What Happened To Fall?Sweater season didn't have much of a chance this year -- Minnesotans had to bring out the jackets much earlier than usual.
Are You On Team Summer Or Team Winter?Some love summer, and others love winter. WCCO photojournalist Tom Aviles wants to know: Which team are you on?
Federal Money Is Available To Weatherize Your HomeIt's the time of year when we crank up the heat -- and it may be helpful to know there's a federally-funded program to help with energy efficiency.
Colder Temperatures Call For Minnesotans To Winterize HomesThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued its winter outlook. It suggests Minnesota and Wisconsin can expect a winter with more snow than usual.
Wisconsin Police Searching For Missing 89-Year-Old Norbert DantzmanThe Sawyer County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help locating a man who went missing Friday morning.
Why Are Ice Dams So Bad This Year? (And More Winter Good Questions)Our Minnesota weather certainly has plenty of us talking. On everything from ice dams, to migrating robins, to snowy tornadoes, Heather Brown has your answers.
Twin Cities Family Uses Recent Cold Spell To Construct Colorful IglooThe recent stretch of unusually cold weather helped a Twin Cities family build an eye-catching igloo in their front yard.
Minnesotans Torn Over Incessant Snow, Winter WeatherAfter record-breaking snow in February and March coming in like a lion, Minnesotans are torn over how much more winter they want.
As February Comes To A Close, Minnesotans Share A Winter Badge Of HonorAs of midnight tonight, we can all share a badge of honor.
After Cold, Snow Come Ice DamsIt could be any house on any street, but when you see the massive icicles clinging to the roof you instantly recognize one of winter's cruelest tricks – the damaging and unsightly ice dam has returned to Minnesota homes.
Miserable Winter? More Like Mild, According To The DNRDespite how miserable this winter has felt, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has classified it as "mild."
Tips For Keeping Pets Safe During Cold WeatherWhile Minnesotans are bundling up to get out of the coldest temperatures we've seen in decades, it's important to remember to keep our pets safe and warm, too.
Commerce Department Announces $116M In Aid To Heat Minnesota Homes This WinterLow-income Minnesotans will be eligible for help heating their homes this winter through the state's Energy Assistance Program.
NOAA: Higher Probability For Warmer Than Average WinterHeating bills are likely to be lower, while the snowfall forecast remains uncertain.
Xcel Reminds Customers Of Heating Help Program As Cold Weather Descends On MinnesotaAs snow began falling in Minnesota this week, Xcel Energy is reminding residents that there are resources available for those who need help paying their heating bill this winter.