Health Care Leaders Confronting Unprecedented Workforce 'Crisis'Nearly 20% of all job vacancies in Minnesota are in health care. From hospitals to long-term care, 40,000 positions are open right now.
Assisted-Living Facility Calling On Relatives To Take Care Of Loved Ones As Omicron Forces Staff To QuarantineCOVID-19 cases and staffing struggles have caused a Twin Cities assisted-living facility to call on family members to care for their loved ones.
'This Is A Public Health Issue': Minnesota Hospitals Postpone Nonessential Surgeries Amid COVID SurgeMinnesota hospitals continue to be crunched for space. Hospitals are out of rooms and other health emergencies have been put on hold.
Wisconsin Parishioners Rejoice Upon News Of Release Of Hostages In HaitiWCCO has been asked not to identify the father, mother and two children who are members of a local Mennonite Church for ongoing safety reasons. But a photo shows the released hostages boarding a coast guard plane in Haiti to return to the U.S.
COVID In Minnesota: Beds Not Available For ER Patients As Hospital Capacity Pushed To LimitsSome Minnesota families are sharing their first-hand accounts of the state's hospital crisis and crunch for space.
COVID Forces Minnesota Mom To Deliver Baby EarlyComplications from COVID-19 forced a Minnesota mom to deliver her baby six weeks early.
'I Personally Think He Shouldn’t Have Any Rental Properties': Renter, Former Employee Speak Out Against Twin Cities LandlordA WCCO Investigation uncovered more complaints lodged against a Twin Cities landlord.
WWII Veteran Brothers Leave Stillwater Catholic School $2.6 MillionWCCO shares the lasting gift left behind by two Stillwater veterans that mean a brighter future for some students.
How Minnesota Schools Are Spending COVID Relief MoneyA big payday for Minnesota schools has districts deciding how to spend millions.
Girl Gifts Comforting 'Prairie Bears' To All Patients At Youth Psychiatric HospitalA Twin Cities family hopes to make the holidays a little brighter for kids battling mental health issues in the hospital.
40 Years Later, 81-Year-Old Myrtle Cole's Brutal Murder Remains UnsolvedA quiet widow who hosted weekly Bible studies in a modest home without running water, Cole was strangled and stabbed after her killer broke through a window on Dec. 12, 1981.