Several organizations throughout Minneapolis are honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with events Saturday.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportTuesday will be cooler, with some chances for precipitation in the evening.
Good Question: How Do Trees Know When To Bloom?Jeff Wagner explains why nature follows its own schedule -- not ours.
Twin Cities Teen Set To Become Country’s Youngest PhD StudentElliott Tanner, 13, just got his second degree from the University of Minnesota, and he'll return to the U this fall to study high energy theoretical physics.
MN Companies Mining Gold From Nostalgia For Decades Gone ByMany of our childhood memories are tied to the things we watched or the snacks we enjoyed. Minnesota companies know this, too. John Lauritsen shows us how they're cashing in by using the power of the past.
Mom Uses Cybersecurity Expertise To Write Children’s BookA Minnesota woman is on a mission to keep kids safe from hackers on the Internet. And she's doing it through the power of storytelling and pictures.
Metro Lake Closed After 70,000-Gallon Sewage DischargeA lake in Dakota County has been temporarily closed and cleanup efforts are underway after thousands of gallons of wastewater sewage entered the lake.
Northeastern Minnesota Braces For Record FloodingCommunities in northeastern Minnesota are preparing to deal with more flooding and are calling for volunteers to help with sandbagging.
Wayzata Boys Tennis Team Stresses Mental HealthThe boys encourage each other to not bottle up what they think and feel, which is a good thing in all cases.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says Thursday brings with it a slight risk of severe weather over the area.
Artist Fashioning Giant Pencil From Storm-Damaged TreeFive years ago this month, a storm took out a giant bur oak tree in John Higgins' front yard.
Erin Maye Quade Speaks Out On Pregnancy DisorderThe candidate for the Minnesota state senate got national attention when she went into labor during a nominating convention last month.
Man Shot Dead Was Brother Of Boy Killed In 2000 ShootingThe shooting happened near North Bryant Avenue and West Broadway Avenue Saturday.
Viewers Share Blood Moon PhotosThe blood moon was on full display just after 10:30 p.m. Sunday and many of you took pictures.
Between April Cold And May Storms, Farmers StruggleMany farmers are dealing with damaged buildings and wet fields, and say they're weeks behind on planting.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer reports rain showers are possible by tomorrow afternoon, but nothing severe is expected.
Wis. Lawsuit Filed Over Judy Garland 'Wizard Of Oz' DressA Wisconsin woman filed a lawsuit claiming she is the rightful owner of an iconic dress that Judy Garland wore in the movie "The Wizard of Oz."
Walz, Lawmakers Announce State Budget DealAt the capitol, lawmakers are kicking off their final week of session with a big picture deal on where billions in the state's budget surplus should go.
Pediatrician Shares Advice Amid Formula ShortageAbbott Labs has reached an agreement with the FDA to reopen their plant in Sturgis, Michigan, but it will still be a good while before the supply chain is restored.
Thompson Lake Closed After 50,000-Gallon Sewage DischargeA lake in Dakota County has been temporarily closed and cleanup efforts are underway after thousands of gallons of wastewater sewage entered the lake.
Mental Health Action DayMental health is health. Find an action that works for you.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of May 16, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest updates and stories.
Noon Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says that winds should kick up, but the work week looks warm.
Ukraine Teen Raising 4 Younger Siblings On His OwnViachaslav Yalov is barely 18, but he now has a responsibility far beyond his age.
Taking Steps To Hold Drivers Ignoring Stop Arms AccountableStop arms are meant to help kids cross the street safely after they get off the bus, but data from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety estimates drivers blow past stop arms more than 100,000 times in a given school year.