A survey from the National Christmas Tree Association found Americans bought almost 26 million real trees and 12.5 million fake trees.
Every week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates football “sacks”, microwaves and WCCO’s call letters.
A new study from RAND Corporation finds Americans’ lack of sleep adds up to more than $440 billion in lost work productivity every year.
If you’re buying a TV or a toy this holiday season, there’s a good chance you’re going to read an online review about it.
It’s the time of year when people pull out the credit cards more often. At places that use chip cards, those transaction will take a little longer. The technology behind those chips makes it safer, but how does it work? Good Question.
Every week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates why turkey makes us sleepy, Black Friday shopping and deer meat.
At Krueger’s Christmas Trees in Lake Elmo, four generations are working on the 35-year-old farm.
Turkey, potatoes, stuffing, pumpkin pie – those are likely some of the foods that will be on the Thanksgiving dinner table.
If you’re going to eat turkey this Thanksgiving, there’s a good chance the bird was raised in Minnesota. For the past 13 years, Minnesota has ranked first in turkey producing and processing.
Every week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates a downtown Minneapolis staple, tickling and bugs.
Over the past few months, you may have heard friends declare, “I’m done with social media.” Then they post again the following day.
Grandma might still be upset that Hillary Clinton lost., while your cousin could be very excited about making America Great Again.
If you look to the skies Monday night, there’s a chance you’ll see something that hasn’t happened since 1948 – a large supermoon. It’s 7 percent bigger and 14 percent brighter than the average full moon.
How short should you cut your grass before winter? What happens to leftover campaign money? What would happen if you didn’t rake or mulch your leaves before winter?
The Twin Cities has broken the official record for the latest freeze — a temperature reading of 32 degrees at MSP Airport.
Throughout the campaign, President-Elect Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare. It now looks like that could happen.
One expert says we often decide who to vote for with very little information, especially in more obscure races.
Each week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates bird migration, the Electoral College and mosquitoes.
Election Day is always the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Derek from Rochester wanted to know: Why is it that date?
Next Tuesday, we won’t be directly voting for the President. Instead, we’ll be voting for people who will elect our next leader.
Pope Francis told a group of international reporters today the ban on female priests will likely stay.
When people see U.S. Bank Stadium for the first time, it’s hard to miss the incredible amount of glass. From the five giant doors to the nosebleed windows to the partitions in the bowl, there’s 200,000 square feet of glass. So, John from Cottage Grove wants to know: How does U.S. Bank Stadium keep the glass clean? Good Question.
In 2012, 52 percent of American adults voted. That means almost half of people over age 18 didn’t cast a ballot during the last presidential election.
At least 20 scientific studies over the years have shown no link between sugar and a child’s behavior.
Get ready to bundle up! The National Weather Service has released its winter outlook, and it’s looking cold.