CDC Releases Thanksgiving Guidelines, Recommends People To Stay Home This HolidayThanksgiving is typically one of the busiest travel holidays, but it may look a little different this year due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Coping: Many Staging Do-Over Christmas SeasonsHolidays lights are starting to pop up again around the country. People are putting lights back up just to spread a little cheer in an anxious and uncertain time for our country.
Survey: More Americans Prefer 'Experience' Gifts Over PresentsStill looking for the perfect gift for someone on your list? Consider this: More Americans value experiences over the perfectly-wrapped present.
Heavy Travel Expected This Holiday Season, With Projected 115M Americans On The MoveThat's about 4.3 million more travelers than last year, and the most in nearly 20 years.
Most People Plan On Returning Holiday Gifts, Survey FindsA recent survey shows 77% of consumers say they already plan on returning gifts, and said that nearly 20% will return more than half of their presents.
Extra DWI Enforcement Campaign Starts TomorrowMinnesota is expected to see a snowstorm going into one of the heaviest drinking days of the year.
It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, As Area Lots Fill Up With TreesThe men's club at Our Lady of Grace in Edina was as busy as Santa's elves on Sunday. They unloaded 1,200 Christmas trees this afternoon.
There's No Shortage Of Side-Hustle Gigs This Holiday SeasonBecause demand is so high some employers aren't even asking that you come into an office, you can work from home several hours a week.
Is It Too Early To Shop For The Holidays?The National Retail Federation says 40 percent of Americans actually like to start shopping before Halloween.
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.
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.