The 1st Cereal Bar In The Twin Cities Is Slated To Open This WeekendCraving a soft serve cone with pulverized bits of your favorite childhood cereal? Well, you might be able to find one this weekend.
$500 Reward Offered In Lakeville Dog Treat Case Police in Lakeville announced Tuesday that a $500 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever made "shrapnel filled meat products" and left them for dogs in the area to eat.
Local 9-Year-Old Shows Kids Can 'Bake' A DifferenceGracie Kermisch is unlike many kids. When most kids celebrate a birthday, they want presents. When Gracie Kermisch celebrated her birthday, she asked for presents for animals. "Instead of getting presents, I wanted to give money to the [Animal] Humane Society when people come to my party," Gracie said.
Vegan Baking Recipes From The Skinny BitchKim Barbouin, author of the Skinny Bitch series, shares her favorite vegan sweets recipes so you can bake up a storm.
Wander Minnesota: Time For Ice CreamLast week, I took at look at <a href="http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2013/07/23/wander-minnesota-summers-bucket-list/" target="_blank">a summer bucket list</a>, because, like it or not, summer is racing to its end. The State Fair opens in three weeks, and school isn’t far behind. But there’s still plenty of time to enjoy the best rites of summer: visiting an ice cream shop (or two, or three…).
Whip Up Some Easy, Sweet Spring TreatsOnce St. Patrick's Day ends, the focus will turn to Easter. And now is the time to plan out those holiday treats, and Lund's in Uptown can teach you how to make sweet treats on the cheap.
Best Of Minnesota: Candy StoreWCCO viewers said the Best Candy Store in the state is the same one that's become a landmark in downtown St. Paul – Candyland.
Lunds' Cupcakes Improve Your Holiday Treat LineupAre you tired of Christmas cookies, or maybe just sick of not making them as well as your mom?
Feds Get Calls About Minn. Restaurants Treating Voters Federal authorities on the lookout for election fraud say they've received calls about restaurants and coffee shops offering freebies to people wearing "I voted" stickers.