Brothers In Ham Lake Make Half A Million Christmas Wreaths AnnuallyThe brothers go through piles and piles of material in just two days, about two semi truckloads' worth.
Christmas Arrives Extra Early At Betty Danger’s Country ClubBetty Danger's is already known for its kitschy decor, but this is a next-level, full-blown transformation into what they're calling Mary's Christmas Palace.
Online Shopping Expected To Overtake In-Store Buying This Holiday SeasonIn its annual Holiday Outlook, PricewaterhouseCoopers says 54% of shoppers will go online for the holidays. That's up from 50% last year.
VIDEO: Stefon Diggs Surprises Mom With SUV For ChristmasVikings star receiver Stefon Diggs went all out for his mom this Christmas.
Restaurant Opens Doors On Christmas Day For People Staying At ShelterAt Our Kitchen in Uptown, people from the Simpson Shelter got a chance to do something they only get to do once a year – order breakfast off a menu.
Mass, Worship & Rap: Minnesota Christians Celebrate Christmas EveSome 74 percent of Minnesotans identify as Christian, and on Christmas Eve, they celebrated in several different ways.
Good Question: Why Are Red And Green The Colors Of Christmas?One theory involves the crown of thorns -- the holly -- placed on Jesus' head leading up to the crucifixion.
With Mom In Kuwait, Family Overcomes Distance To Celebrate ChristmasJeremy DeGiers had to do the Christmas shopping for his five children this year, because their mother was thousands of miles away, serving in the Minnesota National Guard.
Lefse, Swedish Meatballs & Spirits: Minnesotans Rush To Get Supplies For Christmas This year, we're not dashing through the snow on Christmas Eve. However, many spent Monday in the Twin Cities dashing through the stores to get last minute items for their holiday celebrations.
Giant Christmas Carousel Appears On Ely LakeTwo Ely men are credited with creating a giant Christmas carousel on Burntside Lake.
Minnesota's Favorite Holiday Candy Is The Mini Peanut Butter CupCandyStore said that Reese's Cup Minis made the biggest gains since they updated the list, with ten states all calling them the top holiday candy in 2018.