Outdoor Enthusiasts, Winter Businesses Love Latest StormFor many, the snow means good times on a sled or cross country skiing. For others it means big bucks. Lots of outdoor enthusiasts have been waiting for this day for quite some time as several inches of snow fell on the Twin Cities metro and southern Minnesota.
4 Things To Know: Search Called Off For Marines, East Coast Braces For Storm, Colorful Clothes & MoreFrom the search being called off for 12 missing Marines in Hawaii to a major snowstorm headed for the east coast, here's a look at the top four stories to know about for Jan. 20, 2016.
Many Local Businesses Relieved After Major SnowfallThe winter storm that finally brought a significant snowfall to the Twin Cities is whipping up a flurry of business. From hardware stores to ski slopes, owners are happy to no longer be feeling the cold shoulder from winter.
More Than 240 Crashes Reported Following Winter StormWhile Tuesday's afternoon commute looks to be vastly improved, Minnesota's winter storm resulted in hundreds of crashes so far.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow Emergencies Following Winter StormThe city of Minneapolis declared a snow emergency Tuesday morning following a winter storm that brought a few inches of snow to the metro area.
4 Things To Know: Winter Storm Totals, Unrest In Cleveland, Kennedy Center Honors & MoreFrom weather in the north to unrest in the Midwest to Kennedy Center Honors in the east, here is a look at the top four stories from Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015.
Snow Tapers Off After Winter Storm Dumps Over 9 Inches On SW Minn.Ready or not, winter is finally here in Minnesota. Snow fell throughout the night across the state, bringing impressive totals in the southwest. WCCO Weather Watchers reported 9.5 inches in Spring Grove and 8.2 in Alpha by Tuesday morning.
Winter Storm System Hits Metro, Southern MN; Large Snow Totals ExpectedMinnesota is expecting its first major winter storm of the season. A Winter Storm Warning goes into effect 3 p.m. Monday and lasts through Tuesday at noon for central and southern Minnesota, and west central Wisconsin.
4 Things To Know: Post-Holiday Sales, Winter WallopThese are the four stories you need to know about for Monday, Dec. 28. They include the Twin Cities' likely first major wallop of snow this season, and post-Christmas sales you might consider taking advantage of.
Winter Storm Leads To Power Outages, Closed I-90 Across The DakotasOfficials have reopened part of Interstate 90 in southern South Dakota, but travel remains difficult in much of the Dakotas due to a snow storm that also has caused power outages and school closures.
First Snow Makes For Slippery Day On Minnesota RoadsTwin Cities drivers got snow both during the morning rush hour and for the evening commute as we got our first significant snow of the season. It took commuters a lot longer to get to work Monday morning, and just as long to get home Monday night.
MN State Patrol: 145 Crashes, 9 Injured In Metro During Morning SnowCommuters heading home from work Monday are hoping that drive will be better than the drive to work or school this morning. The Minnesota State Patrol says there were hundreds of accidents during the morning commute. Monday morning's dose of heavy snow resulted in nearly 150 crashes, but none were fatal.