33 And Unmarried? Ooh, Hate To Break This To You But ...Researchers say they've figured out the right time to tie to knot. Sociologists at the University of Utah say people should get married between the ages of 28 and 32. Past studies showed that waiting longer to get hitched usually led to more stability, but this new research found that the odds of divorce decline significantly between the ages of 28 and 32.
Gov. Walker Calls Marriage Decision A 'Grave Mistake'Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who is expected to launch a run for president within weeks, on Friday called the U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide a "grave mistake" and renewed his call for an amendment to the Constitution allowing states to determine who can marry.
SCOTUS Ruling Makes LGBT Marriage Equality The Law Of The LandThe Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States, a historic culmination of two decades of litigation over gay marriage and gay rights generally.
Police Officer Helps Homeless Couple Finally Tie The KnotA newlywed couple hopes to one day live in a home, surrounded by family. That dream got a little closer on Friday, when they finally tied the knot.
Survey Looks At Who Is Most Likely To Cheat In A MarriageA new survey reveals who is more likely to cheat on their spouse. The American Sociological Review said men who are 100-percent dependent on their spouses were most at risk for cheating, at about 15 percent.
WCCO's Ashley Roberts' Boyfriend Pops The Question On-AirWCCO This Morning reporter Ashley Roberts received a big surprise Wednesday when her boyfriend, KSTP photojournalist Justin McCray, popped the question.
Hennepin Co. To Marry 22 Couples For Free On Valentine's EveJudges in Hennepin County are getting a jump on Valentine's Day love. A dozen judges from the Fourth Judicial District are scheduled to marry 22 couples at no charge at Hennepin County Government Center on Friday, the day before the holiday.
Albert Lea Couple Pass Away Just Two Day ApartFor 67 years of marriage, Myron and Betty Young were inseparable. He was a farmer and she was a probation officer -- with a sense of humor. "At their 60th wedding anniversary, somebody said, 'Wow, 60 years you've been married to the same man.' She says, 'I know! That's a long time to wash the same guy's Fruit of the Looms,'" their daughter Wanda Gwinn said.
Apple Valley Couple Celebrates 70th AnniversaryA couple from Apple Valley is celebrating a milestone every couple hopes they can reach. Paul and Bee Carlson celebrated 70 years of marriage over the weekend.
The Bigger The Diamond Ring, The Shorter The Marriage?New insight into just how long a marriage will last. Research from Emory University suggests the bigger the diamond, the shorter the marriage.
Minnesotan Starts Viral Conversation On VirginityIt had been on her mind for a few years, so Ellen Burkhardt decided to write about why she's choosing to wait to have sex until marriage. "I firmly believe that in order to have sex with someone you should love them, and personally, I've never been in love," Burkhardt said. Her article on the subject in Salon magazine went viral and started a conversation.
Good Question: Why Are Fewer People Getting Married?A new report suggests more and more people will never tie the knot. Pew Research found a record 20 percent of adults over the age of 25 have never been married. That’s up from 9 percent back in 1960. The authors of the study also predict 25 percent of millennials will never say "I do," even though about half of them say they'd eventually like to get married.
Judge To Decide Next Step In ND Gay Marriage Suit A federal judge is set to decide the future of a lawsuit filed by seven couples challenging the constitutional prohibition on same-sex marriage in North Dakota.
Minn. Couple Gets Married Underwater At MOAA Minnesota couple took the plunge in a way not many do. They married underwater, surrounded by sharks. Except this wasn't in the Caribbean, it was at Mall of America.
Good Question: Why Are We Waiting Longer To Buy Homes?Studies show that more Americans are waiting longer to get married, have kids and buy homes. The highest numbers of those putting off the big commitments are millennials -- those in the 20- to 35-year-old range.