Minnesotans know even the smallest amount of snow can throw a big wrench into a commute. It can also jack up the prices to use the MnPASS lane.
In its current form, the House tax bill – H.R. 1, the Tax Cut and Jobs Act – is 468 pages long.
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.
Sometimes, the evidence is left on the road. In other cases, it can be a tiny piece on a victim’s clothes.
Home Energy Reports compare your energy usage to your neighbors, and it rates you against the most efficient homes near you.
When does it go into effect? When will you need a new license? What does it mean if you already have an enhanced driver’s license?
For many families, Christmas just isn’t the same without a tree.
Cold season is in full swing and Consumer Reports has a new warning out.
This holiday season, the U.S. Postal Service estimates delivering ten-percent more packages compared to the same last year.
The U.S., Belize, the Bahamas and Cayman Islands are the only countries who still officially use the Fahrenheit system.
Were the concept of net neutrality to go away, there’s a fear the ISPs would create two lanes of Internet speed – a slow lane and a fast lane where people would be charged extra for certain content.
Thanksgiving is homecoming for lots of kids away from college, but the experience is a little different for one group of students.
This year, Americans will eat 46 million turkeys over Thanksgiving. And, unless the your Thanksgiving turkey is a Butterball, there’s a good chance it’s from Minnesota.
Attorney General Lori Swanson PFCs caused infertility and low birthweights, but 3M says they do not harm human health.
So, with sales seemingly happening all the time, when is the best time to shop? Good Question.
Every Thanksgiving, Americans buy tons of sweet potatoes. Or are they yams? What’s the difference?
Can you catch a cold from the cold? We talk with an infectious disease expert to find out.
“If you lose weight too quickly, the body will try to reset or maintain its initial set point,” a University of Minnesota expert said.
After the 2017 Super Bowl, Houston estimated 1.3 million people attended its 10-day festival. Indianapolis estimated 1.1 million.
According to the Brewers Association, craft and export beers sales are up, while overall beer sales are flat.
For the most part, we can handle the cold. It’s Minnesota — we’re tough. But throw the wind in there, that’s a game-changer.
A consumer group asked Target to take a brand of fidget spinners off its shelves because of lead.
Heather Browns visits MVTL Laboratories in New Ulm to learn how nutrition labels are measured.
We don’t lose our keys because we’re losing our minds — it’s because we’re trying to do too many things at once.
Our brains are very busy when we sleep, but in a different way than when we are awake.