Now that it’s summer and many of us are taking some vacation time, you’d think we’d be sleeping better. However, the summer months tend to make it even harder for us to get a good night’s rest — and it’s because of what we tend to do in the evenings.
Friday’s storms knocked out power to more than half a million Minnesotans and days later, thousands of customers are still in the dark. The city of Minneapolis wants to make sure those without power are staying safe — in the heat and with the food they have left.
The death of a baby in Moorhead, who was left in a hot car, has many wondering how and why such a thing could happen. Nationally, about 38 children die while trapped in hot vehicles, according to the group Kids and Cars.
Drivers, and their wallets, have likely noticed the big 15 percent jump in gas prices this week. Some saw prices as high as $4.29 a gallon.
The 2013 fishing opener is nearly here. For tips on what it’ll take to snag winners, guide Steve Carney shares his insight.
It’s just two days until the fishing opener. Assuming you go to southern Minnesota to find fish this weekend, it’s safe to say there will be plenty of pressure from other anglers as lakes may be quite busy.
The FBI’s Minneapolis division is talking with state and local law officers about lessons the bureau has learned in active shooting situations around the country — with the goal of helping first responders be ready for anything.
People are just itching to get outside as this cold snap continues to linger, gardeners especially.
A group of Minnesota restaurants is pushing the Legislature to factor tips into their proposal to boost the state’s minimum wage.
The Minneapolis Home and Garden Show is in full bloom at the Convention Center and with spring now just a couple of weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about what to do when the snow melts.
The modern bride is faced with choices we wouldn’t have dreamed about even a decade ago — 3D invitations, big fake cakes, wedding dresses with pockets and more.
Holiday get-togethers are ramping up. With New Year’s next up, we got tips from the experts on how to plan the perfect party.
You wait for your favorite singer to come to town and when they finally do you can’t get your hands on tickets.
Minneapolis Police and Crime Stoppers are teaming up to identify the suspect in a south Minneapolis hit-and-run that seriously injured a man.
A combination of hot temperatures and high humidity is hitting the Twin Cities and punishing our plants. But there are ways to protect them.
Memorial Day weekend signals the start of summer for many Minnesotans, but authorities want to make sure residents celebrate safely, especially while on the water.
Ladies and gentlemen start your outboards! Friday at midnight you can whet a line for the walleye; but where should you go and what should you hook?
Check out these tips from EcoMedia on how to save energy on the road, which in turn could help you spend less on gas.
As the Minnesota weather turns cold, the air gets dry, and our skin starts to crack. So, what is the best way to treat dry skin?
Many people love the scent of a real Christmas tree or holiday wreath, but some greens are more fragrant and longer lasting than others.
If you have a mountain of gifts to tackle there are a few simple tricks so the presents look great under the tree.
Earlier this week, winter arrived in North Dakota. Now, it’s Minnesota’s turn. Ready or not, the first measurable snowfall is on its way.
With the debut of the new iPhone 4s, we looked at whether the it’s worth the upgrade and some ways to save money, even if you aren’t looking to switch.
The opening day of the Minnesota State Fair is also known as Thrifty Thursday, and no one knows how to better stretch a buck than Isabel Burke’s Olde Tyme taffy. The tradition started 90 years ago at the fair.
Great travel experiences on a budget don’t have to be hard to come by.