'We've Normalized This Now': Gun Violence In The Twin Cities Is Leaving More Innocent People Dead, TraumatizedThe mass shooting in St. Paul only adds to the historic levels of innocent victims of violence this year across the Twin Cities.
'They're Sipping Champagne And They're Dancing': WWII Vet And Wife Honored In Long-Delayed Memorial ServiceWCCO shares the tribute to two trailblazers honored for their remarkable bond and bravery.
Smaller Products, Rising Prices: Shrinkflation Hitting Grocery Store ShelvesProducts like oatmeal packets went from 10 to eight for some varieties, tuna cans from seven to five ounces, and some family size cereals slimming down from 19.3 ounces to 18.8 ounces, all evidence of what's known as shrinkflation.
'It’s Bad, It’s Bad': Proctor Teens Say Students Used Item To Sodomize Teammate, Shared Video OnlineWCCO has uncovered disturbing new details about why a Minnesota high school canceled its football season.
CDC: Proceed With Caution While Making Holiday Plans"It’s really about how do we make people feel safe and more about how do we decrease our risk as we go about gathering together,” Dr. George Morris said.
Law Enforcement Encourages Parents, Schools To Prioritize Pill Warnings After Spike In Drug OverdosesJust one pill can kill. That's the warning from law enforcement, after at least six deadly overdoses this month involving fake prescription pills.
Willmar Community Bands Together To Support Father Of Twins After Wife's Untimely Death To CancerA western Minnesota community is supporting a local pastor and his young family after life took a tragic turn. WCCO went to Willmar where an outpouring of love is helping a father heal.
Don Shelby Recovering After Stroke Waylaid His Stage Performance In Passion ProjectDue to a recent health setback Don Shelby never made it on stage for his latest production.
Greenwood Fire Now 80% Contained, But May Still Burn For Months To ComeThe last of the wildfire evacuees in Northern Minnesota were allowed back this weekend. They're beginning to clean up what's left of their properties. It's been more than five weeks since a lightning strike charred more than 25,000 acres in the Superior National Forest.
Major Storm Damage In Hudson: Public Library Sustains Significant Damage, All Schools Closed FridayThe Hudson Public Library in western Wisconsin is close Friday after sustaining significant damage from early morning storms.
'They're Human Beings Just Like Us': Minnesota, Wisconsin To Welcome Hundreds Of Afghan RefugeesThe Biden administration says Minnesota will likely receive more than 300 people from the country after its government collapsed. Wisconsin will resettle about 400.