Reality Check: New GOP Ads Target Minnesota Rep. Angie CraigMinnesota Democrat Angie Craig went to Congress in 2018 by flipping the district President Donald Trump won in 2016 from red to blue. Now, a new GOP ad claims Craig "broke her promise" by focusing on investigating the president instead of issues like prescription drugs and infrastructure.
What's The History Behind U.S. Relations With Ukraine?For the past week and half, Ukraine has been all over the airwaves. The eastern European county has become the center of an American political scandal.
What Is Asperger's Syndrome?However you felt about Greta Thunberg's speech on climate change at the United Nations, you could feel the passion in her voice. She credits part of strong activism to her Asperger’s diagnosis -- something she calls her superpower.
How Does The Impeachment Process Work?This is only the fourth time in the history of the United States that a president has faced impeachment proceedings.
How Do U Of M-Developed Apple Varieties Get Their Names?It's the season for visiting apple orchards or stopping by the grocery store to pick up one of the eighteen apple varieties started by the University of Minnesota.
What Causes Gas Prices To Rise?Experts believe the weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia could cause gas prices to jump 10 to 25 cents over the next few weeks.
What Do We Know About Illnesses Linked To Vaping?Since mid-August, six people in the United States have died from a lung disease likely related to vaping, including one in Minnesota.
How Did Pumpkin Spice Become The Flavor Of Fall?It seems like everyone is selling something pumpkin spice these days.
Where Does All The Money From Traffic Tickets Go?Tickets and fines from speeding tickets, and the new hands-free and slowpoke laws, rack up tens of millions of dollars a year in Minnesota.
How Much Homework Is Too Much?The start of the school year means your kids may soon be groaning about homework again.
What Are The Road Rules For Driving Near School Buses?According to a Minnesota State Patrol school bus driver survey from April 2018, too many drivers don't stop when they're supposed to.