The announcement that Herman Cain is suspending his 2012 presidential campaign may be good news for Michele Bachmann.
First, it started with Black Friday. Then, there was Cyber Monday. Now, there’s also Small Business Saturday.
A retired Plymouth woman says she’s planning to surprise anti-Wall Street protesters with a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal.
Members of the public looking to voice their opinion on a potential Vikings stadium will have the chance to do so next week but they’re asked to sign up in advance and keep it short.
Thanks to a Minnesota bridal salon, some Twin Cities military brides were able to say “yes” to the dress without having to commit to the price tag this week.
You may have noticed an increasing number of men growing mustaches lately, but what you might not know is that it’s for a good cause.
They pop up every fall: dozens of haunted houses, horror movies and Halloween traditions. Some are cute, others terrifying, but why do we seem to enjoy being scared?
The annual battle for the pig takes place at TCF Bank Stadium this weekend as the Minnesota Gophers battle the Iowa Hawkeyes for the “Floyd of Rosedale” trophy. But the history behind the border battle is about more than just a bronze statue.
There’s a day, week or month for just about everything these days. National Bulk Food Week is Oct. 16 through Oct. 22 and aims to help inform people how they can save money on groceries — while helping the environment.
Some of the biggest names in men’s tennis made their way to the Twin Cities Friday, but before the Champions Series began, the pros took on some younger opponents.
For people with disabilities, being independent is one of the biggest things they strive for, and sometimes independence takes the help of a four-legged friend.
It was the first hole-in-one of his life, and was supposed to help him pay for college. But the former Coon Rapids High School golfer is still struggling to claim his prize.
Are teenagers who spend time on social networking web sites more likely to smoke, drink alcohol and use drugs? A recent Columbia University survey suggests it’s true.
A recent upgrade at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport allows passengers to make their way through security in a quicker and less intrusive manner.
We’re just a few days away from the great Minnesota get together and there are still thousands of people crossing their fingers for a job opportunity at the fair.
Nicholas Adam Kluessendorf, 22, faces three counts of attempted first-degree murder and three counts of assault in the first degree.
It has been a big week of football news in Minnesota and, as a result, there’s a lot of hype in Mankato this week as the community prepares for the 46th annual Vikings Training Camp.
The end of the state government shutdown may have led to the shattering of an old record, as Minnesotans flocked to make state park reservations.
A 19-year-old St. Paul man said that he thought his mother’s boyfriend was trying to burn him alive.
We’re often reminded to keep an eye on our pets, but after two cats were recently killed by coyotes, Eagan residents are being told to just keep their pets inside.
Lottery ticket sales are now back to normal after the government shutdown, but so far sales haven’t picked up dramatically.
For years people have been warned about the risks associated with excessive sun exposure but new research shows those who appear tanner may have an advantage after all.
Office jobs do have perks, such as climate control on those hot and cold Minnesota days. But sitting at a desk in front of a computer isn’t always healthy. However, a recent study shows just two minutes of daily exercise can provide “office pain” relief.
The Interstate 35W bridge over the Mississippi River will be getting a festive makeover for Twin Cities Pride this weekend.
Congressman Keith Ellison and the rest of the Progressive Caucus launched their “Speak Out for Good Jobs Now Tour” in Minneapolis Saturday.