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Minn. Mother Warned Police About Woman Charged For Heroin Death

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Twin Cities woman was charged with murder Friday for selling a fatal batch of heroin to a man from New Prague last month. 627 more words


40 Years Later, New Suspect Identified In Kimball Bombing

KIMBALL, Minn. — Friday marks 40 years since a bomb rocked a small Minnesota town and took the life of the assistant postmaster. Someone sent that bomb in the mail in Kimball. 614 more words


Too Many Young Lives: The Heroin Addiction Epidemic

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The recent death of Prince shined a spotlight on the abuse of prescription painkillers. Not far from Paisley Park, too many young people are battling addictions of their own.  847 more words


WCCO Investigation: New Mold Concerns At Jordan Elementary School

JORDAN, Minn. (WCCO) — A WCCO Investigation found new concerns about an old mold problem inside a Minnesota elementary school.

Parents say at least 10 students dropped out of Jordan Elementary last school year after suffering health problems they blame on mold exposure. 447 more words


Animal Humane Society Helps Severely Neglected Dog Start New Life

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Animal rescue crews consider it one of the worst neglect cases they’ve ever seen. A dog half the weight she should be left in an abandoned property without food or water. 522 more words


Trust Company To Temporarily Manage Prince's Estate

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A judge gave the green light Wednesday for Prince’s sister to move forward to protect the singer’s assets.

Tyka Nelson said her brother didn’t have a will and asked for a special administrator to be appointed to keep Prince’s business running, a request the judge granted. 274 more words


Minnesota Marine Hopefuls Set For Mini Boot Camp

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — All week long, families across Minnesota have been able to see for themselves what life is like for a Marine.

The Marine Corps is hosting mini boot camps before several young people leave this summer for the real 13-week program. 360 more words