The tornado that tore through the town of Wadena in 2010 left 4,000 community members working tirelessly to clean up the extensive damage. From the air, it looked like a war zone. Homes were flattened; a church was destroyed; school buses were covered in debris from all that was left of Wadena Deer Creek High School.
An always entertaining list of commercials, the best of 2010. Some of these are artistic and others are just plain funny. Check them out for yourself.
A 27-year-old Minneapolis man has been sentenced to 38 years in prison for the Nov. 9, 2010 murder of a 28-year-old man, according to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office.
The number of people in Minnesota diagnosed with HIV or AIDS declined in 2010. But state health officials say the 11 percent drop in cases doesn’t tell the whole story.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton made $671,724 last year — more than enough to qualify for an income tax hike under his budget proposal, according to tax returns released Tuesday.
The number of Minnesota homeowners who fell behind on their mortgage in 2010 increased over the previous year.
Here’s the link to the story Chad mentioned about outrageous fees.
It’s not easy being a Minnesota sports fan these days.
These are WCCO.COM’s most-watched videos of 2010.
Thanks to Huffington Post and YouTube, you can sample some of the best bits of late night television from 2010
Minnesota had more reported tornadoes in 2010 than any state in the nation with 145. The preliminary numbers were issued by the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center.
Remember the Geico ad with that annoying pig? The Daily Beast rated it one of the “Worst Commercials of 2010″. We’ve got a link to the entire list.
Were you a fan of the new Old Spice commercials? How about “Cat Drives a Tractor”? Videogum has compiled a collection of the best viral videos of 2010.
The funny folks over at JibJab.com have come up with another video poking fun at politics. This time its President Obama and Vice President Biden saying goodbye to a rough 2010.
The holiday season has, as it inevitably does, arrived full force again, and there are so many things to do. And just not in the Twin Cities, but all over the state. Here are just a few suggestions of things to do from now through New Year’s, whether you’re hanging out in the metro area or heading outstate for some family holiday time.