St. Paul's Hmong Freedom Festival Canceled For Second Straight Year: 'It's Like A Void'The Hmong Freedom Festival is canceled for the second year in a row. The annual event is typically held at Como Park during Fourth of July weekend.
Como Zoo To Reopen On July 29After closing to the public for months due to COVID-19, Como Zoo will reopen on July 29.
Minnesotans Get Outside To Enjoy The Nice Weather On SaturdayAbundant sunshine and temperatures in the 30's drew thousands of Minnesotans outside Saturday to enjoy the nice weather after many spent the weekend limiting their social contact.
Como Community Says Goodbye To Former Church Before DemolitionThis is a story we first brought you in May-- a historic preservation battle with a former church building caught in the middle.
Hmong Freedom Festival Returns To St. Paul For 39th YearThousands of people are spending part of their Saturday at the 39th Annual Hmong Freedom Festival. The two-day event is taking over St. Paul's Como Park.
Mall Of America Tops List Of MN's Most Popular Attractions ... And It's Not Even CloseMall of America's 40 million visitors even outnumber the 20.5 million that visited Orlando's Walt Disney World in 2017, or the 18.3 million that went to Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
Como Park Hosts Pride Family Fun DayFamilies gathered Sunday afternoon at Como Park in St. Paul for Family Fun Day.
Minnesota December Festivals (Part 5)As December draws to a close and the New Year arrives, there’s still plenty to do.
Como Park Hosts Gillette Children's Walk & RollTeams rolled, strolled and ran around Como Park for the Gillette Children's Walk and Roll.
Police Chase Ends In Fatal Crash Near Como ParkA police chase in Falcon Heights led to a car crash that left one person injured and another dead Sunday evening.
Authorities Investigating Fatal Crash Near Como ParkPolice and the State Patrol are investigating a fatal car crash.
Sub-Zero Temps Can't Keep Minnesotans From Enjoying The OutdoorsMany of us Minnesotans try to spend little, if any, time outside while the frigid air hangs around. But even with sub-zero temperatures and wind chill advisories in place again earlier Tuesday, we found the bravest Minnesotans bearing the elements for an outdoor workout.
Twin Cities Cross Country Skiers Excited To Finally Hit The TrailsAfter a long stretch of warm temperatures and no snow, it seems winter has finally arrived -- and many Minnesotans are ready to get outside and enjoy it.
On Winter Break, Kids Jump Right Into First Big Snowfall In Twin CitiesFrom cross country skiing, to sledding, to just taking a plain, old stroll around the lake, Twin Cities kids were taking advantage of the fresh few inches of snow and enjoying their winter break.
Wander Minnesota: Festival And Events In December (Week 4)As December draws to a close and the New Year arrives, there’s still plenty to do.