All Super Bowl week, out-of-towners raved about the friendliness of Minnesotans.
A 7-year-old Plymouth boy got the gift of a lifetime Thursday: Four tickets to the Super Bowl.
CBS Sports icon Lesley Visser is no stranger to Minnesota.
On Monday afternoon, Vikings kicker Kai Forbath stopped by the WCCO Rooftop for a little ice-fishing and punting.
How much do Super Bowl halftime performers get paid? The answer is pretty surprising.
The WCCO Rooftop Fish House is celebrating Minnesota — and supporting ACES.
In the downtown areas, St. Paul and Minneapolis will truck snow to locations they’d rather not share.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, there were almost 300 reported crashed and more than 500 spinouts in Monday’s storm.
Ten-thousand Americans die in crashes blamed on alcohol each year.
“It was so loud.” That was Coach Zimmer describing the energy at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday night.
U.S. Bank Stadium generally holds 66,000 football fans, but during the Super Bowl, not all of those seats will be available to fans.
State health officials say Minnesota is in peak influenza season. It’s also been a busy time of year in doctor’s offices for the common cold.
State emergency officials in Hawaii made an enormous mistake over the weekend.
Sports can invoke powerful emotions and even temporary changes in our bodies. But, why?
President Donald Trump will undergo a physical on Friday — his first annual exam since taking office.
We know it as the Vikings war chant, the rally cry, the word that brings the fans together – but what does it mean, and where did it come from?
There are a number of viruses – including colds, gastrointestinal viruses and influenza – circulating as they do every winter in Minnesota.
It becomes a problem if it causes a person anxiety, depression, negativity or gets in the way of their other goals and healthy well-being.
University of Wisconsin scientists say the noisiness of the snow depends on how cold it is outside.
It turns out that we have something in common with our cellphones: we both don’t like the extreme cold!
Financial adviser Mike Kojenen says if you do strike it rich, the very first thing you should is to put the ticket in a safe place.
Detox products all over store shelves — and the internet — promise to rid your body of toxins.
From paying for kids’ college to saving for retirement, there are a lot of big decisions about money to make. Many wonder if they should seek professional help.
Whose mom hasn’t told them you lose most of your body heat from your head?
Bundle up this weekend — or just stay inside — because the warmest it’s going to get is negative 4.