Behind The Scenes
Next time your car stalls on the freeway, smile and wave. At the epicenter of MnDOT’s traffic operations in Roseville, these are the people likely looking back at you. Through 600 live cameras, MnDOT is able to pinpoint potential problems as they happen — like a flat tire or a crash — and speed up their response to keep traffic moving.
Radio.com was in Las Vegas, at the ACM Party for a Cause, on the red carpet, at the awards show and in the press room covering the event. Here are 10 things that CBS didn’t show you on television.
A reinvented Phantom of the Opera opens Friday in Minneapolis. The Orpheum Theatre will host the show through Jan. 5. The Phantom of the Opera has been on Broadway for 25 years, but this version was first seen in England last year.
On the first floor of Studio 57, CBS This Morning gets going at 7 a.m. And never really stops. Even when the news ends on the East Coast at 9 a.m., the crew updates the show for the West Coast.
The WCCO This Morning team got another busy day started at the Minnesota State Fair by showing us what goes on behind the scenes when we go home and go to bed.
Police citizen’s academies are giving the community a better chance to learn about law enforcement in their city.
While most of us are out here having fun, there’s one group keeping us all healthy.
You need a front and a back line of crews hussling to get the turkey out to the customers. Twenty-five-thousand pounds of turkey will be served and no one should wait longer than 30 seconds to get a sandwich.
With such a large home, now owned and operated by the Minnesota Historical Society, there are bound to be areas that are off-limits on the regular James J. Hill House tour.
The Guthrie is an impressive piece of architecture, with its curvaceous blue facade featuring larger than life portraits of playwrights, and an Endless Bridge, which, according to the Guthrie’s website, is one of the longest occupied cantilevered bridges in the world.
Amelia Santaniello had the unique opportunity to tour the White House’s garden and to talk with the First Family’s chef.
A law that was put into effect in Minnesota this summer was supposed to stop the sale of synthetic drugs. However, test results from the state’s largest lab show it’s not that simple.
Even though the current Science Museum of Minnesota appears to be staying at this location for a while with our old favorites — the mummy is always a must-see — many exhibits continue to move in and out rather frequently.
I’m never washing these shoes, again. Ahem, allow me to explain. These shoes — the ones I’m wearing — just got a backstage tour of the Bon Jovi stage at the Xcel Energy Center.