Police In Twin Cities Warn Drivers: Don’t Leave Your Vehicle Running UnattendedDuring these cold, frigid days, police in Minneapolis and St. Paul want people to be mindful of leaving their cars running unattended.
Goldfish Are Invasive Problem In Chaska LakeA small fish commonly found in pet stores and purchased for home aquariums has become an invasive problem in a Twin Cities lake.
Survey Finds Minneapolis & St. Paul Rank Among The Best Cities For People With DisabilitiesPeople with disabilities may have a new reason to endure the Minnesota winters.
Smelling Something Stinky In The Twin Cities? The Reason Is Linked To Farm FieldsNotice something smelly in the air around in the Twin Cities Friday? It’s something that happens every year and is linked to farm fields.
'When Will You Value Life?': Community Members Call For Change To Stop Gun Violence Across The Twin CitiesMonday marked another night of gun violence across the Twin Cities. It's bringing hundreds together to protest the shootings.
'A Medical Level Effect': Twin Cities Company Introduces A Healthier Alternative To Reducing Bad CholesterolHeart disease continues to be the leading cause of death for Americans. That's why a Twin Cities company is promoting a new approach to reduce our cardiac risks.
Loaves & Fishes Reports Record Breaking July, Serving Half A Million Meals To Minnesotans In NeedA local nonprofit is celebrating a record-breaking July after serving over half a million meals to Minnesotans in need.
Minneapolis Man Faces Federal Charges In Connection To Twin Cities Armed Robbery SpreeA 39-year-old Minneapolis man faces federal charges accusing him of being responsible for an armed robbery spree at Twin Cities businesses.
Why Are We Seeing So Many Mosquitoes This Summer?Many of us have noticed this summer feels even hotter and buggier than usual.
Minnesota Weather: Storms Possible From Metro Into Western Wis., Including Funnel CloudsStorms are possible from the Twin Cities into Western Wisconsin Tuesday afternoon.
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.
Senate Republicans Question Decisions Leaders Made Early On During Unrest In The Twin CitiesIt was the question asked repeatedly during the first days of the riots: where is the National Guard? When the Guard showed up in force the Saturday after George Floyd's death the violence eased dramatically.
Task Force Formed To Address Surge Of Violence In The Twin CitiesTo address the recent spike of violence in the Twin Cities, additional federal and state officials are being tasked with investigating, apprehending and prosecuting the perpetrators.
COVID-19's Impact On The Twin Cities Economy Is Causing Ripple EffectsLarge venues all across the Twin Cities are still sitting empty. From canceled concerts and conventions, WCCO found the cost to the local economy has been staggering.
Investigators Looking For Public's Help Identifying Persons Of Interest In Twin Cities Arson CasesInvestigators are looking to the public for help identifying persons of interest related to the arson cases in several St. Paul businesses last week.