With road construction season in full swing, Minnesotans have seen plenty of crews on the highways.
New state fair foods get a lot of buzz in their first year, but do they last once something new comes along?
We love our green lawns in Minnesota. According to a survey from the Metropolitan Council, more than 40% of people with sprinkler systems in the metro area water their lawns every other day.
Congress passed the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPAA, with significant privacy considerations.
Officials in London called Wednesday’s devastating high-rise fire “unprecedented.”
In 1924, President Coolidge pushed for a national Father’s Day and encouraged states to recognize the holiday.
Most homeowners know their insurance policy will pay to repair damage from hail and wind, but there are some caveats.
WCCO talked with four boat builders about this question and each had several different explanations.
Most people know to not leave pets in hot cars, but police get those calls all the time.
It’s officially mosquito season in Minnesota, as crews are out in full force trying to contain the bug.
There are a lot of moving parts involved when musical acts are deciding where to perform.
As of January 2017, more than 600,000 people had registered their drones with the Federal Aviation Administration. Last year, the FAA put rules into place regarding registration and use of the unmanned vehicles.
On Tuesday, a gunfight between a wanted Minnesota man and two bounty hunters in Texas ended with all three men dead.
Potential jurors are given a questionnaire in some cases, with questions ranging from education, to views on religion, to relationships with lawyers.
When it comes to Facebook, Google, Twitter, Apple, Instagram and more, we give them a lot of our information when we agree to use the product.
The Fifth Amendment states no person “shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.”
Just before it rains, the wind kicks up any dust that’s on or near the ground. That dust then mixes with the rain.
The National Weather Service says 8% of Americans live in mobile home, but they make up 44% of the deaths from tornadoes.
There is a psychological component to the connection between weather and emotion, says Dr. Katharine Nelson, an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota.
The hackers behind Friday’s massive cyber attack asked their victims for $300 worth of bitcoin.
Without the silky hair, there would be no corn, according to the Iowa Corn Growers Association.
It’s becoming more of the norm — children referring to adults as Sally and Tom rather than Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
There are no fancy statistics needed to remind people to call their moms this Sunday, aka Mother’s Day. But what about the other 364 days of the year?
Dandelions seed heavily and have very long roots, which make it hard for people to get rid of them.
It’s Cinco De Mayo: a big day for salsa, guacamole and cilantro. But, studies have shown up to 14 percent of people don’t like the taste of the green part of the coriander plant.