If you walk into any Target or Walmart, you might see paper towels on sale one day, toothpaste the next and laundry detergent after that.
As Minnesotans enter into the throes of road construction season, they encounter unexpected traffic back-ups. So, what are the top causes of traffic jams? Good Question.
The worms have been out in full force over the past few rainy days — crawling on sidewalks, driveways and into the streets.
We’re still months away from picking apples and strawberries in Minnesota, but there’s plenty of beautiful fruit stocked on grocery stores shelves right now.
President Donald Trump called for changes to the H-1B Visa program for highly-skilled workers on Tuesday.
Facebook is facing criticism because it took the social media site more than two hours to take down video of a shooting death.
The officer of the year awards recognize not only the men and women in blue, but the civilians who make a difference in the department.
It happens every spring. The snow melts and what’s piled up along the roads over the winter begins to appear. Carla from Edina noticed the trash along the highways, so she wants to know: Who picks it up? Good Question.
Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but it falls on a different date every year. The different dates got Julie from Bemidji wondering: How is the date of Easter determined?
“April showers bring May flowers” dates back to an English poem from hundreds of years ago.
Monday was the first night of Passover, an important Jewish holiday that celebrates liberation from slavery and freedom.
Mosquito eggs can sense the longer days and start hatching in the water from April showers.
We’ve become accustomed to “The Star-Spangled Banner” being played before most any game. So David from Minneapolis asked: How did the national anthem become a sports tradition? Good Question.
You’ve been there. It’s 2 a.m. You’re wide awake, and your partner is sawing logs so loudly that you’re pretty sure the neighbors can hear it.
President Trump today took on members of his own party on Twitter, particularly members of the House Freedom Caucus.
If you were up early Wednesday morning, you may have noticed the sky filled with beautiful oranges, purples and reds.
Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is not an official medical diagnosis, but several experts think it should be.
This week, new numbers will be released that measure how Americans feel about the economy. They’ll also look at how we feel about our own financial situation.
Most of us know our NCAA office pools are illegal, even if the chances of getting busted are very low.
Ever read the fine print on your cell phone bill? WCCO viewer Jeff from Alexandria did and noticed an extra $6 a month in taxes, surcharges and fees.
As Minnesota children come up on spring break, there will be lot of parents trying to figure out how to keep all their little Energizer bunnies busy.
Do you feel like you never really sleep soundly through the night? It turns out, you’re not alone. As we get older, we’re more likely to report waking up two, three, even four times a night.
The NCAA tournament brings in more than $800 million through TV rights and ticket sales. It funds a majority of what the NCAA does.
President Donald Trump has said the federal workforce is too big. He’s expected to propose significant cuts to it in his 2018 budget on Thursday.
On Monday, the city of Minneapolis yanked Surdyk’s liquor license for a month starting July 2, 2017. This came after the store opened on Sunday – four months before the new state law allowing Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota.