How Can Consumers Tell Where Their Fruits & Vegetables Come From?An E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce has now sickened more than 60 people across the country.
What Does This Extended Winter Mean For Our Lawns?All of this melting has some of us worried about what we will find underneath.
What Happens To Credit Accounts When Stores Like Herberger's Close?According to Matt Schultz of creditcards.com, there’s a good chance the credit card issuer will eventually close the card.
How Do Artists Get Stars On First Avenue? This Sunday will mark the two-year anniversary of Prince’s death, and there’s a good chance some fans will head down to First Avenue to check out his golden star.
After Biggest April Snowstorm Ever, A Blizzard Of Good QuestionsHow are official snow measurements taken? How do they move all the snow out of car dealerships?
How Often Have Minnesota Teams Made It To The Playoffs?After 14 years, The Minnesota Timberwolves snapped the longest playoff drought in NBA history.
What Exactly Is Bipolar Disorder?In this week's People magazine, Mariah Carey opens up about her struggles with bipolar disorder.
How Has The Music Industry Changed Over The Years?A lot has changed in music -- even in just the last few years -- from how much we pay, to how we tune in.
How Persuasive Is Advertising?Ask most people on the street and they’ll tell – ads don’t affect them at all.
Why Does Snow Look White?First, it’s important to understand why things are different colors. The color of an object depends on how it interacts with light. When lights touches something, that thing will absorb or reflect the different wavelengths of the light.
What’s Normal For April Snow In Minnesota?The Twin Cities hit close to a record low Wednesday morning. This came a day after the biggest April snowfall in 34 years.
What Are The Fuel Emission Standards For Our Cars?EPA administrator Scott Pruitt said the rules under President Obama aren't realistic and his agency is working on determining "appropriate standards."