'You Can't Find A New One': High Demand, Low Inventory Leave Boat Buyers AdriftThe demand for boats and other watercraft has skyrocketed during the pandemic, while inventory has stayed relatively flat. Manufacturing shutdowns have added to delays.
How Minnesota's Power Grid Handles The HeatWe've had the hottest start to June on record. With more AC cranking days on the way, we wondered how our power grid is handling the heat.
Target Announces Plan To Cut Emissions To Net-Zero In Next 2 DecadesTarget says they want to be the market leader when it comes to inclusive and sustainable brands.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival Returns To Minneapolis With Huge SuccessThousands of people filled West River Parkway over the weekend for the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which is the first large community event since the mask mandate was lifted in Minneapolis.
Many Restaurant Job Applicants Aren't Showing Up For InterviewsWhile fully open, many Twin Cities bars and restaurants are having trouble filling their staff.
'Revenge Tourism' Is Breaking Booking Records At Some Minnesota Resorts And Hotels As Pandemic WanesIf you're hoping to book a last-minute trip out of town in Minnesota, you have some competition.
Entertainment Venues Still Awaiting Aid Months After Congressional ApprovalEntertainment venues have felt left in the dark about when they would see aid that was approved six months ago by Congress.
National Chicken Wing Shortage Leaves Many Restaurants Without The Popular ItemRay J's American Grill has been voted to have the best wings in Minnesota, but owners are having a hard time making sure their signature dish is available.
In Search Of Summer Workers, Employers Are Raising Wages To Attract TeensYoung Minnesotans have a major opportunity to make some extra cash.
Metro Restaurants Closing During Heat Wave To Protect Kitchen StaffWith the heat wave, some indoor spaces simply can't stay cool -- and it’s keeping some professionals out of the kitchen.
1 Million Fake 3M N95 Masks Seized From Kentucky CompanyMinnesota-based 3M says it helped stop the sale of more than one million fake N95 masks.
Twin Cities Restaurants Closing Early Due To Excessive HeatWith temperatures in the Twin Cities climbing into the upper 90s Thursday, some local restaurants are closing early.
Demand Increases For AC Fixes & Installation In Heat Wave, But Materials Face ShortageThe surge in demand for AC to stay cool is being met with a supply shortage fueled by an encumbered supply chain in the pandemic.
After Reports Of 4 Infant Deaths, Fisher-Price Recalls 4-In-1 Rock 'n Glide SoothersFisher-Price and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have announced the recall of the 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soothers following reports of four infant deaths. Fisher-Price’s 2-in-1 Soothe ‘n Play Gliders have also been recalled.
Minnesota Weather: Tips To Save On Your Energy Bill As Heat Wave ApproachesTemperatures will circle around 100 degrees this weekend, which means Minnesotans will be turning on the air conditioner—some for the first time this season.