Calling all outdoorsmen and women! The Minnesota Sportsmen’s Show is back. It’s going on at the St. Paul RiverCentre all weekend long.
WCCO is going to the dogs. This weekend is the Land O’Lakes Kennel Club Dog Show at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
Minnesota’s Public Utilities Commission has scheduled five hearings over five straight days next month to hear from people with strong opinions about a proposed oil pipeline.
It’s a special weekend for Minnesota’s Hmong community. Friday is the beginning of a three-day Hmong New Year event at the St. Paul RiverCentre. Organizers say they expect about 20-000 – 30,000 people Friday, but many more during the rest of the weekend.
There will be a variety of different cultures on hand this weekend as the St. Paul RiverCentre plays host to the Festival of Nations. The event features foods from a variety of different countries, demonstrations and dances from different parts of the world and even a naturalization ceremony for those wanting to become American citizens.
St. Paul’s plan to revitalize and redevelop key downtown sites took another step forward Friday as the task force formed by Mayor Chris Coleman unveiled possible development plans for the city.
It may be bitterly cold outside, but fans of the outdoors can start dreaming of summer at the 44th annual Minnesota Sportsmen’s Show. The event opens Thursday, Jan. 9, and runs through Sunday, Jan. 12, at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
Dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds will compete next weekend in the Land O’Lakes Kennel Club Dog Show in St. Paul. More than 2,000 purebred canines will vie for American Kennel Club awards at St. Paul RiverCentre from Jan. 3-5.
Many students are starting a long weekend tonight. That’s because most schools are closed Thursday and Friday for an annual statewide teachers’ conference.
Thousands of people showed up before sunrise for a day-long celebration of Catholicism in the Twin Cities Saturday. The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis hosted the “2013 Rediscover” event at the RiverCentre in St. Paul, described as a celebration of “the depth and beauty” of the Catholic faith. The event, headlined by Archbishop John Nienstedt, was held in the midst of controversy after a priest pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct, child pornography was discovered on a reverend’s laptop and the diocese announced they were creating a taskforce to investigate the way church officials handled accusations.
You can spot a Taylor Swift fan in every foot inside St. Paul’s RiverCentre Saturday afternoon. When fan Isabelle Wyman was asked about what she likes about Swift, she clearly stated her case. “Everything. She’s nice, she’s pretty. Everything,” Isabelle said. We found a non-typical fan in her dad, Dave Wyman.
St. Paul will turn into Tinsel Town this weekend during the 13th annual “So The World May Hear” awards gala at the RiverCentre. Two of the celebrities that are set to appear at the event dropped into WCCO This Morning.
Paul will turn into Tinsel Town this weekend during the 13th annual So The World May Hear Awards Gala at the RiverCentre.
The most talked about, expensive and historic vote was the one for the marriage amendment, which for the first time in any state did not receive enough votes to pass.
We’ll get a better idea today of whether Minneapolis City Council members are ready to approve the Vikings stadium plan.