Why Are Holiday Shopping Lines So Long? Science Has The AnswerA single, longer line, being served by multiple employees – think banking, the motor vehicle department or airport security – is actually faster for everyone, even though it looks much longer than what you're used to seeing in other systems.
Follow These Holiday Fire-Prevention Tips To Avoid 'Tragic Consequences'Cooking food and heating homes are staples of the winter holiday season, but can cause of residential fires and fire deaths, prompting us to take extra precautions.
Companies Planning Fewest Holiday Parties Since The RecessionOnce cited reason that arose is the aftermath of the #MeToo movement.
Are Consumer Catalogs Making A Comeback?This holiday season, Amazon announced it will send out a traditional 35-page catalog filled with toys.
Santa Claus Is Coming To MOA (This Week)Santa will be arriving at 5:30 p.m. complete with a parade and Holiday Light Show.
Target Unveils Black Friday Plans, Will Open On ThanksgivingTarget announced new mobile technology intended to let guests "skip the line," checking out with a Target employee from anywhere in the store.
Centerpiece Tree Wanted For Saint Paul Holiday CelebrationsThe city of St. Paul is searching for a tree to be its centerpiece for holiday celebrations in Rice Park.
Target Plans To Hire 120,000 Workers For The HolidaysTarget is planning to hire 120,000 workers across the country ahead of the holiday season.
'Make A Sober Game Plan': DPS Says Over 2,500 DWI Arrests Over HolidaysAhead of the Super Bowl coming to Minneapolis, the Department of Public Safety is reminding motorists to make a sober ride game plan.
'Grinch,' 'Charlie Brown' Are The Best-Loved Holiday SpecialsThe review site Rotten Tomatoes conducted a survey to see which were American's favorites.
WCCO Radio Holiday Programming ScheduleTune into special holiday programming on WCCO Radio for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Dreaming Of A White Christmas? Here's Our ProbabilityNOAA took normal climate factors to determine the probability that there would be at least 1 inch of snow on the ground on Dec. 25.
Americans Spending Less On Big Gifts This SeasonA new survey shows nearly 55 percent of Americans will buy a gift that costs at least $50 this holiday season.
Companies Cutting Alcohol From Holiday PartiesSome companies will also have party monitors to keep an eye out for inappropriate behavior.
How To Celebrate The Most Wonderful Time Of The YearAfter the parties and family gatherings, keep warm this winter with movie marathons, game nights, bake-offs and more.