Survey: Nearly 30% Of Minnesota Teachers Are Considering Quitting Due To Stress, COVID-19 WorkloadA new survey of Minnesota teachers finds that nearly 30% of educators are thinking about quitting or retiring due to the stress, workloads and health risks stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crews Knock Down Flames At Oakdale Building; Fire Under InvestigationCrews are on the scene Tuesday morning batting a structure fire in Oakdale.
Mayor Jacob Frey Announces Bar Areas Must Close Again Due To COVID-19 SpreadIndoor bar areas, including those in restaurants, must close starting on Aug. 1.
State Fair Food Vendors Set Up Stands Throughout Minnesota And WisconsinWhen COVID-19 forced the cancelation of the Great Minnesota Get Together, food vendors cooked up a creative way to get the corn dogs and curds to their patrons.
George Floyd's Memorial Begins In His North Carolina HometownMourners are holding a private memorial service in George Floyd's North Carolina hometown while the nation's capitol prepares for what is expected to be the city's largest demonstration against police brutality yet.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Defends Decision To Abandon MPD 3rd PrecinctLast Wednesday night, as the Target near the 3rd Precinct was being looted, Frey got an urgent call from Police Chief Madaria Arradondo.
'Take A Knee' Marchers Continue Marching Through Downtown Minneapolis After CurfewA group of peaceful protestors, organized by athletes, marched through downtown Minneapolis to the Hennepin Bridge, where they took a knee in remembrance of George Floyd.
Mpls. School Board Director Proposes To Terminate Contract With MPDMinneapolis school board director Josh Pauly announced Friday that he wrote a resolution to terminate the schools' contract with the Minneapolis Police Department. 
St. Thomas Law Students Offer To Represent Protesters For FreeFollowing three days of demonstrations across Twin Cities sparked by the death of George Floyd, St. Thomas law students have offered to represent protesters charged with misdemeanors or delinquency offenses. 
Ed Ackerson, Local Musician, Dies After Cancer BattleEd Ackerson was a central figure in the Minneapolis music scene for decades. Just over a year ago, the singer was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. He died Friday.
WCCO-TV Celebrates 70 Years On The AirwavesWCCO first took the air 70 years ago. A whole lot has changed since then.