July Was The Deadliest Month For Hot-Car Deaths In Nearly A DecadeAbout 37 children die while trapped in overheated vehicles every year in the U.S., and at least 729 have died in hot-car incidents since 1998.
Fundraising Reports Set Tone For Battle Over LegislatureThe quest for cash is on in Minnesota's 2016 elections. New campaign finance reports released Tuesday show political groups and candidates have already socked away millions of dollars for the fight for control of the Legislature.
Misbehaving Vikings Fans: Better Or Worse Than Other Team Fans?The Minnesota Vikings will play one more time at the Metrodome before the building is torn down. While most eyes are on the field during a game, WCCO found that police have plenty to do that has nothing to do with football.
Orchestra Musicians: Let Us See The Updated FinancialsAs the Minnesota Orchestra musicians lockout continues, the musicians are demanding to see updated financial reports, budgets and forecasts. On Tuesday, orchestra administrators said a financial review proves they've been financially responsible. But the musicians said it wasn't a thorough enough analysis.
How Will Gov. Dayton Solve Minnesota's $6.2B Deficit?Gov. Mark Dayton will unveil his $6.2 billion budget solution Tuesday, and the DFL governor is already running into resistance from Republicans, who control Minnesota's House and Senate.
3 Luring Attempts Near St. Kate's In St. PaulThree luring attempts have been reported recently on and near St. Catherine University's St. Paul campus, the Department of Public Safety said.