An altered power structure, new faces, old fights and an unrecognizable Capitol building will shape the Legislature’s 2015 session.
New Year’s resolutions can be tough to keep. Studies show only 8 percent of people actually keep them. So why not try something new this year? Twin Cities blogger Jasmine Stringer shared with WCCO four alternative ways to establish goals and live a more fulfilling life in 2015.
With the arrival of a new year comes the start of a number of new Minnesota laws. Here is a rundown of some of the most notable ones. One of the biggest law changes in 2015 means new training requirements for young drivers.
The Minnesota Vikings will have the 11th pick in the 2015 draft. The Vikings were one of three teams with a 7-9 record, but the combined record of their opponents was worse than Cleveland and New Orleans to put them ahead of the Browns and Saints. The draft will be in Chicago, April 30 through May 2.
A common resolution this time of year is to deal better with money. Whether it’s spending less on lattes, saving simply saving, sticking to financial responsibility can be tricky. To get advice on that, WCCO Sunday Morning spoke with financial adviser Nicole Middendorf.
Royal Caribbean is set to launch a new series of “Quantum” class cruise ships in 2015 that will feature many new amenities, including an unrivaled view of the horizon.
It’s a Minnesota first — two metro high school football teams will play in front of the nation tomorrow night. The local football scene is in the spotlight because of Jashon Cornell, the Cretin-Derham Hall defensive end is ranked as the No. 1 2015 recruit in the country, according to ESPN.
Minnesota’s lowest-wage workers are closing in on a government-mandated raise.
Wal-Mart plans to construct a distribution center in Mankato, employing about 300, and helping serve those in the Upper Midwest, the company said on Tuesday.
If you own a home or a business in Minneapolis, the city would like you to consider adding a rain garden.