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How A 1-Year-Old Weather Story Went Viral, And Sent Minnesotans Into A Snow Frenzy

By Sam Radwany

On Wednesday morning, thousands of Minnesotans logged on to Facebook to some disturbing (or maybe exciting) news from a WCCO story that popped up on their feed: Our unseasonably warm, November weather was over, and a snow storm was headed our way Monday with the potential to dump 14 inches of snow on parts of the state. 628 more words


Former MN TV reporter returns to investigate Jacob Wetterling case

A former WCCO reporter is returning to Minnesota, on special assignment to help investigate the Jacob Wetterling case.

Caroline Lowe will work with KARE 11 reporters for a couple weeks, … 476 more words


Are Minnesotans Uninviting To Outsiders?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The concept of “Minnesota Nice” has proven an effective marketing tool, but also opens the door for criticism. Is the proof in the pudding, as a typical Minnesotan might ask? 937 more words


The man they called 'Mr. New Prague' hit and killed by suspected distracted driver

In New Prague, Joseph Tikalsky was a familiar figure. The longtime school bus driver was known for driving several generations of schoolchildren in the district and for donating $100,000 for a one-room addition to the hometown library back in 2007. 371 more words


Chief Harteau joins Gabby Giffords' effort to protect women from gun violence

Honored to speak on gun violence & be mbr of coalition committee started by former Congresswoman Gabby Gifford pic.twitter.com/w6Y1uGA8e3

— Chief Janeé Harteau (@ChiefHarteau) October 14, 2015…

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Witsies fight back hunger by planting a food garden

Wits volunteers are planting a vegetable garden on West Campus this Saturday September 19, to fight back against hunger in the Wits community.

In collaboration with various student volunteers, and various community outreach groups, Wits Citizen and Community Outreach (WCCO) will be planting a vegetable garden on September 19. 389 more words