Minnesota Vs. East Coast: Whose Winter Is Tougher?It can seem like a few snowflakes on the East Coast become front-page news, prompting some Minnesotans to proclaim, "Those guys are babies."
Suffer From Varicose Veins? Study Shows Link To Blood ClotsIt's the kind of thing you hope no one notices, but in some cases varicose veins are hard to ignore because they're painful.
How To Keep Your Facebook Profile Information PrivateA massive data leak involving a popular social media site has some people scrambling to check their privacy settings.
Mille Lacs Facing 3rd Catch-&-Release-Only Walleye SeasonAnglers and resort owners on Mille Lacs Lake face a third consecutive catch-and-release-only season for walleyes.
Heading Into NCAA Tourney, SCSU Not Taking Top Seed For GrantedThe NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament starts Friday and the team to beat is St. Cloud State.
Wisconsin Boy With Rare Disease Gets Harlem Globetrotters Birthday SurpriseHarlem Globetrotters star Zeus McClurkin delivered a belated birthday gift to 10-year-old Ethan Kranig.
Group Hopes To Revitalize St. Anthony Falls District As 'Lock And Dam'It's been almost three years since the falls closed to boat traffic on the river. Since then, there's been much less action in the area.
Bill Seeks To Toughen DWI Penalties To Include Snowmobile, ATV PrivilegesMinnesota lawmakers are cracking down on drunk drivers -- on snowmobiles and ATVs.
Minn. Author Opens Co-Op Workspace For Women In Mpls.The environment you work in can have a big impact on how productive you are. That's why a Twin Cities health and wellness expert decided to start a business unlike any other in Minnesota.
Target Center, U.S. Bank Stadium Up For Sports Facility Of The YearThe Sports Business Journal Awards named Target Center and U.S. Bank Stadium among the nominees for Sports Facility of the Year.
With So Many Options To Get Home, Why Do People Still Drink & Drive?More than 400 people were arrested for drinking and driving over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend – that’s up 28 percent from last year, when the same amount of troopers were out on the road.
Senate Approves Bill Requiring Strict Oversight, $10M In Fixes For MNLARSThe Minnesota Senate has passed a bill Monday that will add strict oversight and nearly $10 million in funding to fix the state's computer system for vehicle licensing.

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