Festival Uses Technology To Take Deployed Troops Ice FishingSpending time on a frozen lake is a rite of passage for many of Minnesotans. But for military families, that tradition got a unique twist Saturday as technology connected families to ice fishing.
Ice Castles Turn MOA Into Winter WonderlandPhotojournalist Dave Wertheimer explores the opening night of an icy exhibit now open outside the Mall of America. There are two acres full of ice castles to explore - some standing as much as 40 feet high.
Piano Helps Fill Busy Airport With Holiday JoyMinneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was busy Monday with travelers flying in just in time for Christmas, and the loved ones waiting for them
A Wedding Nightmare, On PurposeA Twin Cities woman made your average bridezilla look rather tame on Saturday. Misty and Mike Leonida renewed their vows with a zombie flare. Then the wedding party enjoyed a reception in the form of a pub crawl down West Seventh Street in St. Paul.
Vets Ice Fish With Families At Holes For Heroes Spending time on a frozen lake is a rite of passage for many of Minnesotans. But for military families, that tradition got a unique twist Saturday as technology connected families to ice fish.
Awe-Inspiring Holiday Lights Display For A Good CauseThe snow might be missing this Christmas, but one Twin Cities home has no shortage of holiday lights. Try 20,000 of them all strung and choreographed to dance to music.
Man Honors WWII Vets By Spending Winter In Foxhole A Cambridge, Minn., man lost his job as a graphic designer and gained lots of time on his hands.
Bet Shalom Students Hunt For Clues At Sculpture GardenSunday’s windy weather didn't stop some Bet Shalom fourth and fifth graders from searching for clues in a scavenger hunt at the Walker Art Center Sculpture Garden.
Twin Cities Kids Learn Anti-Bullying Strategies Some young people in the Twin Cities got some valuable training Saturday on how to deal with bullies.
1st Public Piano Shows Up In MinneapolisTake a walk through the Linden Hills neighborhood of Minneapolis and you'll likely hear piano music. What's different about this music, however, is that anyone can make it.
Video: Juneteenth Celebrated, RememberedOn Saturday, many in Minneapolis celebrated Juneteenth, the day on which slaves were set free.

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