It’s Game On For New Pinball Bar In MinneapolisA group of Twin Cities restaurateurs have come together to create a one of a kind bar in south Minneapolis.
Inver Grove Heights Woman Trying To Create A Unique Hair SalonAn Inver Grove Heights woman has setup a GoFundMe page to create a salon accessible to people with physical or intellectual challenges.
HCMC Takes Their Safety Message To The Front LinesConstruction crews working on Hennepin County Medical Center’s new Clinic and Specially Center at 8th Street and Chicago Avenue are getting regular visits from health care workers.
How Effective Are Campaign Lawn Signs?With just over two weeks left to go before the end of the election season, more and more signs are starting to show up on neighborhood lawns.
Professional Clowns Say 'Creepy Clown' Craze Hurting BusinessThe clown craze is no laughing matter to professional clowns here in the Twin Cities.
Making Ryder Cup Players Feel At Home At HazeltineCatering to the needs of 24 of the world's best golfers is a tall task.
Twin Cities Doctor Creates $50 EpiPen AlternativeDr. Douglas MacMahon, with the Allergy and Asthma Center of Minnesota in Eagan, has created an Epinephrine (EpiPen) alternative that he is trying to get on the market.
Hazeltine Transforms Into Ryder Cup CityHazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska looks more like a housing development than a golf course.
St. Paul K-9 Uses Nose To Help Lost ToddlerA St. Paul canine officer is being praised for helping a little boy get home.
National Night Out Events Planned Across Minnesota TuesdayIt's National Night Out across the country and Minnesota tends to lead the nation in participation. The annual event brings the community together.
Could Minneapolis Be An Olympic Host City?A week from this Friday on August 5 the world will be watching the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics 2016. One individual that will likely pay close attention is president and CEO of Meet Minneapolis, Melvin Tennant.
General Mills And The Lone RangerMinnesota-based General Mills turns 150 years old this year. The company does not have an exact date on when mills started making flour in 1866, but you can wish the company a happy birthday at the Stone Arch Bridge Festival Friday night.