If you’re into huge holiday lights displays, there’s a new one in Minnesota that’s worth a road trip. It’s already one of the brightest in the state in just its second year.
Heather Brown answers all your questions, from where did goose bumps get its name to where do bird go during a thunderstorm.
It’s one of the most common complaints from anyone driving downtown: timing the traffic lights to get a string of greens is a bit like hitting the lottery. But for anyone rushing between appointments or trying to get home after a long day at the office, shaving minutes off the daily commute is a payoff worth every penny.
Minneapolis is turning out the lights in city buildings for an initiative called “Earth Hour” to raise awareness of climate change.
Some Minnesota cities will turn off the lights Saturday for “Earth Hour.” The City of Minneapolis will turn off all non-essential electricity in major municipal buildings from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Typically, running at night is dangerous and stupid, but when you add a million watts of light and sound — it’s another story.
New technology has improved traffic signal timing on Hiawatha Avenue, helping drivers spend less time at red lights, the city of Minneapolis says.
Power went out at the Superdome early in the third quarter of the Super Bowl on Sunday with the Baltimore Ravens leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-6.
Hilarious Free Throw is up against Holiday Gangnam Style Light Show on THE SMACK DOWN! Click the link above to see the video and vote.
A Holiday Light Show goes Gangnam Style! Click the above LINK to see the video and vote on the Smack Down!
Mall of America is getting ready for the big rush of shoppers. The plan is to have all the decorations set for Black Friday. Extra help is hired to put up all the tinsel and lights. The work started right after Halloween, and is still going on.
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 Minnesota Governor’s Residence is kicking off the holidays.
It’s the time of year when retailers are making money while the rest of us are trying to watch what we spend.
Thursday is the one night of the year where you can drive through the center of Downtown Minneapolis and not get a ticket.