Concerning': Tax Increase Could Have Some Minnesota Cabin Owners Paying Triple For Their PropertyA change in the new year could have some Minnesota cabin owners paying triple for their property.
'Extremely Rewarding': 'U' Program Helping Willmar Businesses Stand OutSome small businesses in west central Minnesota are learning how to stand out, thanks to a unique program at the University of Minnesota.
Age Progression Photo Released In 23-Year-Old Missing Person CaseThe National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has released an age-progression photo of a Wisconsin teenager who went missing 23 years ago.
'I Don't Need To Live Here Anymore!': Duluth Still Digging Out From Almost 2 Feet Of SnowFamilies in the Northland are digging out from a major winter storm that dumped nearly 22 inches of snow on Duluth over Thanksgiving weekend.
Do Blue Light Glasses Actually Work?Research shows blue light from our devices delays melatonin production in some which can mess with our sleep.
Life Below The Turbines: How Wind Energy Is Affecting Rural MinnesotaWhat started with just a few wind turbines 20 years ago, now turns out nearly 20% of Minnesota’s electricity. But the towering blades haven't come without questions and controversy in rural Minnesota. WCCO has a progress report on wind energy's real cost.
This Is The Twin Cities' Fastest-Growing Zip CodeWCCO went in search of the Twin Cities fastest-growing zip codes, and found a thriving secret to the west outpacing the rest.
'It's Nice To Move Forward': Worthington Schools Plan For Construction After Voters Approve $34M ReferendumWorthington is ready to move forward after getting the green light from voters to alleviate crowded classrooms.
'Super Physical': Mayo Clinic Program Helps Patients Get Proactive About HealthIt's an eye-opening statistic: On average, we spend just five minutes a year talking to our doctors.
Worthington Boasts Among State's Highest Concentrations Of Spanish-Speaking ResidentsThis year marks the sixth time in six years the school district has asked property owners to pay more to alleviate crowded classrooms.
Water Gremlin Ordered To Temporarily Cease Operations Following InvestigationIn the wake of an investigation into a lead threat, the Minnesota Department of Health has asked a court to halt operations at White Bear Lake's Water Gremlin.