Why Is The Walleye Minnesota's Most Popular Fish?Despite their iconic status, there aren’t really all that many Minnesota lakes that hold our treasured walleye.
Zoomies, Head Tilts And Grins: Why Do Our Dogs Do What They Do?Dogs often have head-scratching, eye-opening traits that can leave an owner with a curious smile.
How Much Is A Mother's Work Worth?Heather Brown found a lot answers, but none of them is easy.
What If Your Allergy Medicine Isn't Kicking In? How Can You Find Faster Relief?Allergist Dr. John Sweet answers common questions about dealing with allergy symptoms.
What Is Qualified Immunity? And Why Do Some Want It Removed?A person who feels an officer violated their rights, such as police brutality, must find an identical case to prove what the officer did to them was wrong. Otherwise, the officer gets qualified immunity.
How Do Communities Decide Where To Plant Trees?Many Minnesota cities will host Arbor Day events, and encourage residents to plant alongside forestry crews.
How Much Does The Internet Know About Us?An extra layer of privacy is now in the hands of iPhone users. The new update should help alleviate the feeling that something is eavesdropping on your conversations.
What Percentage Of People Need To Be Vaccinated To Reach Herd Immunity?For all the progress in getting people vaccinated against COVID-19, about 40% of Americans remain hesitant about getting the shot. That's from a recent CBS News poll.
What Happens During Jury Deliberations?After weeks of listening, it's now time for the jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial to speak up.
How Do Flyovers Come Together?A home opener tradition had to be called off due to weather Thursday.
Why Are Vaccines Injected Into Our Arms?Vaccine injection is nothing new, especially during flu season. But it still has us wondering. Why are vaccines injected into our arms?
Why Are We Already Seeing Mosquitoes?We're not the only ones taking advantage of these balmy spring temperatures. A certain seasonal insect is also making an early appearance.
Why Are Fewer Americans Involved In Organized Religion?For the first time ever, a Gallup poll has found fewer than half of Americans say they belong to a house of worship, whether that be a synagogue, mosque or church. That's down more than 20 points from just 20 years ago.
How Will Spending Cryptocurrency Online Work?Online shoppers now have a new way to spend digital money. Tuesday, PayPal announced it will allow customers to use cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin, as a form of payment.
Flashback: The 1st Intercollegiate Basketball Game Was Played At HamlineBack then, there were no three-pointers. Each bucket counted for a single point. Players weren't allowed to dribble, but rather just pivot and pass.