Cookie Cart Teaches Culinary Skills, Business Skills, To Local YouthThe Cookie Cart is a non-profit that gives job opportunities to youth - teaching culinary skills, and business skills.
Therapist, TikTok Star Shani Tran Says 'Trauma Has To Be Rethought' After Pandemic, George Floyd's DeathWhen it comes to mental health, it's been a trying six months for everyone -- especially for people of color.
Temporary Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct Plan Dropped After Negotiations With Property Owners Reach ImpasseThe City of Minneapolis says a plan to temporarily relocate the police department’s 3rd Precinct to a warehouse has been dropped.
Families Turn To The Open Door Food Pantry In Eagan Amid COVID-19 UncertaintySeventeen miles south of the cities, and a stone's throw from the outlet malls, you'll find a bustling food shelf in the heart of Eagan.
Local Educators Pay Tribute To Andre Conley, 17, Killed In Mpls. Drive-By ShootingA bold show of unity after a high school senior was killed while standing outside a corner store.
Minnesota's Only Parkour Gym Sees COVID Business BoomA one-of-a-kind gym in Minnesota is taking off amidst a pandemic.
Health Officials, Lawmakers Probe Racial Disparities In COVID Case OutcomesIn Minnesota, Indigenous people have the highest rate of hospitalizations from COVID-19, including being in the ICU. Latinx people are seven times more likely than white people to test positive.
Community Activist Abdirizak Bihi Carjacked By Teens In Minneapolis: 'It's A Wake-Up Call'A well-known leader and activist in the Twin Cities Somali community is now a crime victim.
SHIELD616 Creating Body Armor For FirefightersThere is a new push to protect some of the heroes who protect us.
Downtown Minneapolis' Residential Boom Reversing As Crime Rises, Businesses ShutterSusan-Elizabeth Littlefield looks at how the flux in downtown Minneapolis is helping some residents determine what happens next.
Tips To Make Sure Your Home's Ready For Distance Learning & Working From HomeGetting the kinks out of the distance learning technology is key. WCCO got some tips on getting your devices in top school form.
'We Need Help': Minneapolis Park And Rec. Board Superintendent Discusses Growing Homelessness ProblemWith limited shelter space, Minneapolis' nationally renowned parks have become a refuge for those with nowhere to turn. There are now 347 tents in 29 parks.
Body Of Isaac Childress III, 6, Recovered From Mississippi River In MinneapolisAfter nearly two days of searching, the body of 6-year-old Isaac Childress III was pulled Monday morning from the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis.
Community Members Respond To Wednesday Night's Riots In MinneapolisWednesday night's unrest is a familiar feeling for the Twin Cities. People are still on edge after the death of George Floyd and the days that followed just three months ago. And now, last night’s destruction is causing emotional and physical pain.
'Public Education Should Be Completely Free': Local Leaders Push For Free Internet As Families Prepare For More Distance LearningFor some parents, it's a phase they'd like to forget. But they'll soon have to remember how to make virtual learning work.