In the race to keep our lawns looking green and alive, it takes a lot of water.
WCCO would like to thank everyone who helped provide water to the residents of Duluth, Minn. and Superior, Wis. after flooding hit that area.
Heat-related deaths are preventable, but every year many people succumb to extreme heat. With a high temperature in the 90s expected Wednesday, here’s some tips on how to beat the heat.
At Big Sandy Lake, the water is up 6 feet, 6 inches and it’s still rising. The lake can’t drain into the Mississippi River as it usually does, because the river is swollen from last week’s storms.
Water is the theme in today’s video smackdown. Gooseberry Falls vs. Wedding Party Plunge!
The flood in the area near Duluth, Minn. and Superior, Wis. have been devastating to those that live and travel in there.
A water advisory has been canceled in West St. Paul, which allows residents to once again drink the tap water.
The heartache for Scott and Faith Bergemann began last Thursday night. They came home to find 3 feet of water in their basement, and spent all of the next day hauling out what little they could salvage.
A 38-year-old man is missing after police say he fell overboard on Lake Pepin Saturday evening.
Water in Lino Lakes has gotten the “all-clear” and is safe to drink as of 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, says the Minnesota Department of Health.
There is a growing concern about the possibility of flooding especially along the Mississippi River. The river is under a flood watch near St. Paul, but up north near Aitkin, a flood warning has been issued.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Don’t drink your calories”? Most nutritionists recommend saving your calories for food dishes instead of beverages. Shape Magazine put together a list to help steer you in the right direction when it comes to drink choices.
If you own a home or a business in Minneapolis, the city would like you to consider adding a rain garden.
It may seem strange to be talking about water safety this time of year, but the DNR says there were reports of more than 400 boats on the Mississippi River last week.
While sitting in the sunshine and Friday’s warmth, Dion Grace thought of summer.