Group Says Lake Calhoun Was Named After A Different CalhounSave Lake Calhoun's advertisement says that Minnesotans have been "duped into an inflammatory and false narrative about Lake Calhoun."
Dreaming Of A White Christmas? Here's Our ProbabilityNOAA took normal climate factors to determine the probability that there would be at least 1 inch of snow on the ground on Dec. 25.
'Titanic,' 'Superman,' 'Dumbo' Added To National Film Registryhe library selects movies for preservation because of their cultural, historic or artistic importance.
'Feminism' Is The Word Of The Year For 2017It saw a 70 percent increase in lookups over 2016 on Merriam-Webster.com and experienced a major spike around the Women's March in January.
Americans Spending Less On Big Gifts This SeasonA new survey shows nearly 55 percent of Americans will buy a gift that costs at least $50 this holiday season.
Good Question: How Do Birds Survive Minnesota Winters?Not all Minnesota birds head for warmer temperatures in the winter. Birds like woodpeckers, sparrow, crows, hawks and some robins end up sticking it out up north.
Over 6 Years Later, Adele's '21' Drops From Billboard 200Despite the long run, it doesn't come close to Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" for longevity.
Books Returned To Library Nearly 100 Years LateThe books were checked out in the early 1900s and were recently found in a box in Texas.
'Explore Minnesota' Facebook Page HackedMinnesota's tourism agency has removed a hacker who was peppering the agency's Facebook page with bizarre postings.
Duke Rescinds Journalism Award Given To Charlie RoseDuke issued a statement saying it has no plans to rescind a separate honorary degree given to Rose in 2016.
Men Wonder If Hugging Women Crosses The LineThe sexual misconduct allegations that have brought down powerful men are sending a shiver through the workplace.
Companies Cutting Alcohol From Holiday PartiesSome companies will also have party monitors to keep an eye out for inappropriate behavior.