Activists, Police Chief Arradondo Attend Rally Calling To End The Violence In Twin CitiesA violent week in Minneapolis culminated with a plea from the community to put the guns down.
Community Members Cover Hateful Graffiti In New Ulm Only For It To ReappearNeighbors in New Ulm are saying "not in our town" after part of a popular bike path in the city was tagged with hateful and racist graffiti last weekend.
Pandemic Closures Lead To Spike In At-Home Swimming Pool SalesThe pandemic has kept several public pools and beaches closed this summer, which led to a spike in home swimming pool sales.
'The Whole Entire Situation Changed My Life': Kyla Avant Overcame Obstacles After Hit And Run Incident An Edina teenager hit at her bus stop overcame major obstacles this year: physical therapy, going back to school, followed by distance learning and graduation.
Recent Surge Of Gun Violence In Twin Cities Has Community On EdgeWithin the past 24 hours, nine people were shot in six different incidents, one person died.
Neighbors Express Health Concerns As EPA Finds Violations At Rosemount Recycling FacilityAn EPA investigation says the Rosemount company called Spectro Alloys Corporation is releasing hazardous chemicals -- even possibly causing health problems.
Mpls. Neighborhood Built Barricades To Block Street Hoping For Safety, Less CrimeSome people feeling unsafe in the Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis street have put up barricades at both ends of their street to block traffic from getting through.
MDE Survey Finds 64% Of Minnesota Parents Feel Comfortable Sending Their Students Back To School This FallA majority of Minnesota parents say they feel comfortable sending their students back to school this fall, according to a survey from the Minnesota Department of Education.
What Is A Service Fee When Going Out To Eat?If you've been out to eat lately, you may have seen a 15 to 20% charge added to your bill -- a service fee, which is not to be confused for a tip.
Mom Of 3 Makes Difficult Decision To Quit Job After Trying To Juggle Work & Parenting In COVID-19 EraIt's a balancing act so many Minnesota families are in the middle of - trying to work and parent in the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Attorney Brings In Task Force To Assist Law Enforcement With Increased Violent Crimes In Twin Cities In response to the surge in gun violence, U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald has put together a new Twin Cities Violent Crimes Task Force.
Minnesota Weather: Tornado Kills 1, Injures 2 In Otter Tail CountyOne person is dead after a tornado roared through Otter Tail County in central Minnesota Wednesday evening.
Legal Expert: Officer Thomas Lane's Motion To Dismiss Case Against Him Will Be 'Tough Decision' For JudgeWCCO spoke with Susan Gaertner, who has been both a county attorney and criminal defense attorney, about Thomas Lane's motion to dismiss the charges against him in the death of George Floyd.
'Hindsight Is So Clear': State Patrol, DPS Questioned By Minnesota Senate GOP In Columbus Statue HearingThree people could face criminal charges in connection with pulling down the Christopher Columbus statue outside the Minnesota State Capitol in June.
Missing: Brooklyn Park Police Searching For Scott Hansen, Who Suffers From DementiaBrooklyn Park police are searching for a missing man in his 60s who suffers from dementia.