While mothers may have had to share their weekend with the fishing opener, they’re near the top when it comes to work! A new analysis ranks Minnesota as the second best state in the nation for working mothers.
A $5 million settlement has been reached between the federal government and Wells Fargo. The settlement will resolve allegations that the bank discriminated against pregnant women, new mothers and women on maternity leave.
A popular Twin Cities based women’s clothing store has a new name. The sign makes it official: “Hot Mama” is now “Evereve.” The founder decided to make the change because too many people thought it was a maternity store.
A new local blog is hoping to connect moms and not just through talking about butt cream or breastfeeding. And this blog is meant to be sassy. The founders are two working moms who wanted a resource where they could find everything from date night to the best blowouts in the Twin Cities.
You may see some unfamiliar faces at the office today, or they may be familiar because they resemble your co-workers. LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional networking site, wants younger employees to bring their parents to work on Thursday to see what they do.
Check out this list of our top picks for places in Minnesota to find Mother’s Day gifts this year.
A new study shows a jump in the number of moms who say they want to work full-time.
You’ve probably heard of regular yoga and hot yoga, but have you heard of the yoga designed just for expecting mothers?
No doubt there will be plenty of people watching Adele’s first performance at the Grammys Sunday. Frank Vascellaro and Mark Rosen’s mothers, Rosalie and Doris, will certainly be watching.
Researchers believe they’ve found a link between how mothers interact with their toddlers and the toddler’s weight later in life.
Chad Greenway plays for the Minnesota Vikings, and on the field is where he wants to be. Thus, he prepares this summer as if training camp will come as usual, despite the NFL lockout.
Two mothers are welcoming the guilty verdicts against a Minnesota ex-nurse accused of seeking depressed people online and encouraging two people to kill themselves.
The University of Minnesota is launching the Minnesota part of what it calls the largest and longest study of children’s health ever conducted in the United States.