Minnesota’s own Kris Humphries has the Twitterverse abuzz Saturday with a tweet that may be a jab at his former father-in-law, Bruce Jenner. The former Olympian revealed in an interview with Diane Sawyer Friday that he now identifies as a woman.
We are learning more about one of the six Minnesota men accused of trying to join ISIS. The sister of 20-year-old Guled Omar spoke to WCCO Wednesday evening. “I believe that my brother is innocent and that he didn’t do anything wrong,” Shukri Omar said.
Adrian Peterson’s agent is riling up Vikings fans, and putting the running backs’ return in doubt, after he posted this photo on social media.
Police across Minnesota are stepping up enforcement this week against distracted drivers. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says most accidents are caused by drivers using cellphones, GPS navigation, music controls or eating and drinking.
Gov. Scott Walker’s promise of a “big announcement” on April Fool’s Day turned out to have nothing to do with presidential politics.
Here is a look at the four stories you need to know about for Wednesday, March 25.
The punk rock band Dropkick Murphys is asking Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to stop playing one of their songs, saying on Twitter that “We literally hate you.”
When big news happens, it can seem like everyone flocks to Twitter. But, studies show only 19 percent of adults who use the Internet are on Twitter and only 3 percent use it regularly.
Police in Burlington, Vermont, say a social media post with threatening language aimed at the local high school was traced back to a juvenile in Minnesota.
For no clear reason, a Target employee named Alex became an internet meme over the weekend, and the Minneapolis-based retailer acknowledged it on Monday via Twitter.
Here are the top 10 Tweets sent about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ ugly throwback uni’s.
Here are the top 18 Tweets regarding Brady’s less than stellar performance.
Ahh, Twitter — for better or worse, it has changed the way we view those in the public eye, including our beloved professional athletes. And while some haven’t quite figured out what’s appropriate for social media (*cough* Ochocinco *cough*) others really get it and in turn, give their fans even more reason to adore them.
Here are the top 14 funniest reactions to Wes Welker’s suspension on Twitter.
If you’ve been on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter in the past few weeks, you’ve likely seen a friend or two voluntarily pouring an ice-cold bucket of water over their heads.
Even when consumers decide to book a trip at the last minute, they can still find some great bargains.
A number of political observers and politicians alike took umbrage with a Minnesota politician’s response to news of the death of comedian and actor Robin Williams.
The Philadelphia 76er has been chatting up Kim Kardashian and Rihanna in recent weeks but the 20-year-old Cameroonian has been making a splash on twitter for sometime now. Here are 13 of his best tweets and 13 reasons why you need to follow this future NBA star.
A Twin Cities man is upset about the way his family was treated on Southwest Airlines flight because of a tweet. Duff Watson says he and his two kids were asked to de-board a flight from Denver to Minneapolis on Sunday after an agent didn’t like a tweet he wrote about her service.
Since the Home Run Derby started late, it ended late and fireworks from an All-Star Gala didn’t go off until after midnight. The fireworks were near the Mill City Museum in downtown Minneapolis, and they woke up many people.
Those who live here already know the Twin Cities are one of the greatest places to live. But now, the mayor of Minneapolis wants you to forget “Minnesota Nice” and brag a little. Mayor Betsy Hodges is calling it the “Best Week of Bragging Ever!”
Here are the top eleven #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave we found on Twitter.
Twitter says that if you use Tweetdeck, you should log out. Late Wednesday morning, Twitter said a “security issue” affected Tweetdeck and encouraged users to log out. Later they tweeted the the following:
In a couple of weeks, college students will be graduating — and hopefully interviewing — for jobs in their chosen fields.