“It’s 100 percent recyclable,” says Dave Aikens, a spokesman with MnDOT. “We reuse every scrap of it.”
Analysts estimate half of Americans live in a Prime household, half of consumer start their searches with Amazon, and the huge online retailer is expected to make up half of all online sales this year.
That might not be an option up everyone’s alley, but there are alternatives.
Anyone who heads “Up North” on Friday afternoon knows it can feel like every Minnesota has a cabin. But, how many actually do? Good Question.
A person riding their bike in the street should follow the rules of the road just like any other vehicle.
“Everyone who goes to federal prison, unless they screw up badly while they’re in prison, they get 15 percent off their sentence for what’s called good time.”
Why are there typically 10 hot dogs per pack and only eight buns per bag?
WCCO-TV gets an inside look on what makes fireworks tick — and boom!
So, what happens to our skin during a sunburn? Good Question.
The high temperature on Friday is expected to be 98 degrees. But it’s going to feel closer to 105 degrees with all the humidity.
They are the colors of Captain America, the Minnesota Twins and every balloon animal made to celebrate the Fourth of July.
According to MN Statute 13.82, Subd. 7, most investigative data are “confidential or protected nonpublic while the investigation in active.” But that same Minnesota law also says there are circumstances where law enforcement could release the data.
On average, children lose one-month of school learning over the summer. The declines are larger in math compared to reading and the losses are higher as children get older.
Decades ago, butchers would measure by sight, but that created inconsistent results in terms of quality.
There are 45 million immigrants living in the United States, and about 11 million are undocumented.
Starting Monday, St. Paul police are conducting a two-week crackdown on drivers who don’t stop when they should.
“Now, to be a good dad, you’re expected to do more of what mothers used to do,” says Dr. Bill Doherty, professor of family science at the University of Minnesota.
Most of that water is used by power plants to generate power. Slightly more than a quarter goes to public water systems.
The FDA recently approved a new kind of drug that could reduce migraines and shorten how long symptoms last.
Experts believe North Korea has between 15 to 100 nuclear bombs.
Starting Friday night, MNDOT will close the main entrances from 35W in and out of downtown for four months. For some drivers, that will seem like a very long time.
From fishing to water skiing — to just cruising on the lake, Minnesota has a special relationship with boats.
It is topic that only gets more popular as the weather heats up: Should dogs be allowed at bars and restaurants?
Over the past year, the headlines and opinion pieces have ranged from “Yes” to “No” to “We aren’t sure.” Even Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, didn’t appear to be 100-percent certain on Sunday.
If you’ve seen lots of solar panels pop up on Minnesota farms over the last two years, there’s a good chance it’s a community solar garden. They are blooming across Minnesota, especially in exurban areas like Dakota, Goodhue and Chisago counties.