'The Right Decision For Us': More Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Requiring Proof Of VaccinationThe Omicron variant has created a renewed push for people to get their vaccinations. Additionally, more places are now requiring you to show proof you've gotten your shots.
Northern Express Holiday Experience Opens In Excelsior This FridaySanta's elves have just a few more days to put the final touches on the village that has the magic of both the North Pole and Minnesota.
'Never Let It Run Out Of Water': Many Christmas Trees Drier Than Normal Due To Drought“When the tree’s really dry, the branches are essentially fine fuels, so the whole tree can go up in a time frame of maybe 30 seconds,” SPFD Capt. Roy Mokosso said.
Cyber Monday Means Busy Day For Twin Cities Amazon WorkersMany of us will likely be turning to our smartphones or computers Monday to do some shopping. Cyber Monday has begun, and one of the busiest sites will most likely be Amazon.
'We Just Wanted To Go Hard': Shoppers Endure Early Mornings, Long Lines For Black Friday DealsCOVID-19 had a big impact on Black Friday shopping last year, but this year shoppers seem to be heading out to stores again.
Bent Paddle's 'Roasty Toasty Porter' Wins MN Craft Brewer's Guild's 'Best In Show'The Minnesota Craft Brewer's Guild just announced their state-wide blind taste-test competition winners.
Minnesota Is Nation's Leader In Turkey ProductionProduction numbers show there's a good chance that a Thanksgiving turkey came from Minnesota, especially if you live in the Midwest.
Historic Wabasha Street Caves In St. Paul Begins New ChapterFrom swing dancing to disco, and gangsters to ghosts, there’s a place in St. Paul that’s had it all. And now it’s beginning a new chapter.
EV Charging Network To Connect Minnesota's Tribal Nations With Metro, Duluth: 'This Is Another Form Of Resistance'More electric vehicles will be showing up on Minnesota roads, thanks to a new plan from a Native-led nonprofit.
MSP Airport Bracing For Busiest Travel Day Of Thanksgiving WeekThe airport is expecting more than 33,000 people to pass through security checkpoints on Wednesday.
Skiers, Snowboarders Rejoice As Metro Ski Areas Start To Reopen"I like to say, you know, come out and carve the snow, and then you can carve your turkey,” said Afton Alps' Pam Hoye.
Last-Minute Shoppers Hit Stores As More Remain Closed Thanksgiving DayBlack Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is of course when shoppers hope to score those holiday deals. Every person WCCO talked to said they would prefer that employees get to be home with their families on Thanksgiving and save Black Friday deals for the actual day Friday.
List Of 2021 Restaurant Holiday Gift Card Deals In MinnesotaIt’s the best time of the year if you’re looking for a great deal on restaurant gift cards. Spend $100, get $20. Spend $100, get $25. Spend $25, get $5. It’s the perfect way to say “thank you” to coworkers, or your babysitter, or a great gift for family and friends.
'It's Just Too Easy To Live Life Alone': Residents Use Online Service To Buy Nothing, Meet NeighborsAfter moving from Brooklyn and realizing her neighborhood didn’t have a Buy Nothing online group, Sadie Struss started her neighborhood chapter. The group now has nearly 1,000 members who are saving money, cutting down on waste, and meeting their neighbors in the process.
COVID, Gas Prices Causing More Minnesotans To Stay Home For ThanksgivingAs people pack their bags for Thanksgiving, the pandemic and gas prices are throwing a wrench in some travel plans.