A couple days ago, the Minneapolis Police Department released a video entitled, "How you can recognize the 8 indicators leading up to acts of crime and terrorism." The clip was produced using federal dollars and the help of a non-profit called the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL).As th ... More >>
Twin Cities couples on the moment they found love
Who knew Reg Chapman was so cool to hang out with?By now you've heard of Dave Chappelle's seemingly interminable stay in the Twin Cities. But what you may not know is that he's old buddies with WCCO's Reg Chapman.
Don Shelby: Happy trails to you.We've said it before, but we'll say it again: If an asteroid were hurtling toward Earth, imperiling humankind, we'd want to hear the news from Don Shelby. How would the planet's imminent demise affect us locally? We know Shelby would give it to us straight. No ... More >>
The word "boobies" never passed their lips.Some school districts around the state are getting squeamish over "boobies," and so is WCCO. Like us, the station reported yesterday on how some schools want to ban breast cancer awareness bracelets that say "I heart boobies."
Santaniello recovers from the State Fair's pork chopsHusband and wife team Amelia Santaniello and Frank Vascellaro co-anchor the 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts for WCCO--taking up prime dinnertime real estate for their family (the couple has three children). Working around their busy schedules--and w ... More >>
Courtesy WCCOAmelia Santaniello's smiling here, but there were tears laterDon Shelby's looming retirement from the WCCO anchor desk hasn't exactly been a secret. The only unknowns were, "When?" and, "Who takes his place?" Both questions were answered this morning: Shelby will sign off from h ... More >>
The local news media mainstay signs of the radio today, and from his TV anchor slot next December.
Searchlights dazzled overhead. Champagne flowed in the streets. And it all started at the dome.
Surviving the News in the Hometown Team's Summer of Self-Love
When the Vikings' train derailed en route to the Super Bowl, no one lost out bigger than the local media
Other TV news personalities stay planted behind the desk. Then there's Robyne Robinson, who claims the whole Twin Cities for her stage.