How To Stay Aware Of Severe Weather In The WildernessIf a tornado or storm watch is issued, that is your heads-up to have a heightened awareness, as a warning could be implemented at any time.
How To Be Prepared For Nighttime TornadoesIt is important for everyone to have a warning system in their bedroom, a cell phone equipped to alert you to tornado warnings, or even better a weather radio.
Minnesota Weather: Rounds Of Rain Expected, Sunday Snow For SomeThough most of the state won't see severe weather this weekend, Minnesotans can expect rounds of rain. There is also the potential for slushy snow Sunday in the Duluth/Arrowhead Region.
Do You Know Where To Go If A Tornado's Coming?We've been told for years the safest place to go during a tornado is the basement, but the southwest corner may not be the safest place.
'This Is Unbelievable': Ann Kim Talks About Big James Beard Award WinThe wait to get into a popular Twin Cities restaurant may soon get even longer.
'We Fell In Love': Animal Humane Society Saves Dog Found Injured In DitchThe Animal Humane Society saved the life of a dog who is now getting all the love and attention she deserves.
Goldfish: Carver County’s Surprisingly Formidable Invasive SpeciesIt's hard to think one of the most popular childhood pets, the goldfish, as alarming. But finding them in nature is just that.
Metropolitan Mosquito Control Deploys Drones To Find, Treat LarvaAs all the snow melts, the water pools left behind become a breeding ground. Now, the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District is using technology to help fight mosquitoes.
Some Parks Could Be Closed For Months Due To Spring FloodingAs of right now, officials say it's unclear whether the parks will even be available for Memorial Day weekend.
'I'm Glad I Got To See Him One Last Time': 18 Dogs Killed In Stacy Boarding Kennel FireInvestigators are trying to determine what caused a kennel to catch fire in the north metro, killing 18 dogs.
Winter Parking Restrictions Go Into Effect In St. Paul, MinneapolisIf you are parking on a residential street in St. Paul, make sure you park on the odd side of the street (where the houses end in an odd number).