St. Paul School Mulls Dropping Holiday CelebrationsBruce Vento Elementary School in St. Paul serves more children of color than white students. That is why Principal Scott Masini wants to find a way to honor and engage in holidays that are inclusive of the student population.
More Than 2,500 DWI Arrests Made In Minnesota Over The HolidaysSafety officials say that over the holidays, law enforcement officials on Minnesota roads arrested 2,502 people for driving under the influence.
Good Question: Why Do We Like To Buy Stuff?Over the long Thanksgiving weekend, the National Retail Federation reports the average shopper spent about $300. Three-quarters of that total went towards gifts for others, but a big chunk of the spending went towards ourselves.
7 Athletes You’d Want To Do Your Black Friday Shopping For YouStuffed from too much turkey? Have these athletes shop for you on Black Friday.
Mpls. Firefighters, Meals On Wheels, Deliver Thanksgiving Meals to 70 FamiliesFor some families, the holidays can be a tough time to put food on the table. This Thanksgiving, some Twin Cities firefighters wanted to make sure families in need could celebrate.
Snow, Cold Doesn't Keep Black Friday Shoppers At BayIt is officially on – deep discount shopping has begun all over the metro. Best Buy opened at 5 p.m., with lines beginning at 12 p.m. Target at Ridgedale opened at 6 p.m., lines there began at 3:30 p.m.
Delicious Thanksgiving Tweets From Minn. Sports TeamsIt's Thanksgiving, so we thought we'd compile some great turkey tweets from Minnesota's sports stars!
Thanksgiving Meals On Wheels Volunteers Serving Up HopeThousands of Twin Cities families have food on the table Thursday thanks to Thanksgiving Meals on Wheels.
Community Thanksgiving Meal Planned At 4th Precinct Protest SiteProtesters and community groups are planning a community Thanksgiving dinner outside of a Minneapolis police station where demonstrators have been camped out for more than a week.
Expect Snowy, Icy Roads For Parts Of Minn. This ThanksgivingExpect snowy and icy roads this Thanksgiving as the first snow of the season hits the Twin Cities. From southwestern Minnesota to the metro this will primarily be a snow event, with one to three inches possible in spots.
7 Sports Personalities You Shouldn't Invite To Thanksgiving DinnerIt's vital to choose who comes to your Thanksgiving feast wisely, so be sure to avoid these seven sports personalities.
Good Question: How Should You Carve A Turkey?Everyone has their own Thanksgiving traditions, even when it comes to cutting the turkey. But how do you maximize the meat without making a mess?

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