Our cold winter temperatures make a lot of things difficult, from travel to just getting the mail.
As Minnesotans turn their clocks back one hour this weekend, the state fire marshal is reminding citizens to also change their smoke alarm batteries. State Fire Marshal Bruce West says people die every year in homes where smoke alarms aren’t working properly, or aren’t there at all. Dead or missing batteries are the most common reasons that alarms fail.
They’re a fixture of our suburban landscape. Big box stores with big boxes in the shopping carts. People swear by their Costco and Sam’s Club memberships, but they have to buy big in order to save big. So, what if you don’t want to buy in bulk, and are the big sizes a better deal anyway?
We are still in the thick of winter weather and your car might not be dealing with the elements as well as it was at the start of the season. But if you haven’t been taking great care of your car so far, it isn’t too late. Nina Moini talked with Bobby & Steve’s Auto World operations leader Allen Sando.
Some metro businesses with power are allowing people to come in and charge their cell phones. All Cub Food stores have power stripes set up at the service desk to let shoppers recharge as they buy food. Craig Striech is manager of the store in Plymouth
Every winter, police send out a warning: Don’t leave your car running with the keys inside.
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It is the mantra of the professional mechanic. You do diagnostic testing of a vehicle to determine what needs to be fixed, rather than just replacing the parts that are “probably” causing the trouble.
The state fire marshal is reminding Minnesotans that the end of daylight saving time is a good time to check smoke alarm batteries.