What Happens To All Of The Unpicked Pumpkins?As much as 10 percent of a pumpkin patch can be left behind each year. It’s often the not-so-round, rotten ones that no longer have a stem.
Where Does The U Of M Stand In Terms Of Tuition?University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler is proposing to increase tuition rates for out-of-state students by 15 percent. If passed by the Board of Regents, that would mean those students would pay $28,730 in 2018-2019 and $35,000 in 2019-2020.
What Are The Busiest Days At The Airport?Thousands of families were flying out of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Wednesday to take advantage of the long MEA weekend.
Where Do All Our Raked Leaves Go?Minnesotans collect an incredible amount of leaves and yard waste through raking, mulching, blowing and sweeping up the streets.
Do Students Go To School More Or Less Than In The Past?Since the mid-1960s, American children have been going to school between 170 and 180 days a year.
Why Are Dogs So Loyal?Everyone has a story about dog loyalty. Their dog follows them from room to room, does a dance when they get home or lays by their side when they're sick.
Why Do Minnesotans Say 'Duck, Duck, Gray Duck?'Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph started a game of "Duck, Duck, Gray Duck" after a touchdown and called it "Duck, Duck, Goose."
What Are Shoppers Returning?It's estimated that U.S. shoppers return more than $260 billion worth of items every year.
How Did The Vikings Get Their Colors?According to Vikings’ historian Fred Zamberletti, the first general manager of the team, Bert Rose, chose the colors purple and gold.
How Do You Grow A Great Pumpkin?A visit to the pumpkin patch is a fall tradition for so many families.
When Is An Attack Considered Terrorism?Some members of the United States Congress have labeled what happened in Las Vegas an act of terrorism.
How Common Are Mass Shootings?The massacre in Las Vegas is being called the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. To some, it seems like these tragedies happen more often. But do they?