A Year After Jordan Flooding, Brewery Still Exposed To Elements It's been nearly a year since flooding caused tens of millions of dollars of damage across southern Minnesota. Rain sent mud cascading into the back of the old Jordan brewery. Tenants had to move out, and a new brewery set to open for the first time in 80 years, was forced to find a new home.
Melting Snow Tough On Ski Shops, Outdoor EnthusiastsWhile the snow is piling up on the East Coast, we're enjoying temperatures in the 40's here in the Twin Cities.
PODCAST PAGE: WCCO Morning News With Dave Lee 9-4-14 John Hines Fills InJohn Hines sits in for Dave Lee and finds out about severe weather in Central Minnesota.
2-17-14 School Headaches Due To The Weather On The Morning News With Dave LeeNew Prague initially had today on the calendar for a make up day....because of the weather...and guess what happened?
It's A 'Rush Hour' Harvest With Crops BehindIt has been a challenging year for Minnesota farmers. Many got their crops in late, dealt with dry conditions in August, and are now working in wet fields this fall. You may remember that some parts of the state got more than a foot of snow in early May, which is prime planting time for farmers.
Since May 1, Mpls Has 3X More Rain Than SeattleAfter a miserable winter, you'd think Mother Nature would cut us a break. Think again. The 6 1/2 inches of rain since May 1 is three times what Seattle, Wash., has experienced.
Warm Up Breathes Life Into Minnesotans, Outdoor DiningWith Friday's great weather, Minnesotans headed to the nearest outdoor eating spot.
Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 6: 'The Fifth Season'When a small Belgium town holds its annual festival to chase away winter with a bonfire, the citizens find it impossible to light their ample kindling. But stranger things await the town in The Fifth Season, a gorgeously filmed gem by husband and wife directors Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth.
Golfers, Gardeners Aching For Spring's ArrivalThe calendar says the first day of spring is Wednesday. But at Edinburgh USA in Brooklyn Park, Minn., spring is nowhere in sight.