Powerball Run Generates Over $3M In Prizes For MNThe run-up to Saturday night's Powerball drawing generated over $3 million in prizes for Minnesota players and earned the state more than $5.4 million.
Nobel Prize Winner To Get Honorary Minn. Degree A Nobel Prize-winning economist is receiving an honorary degree from the University of Minnesota.
Berhanu, Lagat Win Grandma's MarathonThe Duluth News Tribune reports Girma Berhanu has won Grandma's Marathon in Duluth, while Everlyne Lagat won the women's division. Their times have not yet been posted.
Santorum Wins Conservative Hearts In Minn. CaucusRick Santorum gave Minnesota Republicans the chance to prove they're just as socially conservative as their Iowa neighbors, and they responded by handing the Pennsylvania senator a caucus win that at least temporarily shakes up the race for the GOP presidential nomination.
$7.5 Million Lotto Prize To Go UnclaimedA New York attorney's decision to withdraw his claim on a multimillion dollar Iowa Lottery prize doesn't put to rest officials' questions about how he obtained the ticket.
Just 4 You Winner: Dad Makes Time For Family, CommunityEach week, WCCO This Morning is rewarding a hard-working, dedicated parent who loves what they do.
'Just 4 You Parents' Winner Works 3 Jobs, Stays UpbeatEach week, WCCO This Morning is rewarding a hard-working, dedicated parent who loves what they do. Angela Davis went to Bloomington to surprise this week's winner, Carrie Herzog, who has three jobs but still keeps a great attitude.
Nobel Peace Prize Winner Studied In MadisonOne of the Nobel Peace Prize winners went to school in Madison.
Snap Fitness To Give Away FranchiseIt's not uncommon for a company to give away cars and vacations, but one Minnesota business has decided to take it a step further. SNAP Fitness is giving away one of its franchises to a lucky winner.
Hugo Artist Wins 2012 Minn. Trout Stamp ContestA Hugo artist is the winner of the 2012 Minnesota Trout and Salmon Stamp contest.
Community Spotlight: Norwood Young America FFAAt Central High School in Norwood Young America, students take their studies pretty seriously. But in the FFA Chapter, there is more going on than just bookwork -- students also learn the importance of volunteering.