WCCO announces new morning anchor ahead of Jason DeRusha departure
DeRusha announced last month he was stepping away from his anchor role.
WCCO's Mike Augustyniak shares touching, poignant message
Augustyniak and his husband were recently featured in Lavender Magazine.
Twin Cities TV news: Who said goodbye and who joined the scene in 2021?
Your round-up of the goodbyes and hellos in the Twin Cities TV over the past year.
WCCO Radio's Jordana Green announces that her cancer is in remission
She took a leave of absence earlier this year to focus on her leukemia battle.
'I’m heading home!': CA reporter announces return to WCCO
Mitchell interned at WCCO years ago. Now, she's coming back as a reporter.
WCCO reporter Christiane Cordero is leaving for California
The announcement comes the same week WCCO welcomed a new face.
WCCO's Reg Chapman shares firsthand account of shooting on busy street
"Something has to change," the longtime journalist wrote in a widely shared Facebook post.
Watch: WCCO catches kid's passionate air-saxophone performance
A great local news find thanks to a sharp-eyed Reddit user.
New reporters heading to Twin Cities to work for KSTP, WCCO
The announcements were made this week.
Gopher players defend PJ Fleck after WCCO-TV report
"The public has made our statement," a U of M spokesperson said.
NFL Pro-Bowler, Twin Cities broadcaster Irv Cross dies at 81
Cross was a Pro Bowl cornerback, but his biggest impact was made after his career.
Heather Brown named as new WCCO 'This Morning' anchor
She will be joining Jason DeRusha on the CBS affiliate's Morning Show.
WCCO viewers keep asking why Frank and Amelia aren't social distancing
If you're not aware, the two are married.
TV news stalwart Pat Kessler to retire after 36 years at WCCO
He is one of the Twin Cities' most respected political reporters.
Man cited for alleged assault of journalist covering President Trump's Duluth rally
He's accused of hitting a WCCO photojournalist's phone out of his hand as he recorded a confrontation between the suspect and Joe Biden supporters.
WCCO reporter Bill Hudson to retire after more than 30 years on the job
Well-wishes are pouring in from his fellow journalists.
KSTP anchor, reporter gets the 'all clear' after cancer treatment
Hoffland has been undergoing chemotherapy.
This year's 'virtual' Twin Cities Pride Parade will air on WCCO
The usual parade can't go ahead due to COVID-19.
Reporter Mary McGuire is saying goodbye to WCCO-TV
The Minnesota native is leaving local TV.