Minnesota Prepares For Cyber Threats Ahead Of 2020 ElectionsThe stakes are high in the 2020 presidential race, not just for who’s on the ballot, but the ballot itself.
Candidates Move On To N.H., With No Results Yet In Sight In IowaMajor problems with vote counting have delayed caucus results. The Iowa Democratic Party says they will release the numbers later today.
Buying A New TV For The Big Game: We Sort Through The Different OptionsWith the Super Bowl just two days away, you might notice some big fancy TVs on sale. And with them comes a whole lot of acronyms like 4K, 8k, OLED, etc. WCCO’s Christiane Cordero is helping us sort through the differences.
Twin Cities November Project Gives Dedication New MeaningA Twin Cities group has found an excuse to stay active outdoors, twice a week, no matter what.
How You Can Earn Money Using Your Activity TrackerAbout one in five Americans now use a fitness tracker or smart watch, according to the Pew Research Center. With the growing number comes several incentives to help keep users moving.
Dietitian Explains What 'No Added Sugar' Really MeansAn estimated 45 million Americans go on a diet every year, according to the Boston Medical Center, and with that comes a seemingly endless number of “healthy” food options.
Investigation Continues Into Christmas Fire At Drake Hotel That Displaced 250+ People In MinneapolisMore than 250 people are without a home after that devastating fire in downtown Minneapolis that burned for about 32 hours.
Military Family Adapts To 2 Deployments Over 2 HolidaysThe family spent the summer camping, swimming, taking nothing for granted, for their time together was short. Lt. Col. Jeremy DeGier left in October to prepare for his third deployment.
Experts Predict Record-Breaking Shoppers Saturday Before ChristmasThe National Retail Federation predicts 148 million Americans will shop in store or online the last Saturday before Christmas. That’s almost half of the U.S. population, and 14 million more people than 2018’s “Super Saturday.”
'Buy Now, Pay Later' Trend Grows With Twin Cities RootsThere’s a new way to pay this holiday season, and next to where shoppers click buy online. Similar to layaways—but the items get shipped immediately, and similar to financing via monthly installments—but instead of cars and emergencies, it’s toys or fashion.
Safest Ways To Pay For Holiday Gifts, In Stores And OnlineWhen it comes to saving money this holiday season, the payment method matters as much as good deals.