COVID In Minnesota: Doctor Rates Risk For Travel, Sporting Events Amid 'Spring Surge'Even as more than a million Minnesotans are vaccinated, COVID cases and intensive care numbers are again climbing. From sporting events to spring break trips, WCCO asked a local doctor to rate the risk right now.
All Minnesotans 16+ Will Be Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine Next WeekMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Friday that the state’s COVID-19 vaccination program will expand next week to include all Minnesotans ages 16 and older.
'Just Very Disturbing': Investigation Reveals Harrowing Details Of Corrections Officer Joseph Gomm's MurderWCCO investigates what the never-before-seen evidence reveals and the warning the killer had sent in the mail.
What To Consider Before Heading To Florida For Spring BreakHuge spring break crowds in Miami this weekend made national news as its mayor has now implemented a COVID-19 curfew to gain control.
MPCA: ‘Almost Every Closed Landfill It Oversees’ Has PFAS Groundwater ContaminationClosed landfills across the state posing potential health risks could ultimately cost taxpayers to clean up.
Father Of Missing St. John's Student Josh Guimond Files Lawsuit Against Stearns County In Search For AnswersA push in court for answers in the nearly two-decade old disappearance of a Minnesota college student.
'An Enormous Human Loss': MDH Commissioner Jan Malcolm Reflects On 1 Year Of COVIDJan Malcolm shared the mistakes made, successes celebrated and the personal heartbreak of her own.
Minnesota Man Jerry Greenwood Still Hospitalized With COVID After Nearly 100 DaysConsidered the most critical COVID patient to survive in one Twin Cities hospital, a family is sharing their father’s miraculous will to live.
'Chief Well Being Officer' Aims To Make Mental Health A Priority For M Health Fairview StaffIt has been a trying year for Minnesota’s healthcare community, some who were faced with caring for the state’s sickest COVID patients.
Faces Of COVID: The Former Frontline Workers Of Bethesda HospitalAs Minnesota COVID-19 cases fall and vaccinations add a layer of protection, they are in many ways the forgotten faces of the pandemic: WCCO has a candid conversation with six of the frontline workers who ran the state’s only COVID-19-dedicated hospital for more than seven months last year.
Faces Of COVID: Daryl Kruger, 82, Loved His Grandkids And The MN TwinsA board member helping to get Shakopee's schools open again is sharing the human cost of COVID-19.