Meet Lucy: The Minnesota-Made AI SupercomputerArtificial intelligence may bring to mind robots or other machines taking over our jobs someday, but some Minnesota companies are proving machines can help workers focus on tasks that matter most.
'It Can Be Solved': 17 Years On, Search For St. John's Student Josh Guimond ContinuesA Minnesota family is fighting for fresh eyes to investigate their son's disappearance.
Doctor Warns Alcohol Is The Most Dangerous Substance To Unborn Babies“Alcohol is the most dangerous substance to the developing brain, and it's not because of its legality or it's morality, it's because of its biology,” Dr. Jeff Wozniak said.
'There Is No Safe Amount': Advocates Raise Awareness For Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersOne in 10 pregnant women admit to doing it, and one in 20 Minnesota first graders feel the effects of that decision.
Sun Country Passengers Vent After Another Flight CancellationFrom Mexico to New Jersey, some high profile canceled flights have put Sun Country in the headlines as of late. Passengers told WCCO communication from the company again seems to be the biggest problem for them.
Spotting The Signs Of Dyslexia In ChildrenWith the new school year just around the corner, Liz Collin sat down with Dr. Elizabeth Schnobrich to talk about dyslexia in students (4:00). WCCO 4 News at 10 -- Sept. 1, 2019
Hibbing Teacher Disciplined For Insults Caught On Secret RecordingsA Hibbing teacher caught on secret recordings insulting students will be allowed to keep teaching. Dan Gotz's attorney said "lesser included discipline" was reached, but not termination.
New Stillwater Prison Warden Guy Bosch Says 'Safe & Secure' Facility Is 'Priority One'A new man is now in charge of the Minnesota prison where a corrections officer lost his life last summer. Joseph Gomm died after an inmate attacked him inside the Stillwater prison.
Layoffs Forcing Thousands Of Minnesotans Back Into Job MarketWith the news of the state's booming economy, sometimes lost in the headlines are the layoffs affecting thousands of Minnesotans.
Recovering Addict Thanks Bloomington Officer She Credits With Saving Her LifeSgt. Tom Williams recounted the stop he made in 2014 when he pulled over a 19-year-old college student caught speeding with a spoon and tinfoil in her car. Marisa Krause is now 25 years old and hopes to be a substance abuse counselor for others.
'We Are Forward Thinkers': Rochester's Sisters Of St. Francis On Cutting Edge Of ConservationA group of Minnesota women connected to the world's oldest form of Christianity are focused on the future.
Raising A Generation Of Narcissists? Local Experts Weigh InDr. Katie Holter, a therapist at Minnetonka Counseling, says narcissism is a personality trait with characteristics including arrogance, superficiality, feeling superior, being more prone to aggression and needing constant admiration.
Parents Of Paralyzed 7-Year-Old Ask For Help To Remodel Richfield HomeBeyond a backyard ramp, their home wasn't built for accessibility. Inside, 7-year-old Ryan Palattao pulls himself to most places.
Pet Owners Find New Challenges Filling Prescriptions Over New Opioid LawsThe state's new opioid law went into effect at the beginning of the month, and parts of it have forced veterinarians to clear up confusion.
'All Lined Up Before You Need It': Alzheimer's Association Shares Steps For Estate PlanningTalks about money and long-term care wishes can be tough enough, but when a loved one is suffering from memory loss, advocates say there is no time to waste.