Every year, the average American family spends more than $100 on energy costs to power appliances that have been turned off. These “vampire appliances” – like televisions, cable boxes, DVD players, etc. – continue to use power once we turn off the power switch. According to the Department of Energy, this vampire power accounts for 4 to 5 percent of the energy use in a home. As is the case with almost all appliances, when we turn something “off,” it’s still usually “on” in standby mode.
It’s a Minnesota first — two metro high school football teams will play in front of the nation tomorrow night. The local football scene is in the spotlight because of Jashon Cornell, the Cretin-Derham Hall defensive end is ranked as the No. 1 2015 recruit in the country, according to ESPN.
Can you keep cool under this type of pressure? When a meteor crashes outside the office window, how would you react?
So you think you’re funny? The Upper Midwest Sitcom Writing Competition is open for entries. The contest is looking for original television scripts or pilots from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota.
A notice from Comcast — also known as XFINITY — of a new fee is prompting outrage and confusion.
Many parents focus on the amount of time their children watch TV, trying to limit it. Pediatricians have focused on it as well, encouraging kids under age two to watch no television, and kids older than two to watch no more than two hours a day.
CBS, home of Super Bowl XLVII, will create CBS Super Bowl Park at Jackson Square in the heart of the historic French Quarter in New Orleans, La., to serve as the CBS Corporation’s central broadcast center. […]
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The Minnesota Vikings have decided to take advantage of a new NFL policy that makes it easier to keep home games on local television.
Dad wins the Stanley Cup, but his daughter steals the show, vs. THE NEW CHAMP! Clumsy TV Reporter. Vote now in today’s Video Smackdown!
A man is accused of stealing a television set from the lobby of a Stillwater hospital after claiming he needed a place to stay for awhile because his mother had just died.
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The Minnesota AFL-CIO is airing TV and radio ads across Minnesota against a constitutional amendment under consideration at the Capitol that would curb union strength.
The Minnesota Vikings game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday will be televised locally after the team reached sellout status on Wednesday.