Final Four Guide: 10 Fun Things To Check Out In The Twin CitiesWelcome, NCAA fans! Here are some great activities, scenic spots and just awesome places to check out in the Twin Cities. Of course, there are a ton more things to see and do, but this is a diverse sampling and great start to checking out what the cities have to offer.
Final Four Guide: Best Breweries To Visit While You're In TownBeer-lovers visiting Minneapolis for the Final Four won’t have to go far to find Minnesota’s most beloved beers. Walk in any direction out of U.S. Bank Stadium and you’ll probably find a bar or restaurant serving craft beers from the Twin Cities, the North Shore and other parts of “The Land of 10,000 Beers." But for hop heads seeking a more direct experience of the state’s brewing culture, there are a few places that need to be on your radar, because they’re well worth the Lyft ride.
Twin Cities Drivers Rank No. 30 For AggressivenessA new study finds that Twin Cities drivers don’t even crack the top 10 in far as aggressiveness.
Amtrak Announces Interest In Minnesota-Wisconsin Rail LineAmtrak has expressed interest in building an up to $600 million passenger rail line between Minneapolis and the twin port cities of Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin.
Why Was The Twin Cities Under An Air Quality Alert For So Long?An air quality alert has expired in the Twin Cities. The stubborn air mass wouldn't budge for three days. But why have we seen such dirty air lately?
Two Minnesotas: Stats Show Disparity Between Black And White Residents A new survey finds Minneapolis and St. Paul among the worst places for black Americans to call home. Experts say one reason is that Minnesota has one of the highest attrition rates for black professionals. Many who come here for work leave within two years -- which is seen in the troubling statistic comparing median income. A typical black household in the Twin Cities has an income of $31,635 a year. That is just 40 percent of the average earnings at a white household.
Snowfall, Icy Conditions Make For Long CommuteMinnesota State Patrol reported there were 115 crashes statewide, 85 alone in the metro.
'Time Is Up': Twin Cities Communities Respond To Bloody WeekendFive people were killed over a span of three days. Four people were killed in Minneapolis, and one in St. Paul.
Gun Violence Makes For Deadly Weekend In Twin CitiesFour people died in Minneapolis, one in St. Paul -- all from gun violence. Several more people were shot in those cases but survived.
Twin Cities Rivalry Divides OpinionsThe battle between the Twin Cities is nothing new. St. Paul is the capital. Minneapolis is the biggest. But which one is superior?
New Survery: Minnesotans Aren't The Best DriversA new survey from Allstate Insurance shows that when it comes to driving, Minnesotans do not rank well.