How Long Can Food Be Left Out?It's the time of year for picnics, outdoor wedding and camping trips – which means lots of food outside.
When Should We Worry About Inflation?Gas just reached $3 a gallon in Minnesota -- the highest price since 2014.
How Do Wildfires Impact Sunsets And Sunrises?How do we get such vibrant sunsets and sunrises? And how are wildfires impacting them? Jeff Wagner learned when you'll need to get your camera ready.
How Should We Protect Our Eyes From The Sun? And Which Sunglasses Work Best?
Where Exactly Is 'Up North' In Minnesota?The definition of "Up North" depends on where you are. Often, it's defined from the Twin Cities' point of reference.
Is There An Ideal Time To Water Our Lawns?We love our green lawns in Minnesota. According to a survey from the Metropolitan Council, more than 40 percent of people with sprinkler systems in the metro area water their lawns every other day.
What Are Our Biggest Sunscreen Mistakes?All too often, doctors see patients not use sun protection as effectively as they can.
Why Is It So Extremely Hot This Summer?The state climatology office can't predict what will happen in July and August but hot, early summers tend to be associated with the rest of the summer being above normal.
Why Are Some People More Prone To Mosquito Bites?“One thing that scientists have known for a long time is that mosquitoes are attracted to the odor of used gym socks,” Dr. Jon Oliver said.
Given A Hot Housing Market, What Pitfalls Await Buyers Who Forgo Inspections?The fact that so many are skipping a normally routine and important part of the home buying process concerns those in the business.
What Health Information Can Employers Require From Their Workers?As more workers head back to the office, some will have to share medical information with their employers.