The Royal Canadian Mounted Police released the identities Thursday of the deceased family of Indian nationals that died from exposure while trying to cross from rural Manitoba into Minnesota.
Migrant Family Found Dead Near Canada Border ID’sThe Royal Canadian Mounted Police released the identities Thursday of the deceased family of Indian nationals that died from exposure while trying to cross from rural Manitoba into Minnesota.
Ukrainian-Minnesotans Watch As Tensions Rise In HomelandAn estimated 10,000 to 20,000 Minnesotans have ties to Ukraine. David Schuman shares how the events across the world are making an impact here at home.
Women’s Olympic Hockey Team Leaves Minn. For ChinaNearly four years ago, the U.S. Women's Hockey Team won gold in South Korea. Monday, they're ready to head back to the Olympics to defend that title.
Border Patrol Agent Talks About Deadly MN Human Smuggling CaseAuthorities along the Minnesota, North Dakota and Canadian border continue to investigate a human smuggling case that left four people dead.
Dozens Of Afghan Families Heading To Minnesota For New LivesMore than 700 Afghan refugees have come to Minnesota since last summer, and another 250 will arrive between now and the end of February after their stays on military bases.
4 Found Dead Near Minnesota-Canada BorderA man, woman, teen and baby were all found dead in Canada just feet away from the Minnesota border Wednesday. Now, a Florida man now faces child smuggling charges.
Sen. Klobuchar Returns From Ukraine VisitThe White House is warning that a Russian attack on Ukraine could happen at any moment.
Kidnapped Missionaries In Haiti Made Daring EscapeNew details have been released about a western Wisconsin family held captive by an armed gang in Haiti.
How ‘Unusual’ And Extreme MN Weather Is Driven By Climate ChangeFrom record-setting snowfall, to record warmth, to the first recorded tornadoes in December, we just experienced an unprecedented week of weather in Minnesota.
Good Question: How Could Minnesota Be Impacted If Roe Vs. Wade Was Overturned?Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments regarding a Mississippi law that would ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The outcome could affect the groundbreaking Roe vs. Wade case.
Omicron Variant Now In North AmericaCanada, The Netherlands, Germany, England and Australia have all joined on the list of countries with confirmed cases of Omicron variant of the Coronavirus.
Minnesota Welcomes International Travelers As Some COVID Restrictions LiftFor the first time in more than 600 days, many foreign citizens can now travel to the United States.
Border Reopens To Canadians As More Travel Restrictions Lift MondayA big day today at our northern border.
American Missionaries Held Hostage In HaitiWCCO talks with a Minnesotan from Port-au-Prince about her birth country’s struggles, and hopes for its future.
US Will Reopen Borders To Vaccinated Travelers Next MonthSince the beginning of the pandemic, only essential travel - mainly for business and trade - was allowed between our land borders.
US Borders Will Reopen For Non-Essential Travel For Vaccinated Next MonthThis is the end of a 19-month travel ban on foreigners' access into the US by land from Mexico and Canada.
Finding Minnesota: Moorhead’s Viking ShipJohn Lauritsen visits Moorhead’s Hjemkomst Center, which might be the only museum in the world that was literally built around a Viking ship.
Minnesota, Wisconsin To Welcome Hundreds Of Afghan RefugeesMinnesota and Wisconsin will be the new home for hundreds of refugees from Afghanistan.
Artist To Ship Frescos Painted In Mpls. To Italian ChurchMinneapolis native and artist Mark Balma received a commission to paint frescoes on the walls of a Catholic church just north of Rome in 2020, but COVID found him locked out of the country. So instead, he has been painting his frescoes in a studio in uptown Minneapolis.
Good Question: How Are Refugees Placed Around The Country?At least 35 refugees from Afghanistan have new homes in Minnesota. Over the next several months, that number is expected to grow to 300, according to International Institute of Minnesota.
Rep. Phillips To ‘Hold Those To Account’ For Handling Of AfghanistanA Minnesota congressman was quick to offer help when the city of Kabul started to fall a couple weeks ago.
Interview: Rep. Dean Phillips On The Situation In AfghanistanRep. Dean Phillips is one of the few Democrats raising questions about the Biden administration's handling of the crisis.
Unclear If Minnesota Troops Hurt In Kabul AttackMore than 1,000 Minnesota National Guard members are in Afghanistan right now, but it's not clear if any of them were hurt in Thursday’s attack at Hamid Karzai International Airport.
Afghan Minnesotans Hope To Help Refugees ResettleMinnesotans of Afghan descent are hoping their friends and relatives who helped allied forces will safely get to the U.S.