Finding Minnesota: Landscape Arboretum LightsA new light installation is attracting a new crowd to the arboretum through the cold weather months.
Local Humane Society Working To Keep Owners From Surrendering PetsEvery year, thousands of families have to surrender their cat or dog due to circumstances beyond their control, and one Twin Cities organization wants to change that.
'Where Would You Rather Be?': Many Skip Shopping For Free State Parks AccessThe malls and shopping centers weren't the only places bringing in big crowds on Black Friday. Many skipped the shopping rush, opting to spend the day in nature instead. They took advantage of free admittance in Minnesota's state parks.
Vikings Fans Gather For 1st Thanksgiving Game In 16 YearsThe Minnesota Vikings don't need home-field advantage for fans to show their purple pride. Team allegiance carries through no matter where and when the game is played.
Bachman's Moving Away From Pesticides In Favor Of 'Beneficial Bugs'One of Minnesota's largest floral and garden centers is making a big change to its insect pest management.
For Some Minnesotans, Snowstorm A 1st Chance For Winter FunWhile some of us wanted our warm November to continue, others can't wait to get out and enjoy all the snow.
For Minnesotans, 1st Snowstorm Is Just Another DayWith Minnesota snow, it's never a matter of if, but when.
Finding Minnesota: The Frank Lloyd Wright Service StationFrank Lloyd Wright designed and created hundreds of homes and commercial buildings throughout the country, but he left something unique in Cloquet -- home to the only service station designed by the legendary architect.
Twin Cities Couple Shares Nerves, Laughs After Gender Reveal MishapA Twin Cities couple got a big surprise during their baby’s gender reveal party, but it wasn’t the outcome they expected.
Friends Raise Thousands For Trailer Theft VictimA story of stolen property is now one of generosity for one Twin Cities man.
Rachel & Mike Battle At MB2 RacewayIf you've driven past that old FMC site in Fridley, you have noticed it has a much different look.
'Cancer Avatars' Giving Hope To PatientsResearchers at Mayo Clinic are conducting a groundbreaking clinical study that uses a patient's own cancer cells and placing them in an "avatar."

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