4 Generations Of Minnesota's Peterson Family: A Hall Of Fame Musical LegacyEach member of the family has produced album after album. But they've also been recruited and become friends with some of the biggest names in music. At one point the Steve Miller Band was full of Petersons.
Finding Minnesota: Hunters' Decoy Collection Numbers In Excess Of 500It's the time of year when hunters like John Southworth can't help but smile. And while sitting in a duck boat is fun, it's a different kind of hunting he really looks forward to.
'Puts You Back In Time': Rice Co. Man Inspires New Generation Of GamersIn this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us how a trip down memory lane has inspired a new generation of gamers.
'Tender, Emotional, Humorous': 97-Year-Old Teaches Great-Grandchildren Lessons Through 'Life Books'We all look for ways to pass the time, and a 97-year-old Wayzata man has found his.
Vermont Couple Honors Fallen Soldiers In Minnesota With MemorialTwo and a half years ago, the couple and two other Iraq War veterans began printing stainless steel dog tags for every soldier killed in the conflict.
Howie's Mud Bog Returns To Minnesota For Labor Day WeekendFor three straight days, the sounds of screaming engines can be heard for miles around, reports John Lauritsen in the video above (3:16). WCCO 4 News at 10 -- Sept. 1, 2019
Landscape Structures Takes Playgrounds 'To A Whole New Level'Follow any kid through a playground, and you'll follow a path full of random twists and turns.
The Minnesota Roots Of Iconic Video Game ‘Oregon Trail’Children of the 70s and 80s will never forget the iconic educational video game “Oregon Trail” – which shaped many school kids across the country. But did you know the game got its start in Minnesota?
'You Can Tell There Is A Soul In It': Kevin Fitzke Builds Vintage Wooden Race Boats From ScratchMinnesotans have enjoyed getting out on the lakes for decades -- and a St. Paul man is looking to bring back that vintage-boat feel.
Finding Minnesota: Stories From Armenian Genocide At Museum Of Russian ArtToday, about 1,000 people of Armenian descent live in the Twin Cities. They are all descendants of genocide survivors who made it through death marches and slavery.
Baking A Difference: Teen Gives Back With 'Cakes For A Cure'Chocolate, vanilla, red velvet and marble -- you name it, and Mary Margaret Mellen can make it, but it's the 14-year-old's willingness to give back that really takes the cake.