'I Was Just Shocked': Student Secretly Records Months Of Hibbing Teacher's Verbal AbuseA student's secret recordings have kept a Minnesota teacher out of his classroom while a school district investigates.
Retirement, Loans, Bills: Rosemount Math Class Stresses Real-Life Financial NeedsFrom bills to debt to 401(k) accounts, you might be hard-pressed to find a more engaged pre-calculus class than Dan Bungert's.
Local Attorney Helps Consumers Targeted By RobocallsRobocalls driving you crazy? Many of us won't even answer our phones if we don't know the number, but there's a way to cash in on computer-generated scammers.
Do Apps Promising To Stop Robocalls Actually Work?Sick of robocalls to your cellphone? Minnesotans get an average of eight each day.
'Scoops For Troops' Raises Funds For Children Of Fallen SoldiersHundreds of people came to "Scoops for Troops" at the Arden Hills Army Training Site. The fundraiser helps the children of soldiers who died serving their country.
Family: St. Paul Man, 74, 'Lucky To Be Alive' After Home ExplosionMike Schultz, known as Sarge, was pulled from a front window as his house burned. His family says he suffered second-degree burns to his arms, hands and head.
Researchers Make Breakthrough Discovery In Paralyzing Condition Affecting Minn. ChildrenResearchers believe that they have identified the origin behind a polio-like illness that has been affecting Minnesota children.
Hope In The Struggle: Civil Rights Leader Josie Johnson Reflects On Lifetime Of WorkA Minnesota civil rights leader is detailing her 70-year fight for justice in a new memoir. In "Hope in the Struggle," Josie Johnson looks back on her extraordinary work.
Test Reveals Former Duluth Hockey Captain Had CTE Before SuicideWhen a standout Minnesota college hockey player took his own life, his family wondered what they might have missed.
'We Rise To The Challenge': Man Paralyzed By West Nile Making Strides Toward RecoveryA Twin Cities man, paralyzed by the West Nile virus, has made incredible progress.
Jake Patterson Pleads Guilty To Closs Murders, KidnappingThe man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing her parents pleaded guilty to those crimes before a judge Wednesday afternoon.
Neighborhoods Vanished, Sandbags Filled: Prepping For Red River FloodingThat past is still fresh in the minds of families who live here. In 2009, the Red River set a record 41-foot crest. Forecasters say there's a 5 to 10 percent chance the river hits that record this year.
WCCO-TV Road Tests Four Free Traffic AppsWith the help of Pioneer Press tech writer Julio Ojeda-Zapata, WCCO-TV puts four free traffic apps to the test: Google Maps, Apple Maps, Inrix, and Waze.
Mothers Who've Lost Sons To Opioid Epidemic Band Together In SupportThey come from Bloomington to Elk River, from Medina to Maple Grove, and they never would have met had life gone their way — six moms who go by a new name when they're together.
Crews Determine St. Paul Home Explosion Was Accidental, Caused By GasMore than a dozen residents from nearby homes were displaced. Six other structures were condemned as a result of the explosion, with 20 buildings total sustaining damage.