Money Watch: Cutting The Cable & Streaming OptionsThe number of streaming services continues to grow, in tandem with the number of cord cutters dropping cable and satellite. Each one caters to a different type of television viewer, with four of the most common being Sling, Hulu Live, YouTube TV and DirecTV Now.
‘Zillow Offers’ Launches In The Twin CitiesInterested sellers enter information about their home and get a basic estimate of what it’s worth. That part is free.
Consumers Expected To Spend $150B On Sustainable Products In Next 2 YearsNielsen’s study shows almost half -- 48 percent -- of people would likely spend more to lessen their impact on the environment.
New Device Video Calls Doctors With Real-Time Health DataA $300 device promises to save consumers trips to the doctor by allowing them to video call one instead.
Wife Of Innocent Driver Killed By Suspect Fleeing Police Expresses Shock, SorrowJose Angel Madrid is survived by four children and his wife.
Tips For Staging Your Home To Sell For MoreHome staging picked up in popularity around 2015, according to Edina-based realtor Emily Von Vett. The timeline’s overlap with the growth in social media isn’t a coincidence.
After Noor Verdict, Mayor Frey Stresses Need To Rebuild Trust In Police ForceAs the community looks to move forward, Justine Ruszczyk Damond's family is calling for change within the police department. And on Wednesday, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said he agrees.
Health Insurance Companies Offering Rewards For Reaching Fitness GoalsA growing number of health insurance companies are offering rewards for staying active, by connecting to activity trackers such as Apple Watch, FitBit, and Garmin devices.
Twin Cities Malls Investing In Aquariums, Sports Simulators To Bring In ShoppersTwin Cities malls have gone through millions of dollars’ worth in renovations in recent years, some of which includes aquariums, an updated look, and some retail, too.
MSP Airport Testing In-Terminal Delivery ServiceThe restaurants are limited, for now. AtYourGate plans to expand on food and add toiletries and other stuff, too.
Minnesota Could Be The First State To Pass A 'Right To Repair' BillMinnesota is closer than ever to becoming the first state to pass a “right to repair” bill, which would give independent repair shops access to fix electronics.
What It Takes To Be A Final Four RefereeThere are 900 Division-I men’s basketball referees. A team analyses each of them and eventually 100 get picked for the NCAA tournament.
Giant Ferris Wheel, Concerts & More: Final Four Preps Underway On Nicollet MallNicollet Mall is well on its way to being transformed from busy road to big block party.
How To Keep Water From Entering Your BasementThe most common causes of basement flooding is the grade at which the house sits.
A Look Inside Life Time's Co-Working Space In St. Louis ParkTwin Cities-based Life Time continues to expand beyond its athletic roots. This time, it's into co-working spaces.