At the corner of County Road 69 and Highway 169 in Shakopee, there’s a pretty mix of black-eyed Susan, Monarda, wild onion, milkweed and Canada goldenrod.
Investigators say the blast at Minnehaha Academy happened when someone was moving a gas meter.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), better known as the Dow, surpassed 22,000 on Wednesday.
More than 400 hours of new video is posted to YouTube every minute. A small, but significant slice of it has terrorist content.
Losing a tooth is a rite of passage for a young child, but sort of a strange phenomenon when you think about it.
We don’t think much of manholes unless a gas line breaks or a sewer backs up.
When Amazon’s stock price jumped overnight, it briefly made Jeff Bezos the wealthiest guy on Earth.
GoFundMe has helped people raise more than $3 billion since it started in 2010.
Every parent has been there. You’re out in public, your child starts screaming and ends up flailing on the ground.
There was a big change in humidity over the weekend. Saturday was sweaty, but by Sunday, the air was much easier to breathe. High humidity means there’s a lot of water in the air, but what causes it? Good Question.
Put together, an acidic OJ and a minty toothpaste and you get what one Minneapolis man calls, “nasty grossness.”
This week, doctors diagnosed Senator John McCain with an aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma.
Sunscreen is a must in the summer. But some of us apply with lotions and others with spray.
On Tuesday afternoon, WCCO’s Heather Brown drove on I-394 in a 2017 Volvo XC90 with no hands on the steering wheel and no feet on the brake or gas.
The BCA says the two Minneapolis officers involved Saturday night’s shooting were wearing body cameras, but that those cameras weren’t turned on.
Ever notice fire hydrants aren’t always red? The ones in West St. Paul are, but the ones in South St. Paul are yellow.
Choosing debit on a debit card usually means entering a pin, but choosing credit on that same card does not.
One of every two households in the US has an Amazon Prime membership, and 43% of all online sales went through Amazon in 2016.
“The goodness about [ticks] lies in their very large salivary glands,” says a tick researcher at the University of Minnesota.
New numbers from the Labor Department show wages in the U.S. are growing at about 2.5 percent a year. That’s below the 3 to 3.5 percent economists consider typical in a healthy economy.
A study out of Japan found mosquitoes prefer Type O blood the most and Type A the least.
This weekend, almost all lanes of I-35W will close for an eight-mile stretch from Interstate 494 down to the Burnsville split.
Members of Congress once had the plan that’s currently given federal employees called the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHB).
It’s an Independence Day tradition — as soon as it’s dark out, our skies light up. The American Pyrotechnics Association estimates there will be 16,000 fireworks shows across the country around the July Fourth holiday.
watermelon breeders cross two different types of watermelon plants.