Tuesday's #Top10WxDay Could Keep Streak Of Above Average Temperatures AliveTuesday has been declared a WCCO #Top10WxDay, and that could help keep a unique streak going.
No Rest For Paynesville's 92-Year-Old King Of Ping PongAs we age, we're all trying to find the Fountain of Youth. In some ways, a Minnesota man has already found it.
Finding Minnesota: Baldinger's Bakery In St. PaulLunch hour at any McDonald's means a steady stream of cheeseburgers, Big Macs and Quarter Pounders. But before they made their way to hungry customers, each of these buns got their start in St. Paul.
'It Needs To Be Done': Construction Will Close Half Of Lowry Tunnel In MaySome drivers may have already noticed that the Lowry Tunnel in Minneapolis is undergoing some changes. Overnight construction began this week to remove the sidewalk inside the tunnel.
Allergy Season Hits Early After February Warm Spell Brings PollenUsually, it's still weeks before allergy sufferers begin to feel the effects of tree pollen.
Archbishop Lifts Friday Meat Ban For St. Patrick's DayBecause St. Patrick's Day falls on a Friday during Lent, Archbishop Hebda of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has given the go-ahead for Catholics to eat meat this Friday.
Finding Minnesota: A To Z Printing In MontevideoIn the city of Montevideo just down the street from Jose Artigas and next door to the Hollywood Theater, you'll find a place where history is still hard at work.
Plymouth Church Asks Drivers Not To Use Parking Lot As DetourCars, trucks, and SUVs decided they didn't want to wait for the light to change and made their own path across the church parking lot.
With NCAA Tournament In Sight, Fans Have Gopher FeverThe Big Ten Tournament is looked at as just the beginning. For the first time in a few years, Gopher fans also have the NCAA Tournament to look forward to.
McGregor Basketball: A True Underdog TaleIn the town of McGregor, the boys' basketball team has truly overcome the odds.
Attorney Pleads Guilty In Porn Copyright Infringement SchemeCourt documents say 45-year-old John Steele and his partner Paul Hansmeier placed pornographic movies on file sharing websites.
Minnesota Senate Votes Down REAL ID BillThe Minnesota Senate voted down a bill Monday that would have updated the state's ID standards to comply with federal law.

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