Coronavirus In Minnesota: A Look Back At The Endless 1st Month Of Our Fight Against The VirusOver the past month, we've all been through a lot of changes to life as we know it. We've adapted to our "new normal" and found we really are stronger together.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: The Push To Complete Healthcare Directives Amid PandemicIt's a tough subject to even think about, but health experts are reminding people that this pandemic is the time to be sure your paperwork is in order so your final wishes are followed.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 'It Felt Like My Skin Was On Fire,' St. Paul Woman Recovers From COVID-19A 29-year-old St. Paul woman says she is one of Minnesota's first cases of COVID-19. A candid video detailing her diagnosis has gone viral.
Squirrels In The Walls, Drug Users In The Halls: More Complaints For Twin Cities Landlord Terry PersaudA Twin Cities landlord faces new complaints over what tenants call unfixed problems in their apartments.
Weeks After $67K In Cash Goes Missing From Woman's Safe Deposit Box, An Unexpected TwistA safe deposit box mystery seems to at least be partially solved.
New Property Tax Classification Has Some Minnesota Cabin Owners ScramblingAfter the explosion of the VRBO and Airbnb market, Minnesota's Department of Revenue told all 87 County Assessors to clarify vacation rentals, pushing the tax class to commercial property.
Native American Women Empowered Through New Partnership Between Ramsey County Sheriff's Office & Local ShelterEmpowering Native American women who've been through trauma. It's the goal behind a new partnership between a women's shelter and law enforcement agencies in Ramsey County.
He Started Vaping To Quit Smoking, But The New Habit Landed Him In The ERMore than a quarter of Minnesota high school students admit to vaping in the last month. While recent cases of severe, sometimes deadly lung disease might inspire users to quit, it's not easy.
'How Is This Possible?': Valuables, $67K In Cash Missing From Woman's Safe Deposit BoxA Twin Cities woman thought her cash and valuables were literally money in the bank. But, then she discovered more than $60,000 and family heirlooms missing from her safe deposit box.
WCCO's Liz Collin Tests Popular Meal Kit Delivery Services For Taste And CostMeal delivery services promise to make our lives easier with no planning or trips to the grocery store – and there is a growing list of kits to choose from. We sent WCCO's Liz Collin to test some of the most popular to see if they deliver on taste and cost.
Cockroaches, Drug-Use Waste: Renters Say Landlord Repeatedly Ignored Safety ConcernsCockroaches crawling on the floor. Drug litter in the hallway. Those are just some of the safety concerns renters say their landlord repeatedly ignored.
'I Needed Her Just As Much As She Needed Me': Woman Finds Missing Dog After 17 MonthsKaren plastered hundreds of posters throughout the metro and kept the story out there on social media.
'It's Like Russian Roulette': Mom Warns Others After Son, 18, Dies From Taking Fentanyl-Laced PillA Minneapolis mom wants kids to hear more about the opioid epidemic after her own heartbreak.
Opioid Prescriptions Down Significantly In Minnesota Over Last 3 YearsChronic pain advocates believe changes in prescribing practices have negatively affected thousands of Minnesotans.
Lawmaker Seeks Compromise On Property Tax Classification That Could Cost Cabin Owners BigMinnesota Sen. Tom Bakk finds himself in the middle of a controversy that he hopes will be sorted out at the State Capitol.