Sky Gazers Rejoice In Partial EclipseA partial solar eclipse has a whole lot of folks excited. "I think that we're going to get some really great views of the sun," said Dave Falkner of the Minnesota Astronomical Society. "There's a huge sun spot group to go along with the eclipse, and it's just really exciting."
Partial Solar Eclipse Visible In Minnesota ThursdayA number of astronomy buffs are preparing for Thursday's partial solar eclipse, which will be the final one of the year. The moon will move in front of the sun from about 4:30 until 6 p.m. Thursday.
Good Questions: Cannons, Baby Footprints & SunflowersLarye from Minneapolis wants to know: Why don't they fire the cannon off at Gopher football games anymore? This is something they did for years after every Gopher touchdown. Rod Wallace, the man who fired the cannon, retired after this past season.
Clear Sky And Warm Temps Make For A Top 10 Weather Day!No matter where you went Tuesday it was not hard to find people outside, trying to squeeze in whatever warm weather we have left! From the tranquil parks to the busy city streets, it seemed like everyone was taking their lunch break outside.
Minnesotans Soak Up Sun, Warm Weather Warm weather is finally here! High temperatures and a sunny sky swept across the state of Minnesota Saturday. Temperatures have been warm this whole week, which gets many thinking that warm weather may finally be here to stay.
Health Watch: Tips For Preventing, Recognizing Skin CancerSummer unofficially kicks off Memorial Day weekend in Minnesota, and experts say this is also a good time to remind everyone about sun safety. Three and a half million people are diagnosed with skin cancer every year, and many cases can be prevented or detected early.
Despite Loss, Twins Fans Soak Up The Sun At Target FieldOn this warmest day of the season, the seats in the sun were the place to be at Target Field. Sunglasses and shorts were the standard uniform for Twins fans on Wednesday. And even those with a winter-induced pallor weren't afraid to show off some leg. "I don't think they're too bad," said Twins fan Matt Hall. "I've got a good base level going on."
Twins Fans Enjoy Spring Weather At Home OpenerAfter a very long winter Twins fans finally got to enjoy some outdoor baseball, and some sun. It was 60 degrees and sunny during first pitch at Monday’s home opener at Target Field. A lot of fans were wearing t-shirts, shorts and shades.
Minn. Thaws Out On Warmest Day So Far In 2014Sunday was the perfect day to get out and thaw out a little bit. With temperatures reaching the 60s in much of the metro, it was the nicest day of the year so far.
Xcel Energy Plan To Steer 'Solar Gardens' PushMinnesota is looking to grow its share of electricity fueled by the sun and is counting on community solar gardens to help make it happen. A new state law demands that utilities get 1.5 percent of their power from solar sources by 2020. Under that law, Xcel Energy Co. has until Monday to tell how the giant electricity provider would like to manage the rollout.
Study Shows Doctors Rarely Talk About Sun ProtectionSkin cancer is on the rise with more than three million new cases ever year. But a new study finds many doctors rarely talk about sun protection with their patients.
Brunson Leads Lynx In 91-77 Win Over Sun Rebekkah Brunson had a season-high 24 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Minnesota Lynx in a 91-77 victory over the Connecticut Sun on Thursday night.
'Being Assaulted By The Sun:' A Look At Summertime SADSummer is the season so many of us look forward to after the long winters we have in Minnesota. And when the weather warms up, as it has this week, our parks and pools are packed with people eager to have some fun.
Sunscreen Isn’t The Only Way To Shield Kids From The SunProtecting our skin from the sun's damaging rays is important. And protecting your children's skin is serious business.
How To Protect Your Eyes From The SunSummer can be obstacle course for your precious eyes with allergies, chemicals in pools, and the bright sunshine. It's always a good idea to take steps to protect both yourself and loved ones. Beyond sun protection, sunglasses can prevent injuries.