There have been a lot of great inventions made right here in the state of Minnesota. The obvious ones are roller blades, the stapler, the pacemaker. But one the country and world relies on every day to keep us safe on the roads is celebrating a milestone.
Tuesday marks 24 years since Jacob Wetterling was abducted at gunpoint near his St. Joseph, Minn., home.
And his mother, Patty, said she’s still hopeful her son will be found, as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children released a photo of what 35-year-old Jacob could look like.
Fairview Southdale in Edina is embracing technology and putting a team of robots to work inside patients’ rooms. The robots eliminate hard-to-kill germs and viruses that can linger in a room, even after it’s been cleaned, and tests show they’re effective in reducing the number of infections that people get in hospitals.
We all know that bugs are even worse at night when the street lamps come on or the front porch light. So why are bugs attracted to light?
The cold and flu season has officially begun, and one company says it has the newest tool to protect you and your family since hand sanitizer.
The Interstate 35W Bridge in Minneapolis is turning pink to raise awareness of breast cancer.