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Spooky Social Distancing: How Minnesotans Are Adapting To Keep Halloween Safe
The Centers for Disease Control says the lowest risk activities for Halloween involve staying within your old household, like carving pumpkins with your family or watching a movie. Medium-risk activities include no contact trick-or-treating while the traditional door-to-door activity is considered high-risk.
Austin Public Schools Asking Voters To Approve Operating Referendum On Ballot This Year
It’s not just candidates on the ballot this election season, school referendums are up for vote too.
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Tent Encampments Brace For Early Snow, Sub-Freezing Temps: How You Can Help
The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board says they have been working closely for many weeks with unsheltered people in park encampments, community groups and local service agencies.
Minnesota Weather: Potentially Record Cold Temperatures On The Way
Record cold is on the way over the weekend, with temperatures that feel more like December.
Minnesota Weather: Heavy Snow, 'Thunder-Sleet,' Rain All Fall On Minnesota
Minnesota is experiencing a smorgasbord of weather Thursday: from heavy snow in north-central Minnesota to thunder-sleet in the Twin Cities.
October Snowstorm Catches Homeowners, Plow Drivers Off Guard
A winter storm left many scrambling to find their winter clean-up gear. Even those who specialize in snow removal were caught off guard.
Minnesota Weather: Another Half Foot Of Snow Possible For Northern, Central Minnesota
Another dollop of snow is headed for central and northern Minnesota.
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Wolves' Malik Beasley Charged With Threatening Strangers With Gun In Plymouth
Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley is charged with using a rifle to threaten a family who was house hunting in his neighborhood in suburban Minneapolis.
NFL Week 8 AFC East Picks: Bills 'Should Take Care Of Their Business At Home' Against Patriots, Says CBS Boston's Levan Reid
CBS Boston sports reporter breaks down AFC East matchups, with the Patriots as underdogs against the Bills, and the Dolphins beginning the Tua Tagovailoa era.
Lod, Own Goal Help Minnesota United Beat Rapids 2-1
Robin Lod scored and an own goal by Colorado helped Minnesota United beat the Rapids 2-1 on Wednesday night.
NFL Week 8 AFC North Picks: 'When The Steelers Play The Ravens, Somebody Wins By Three Points,' Says SportsLine's Kenny White
The Steelers, Ravens and Browns are all playing like playoff teams out of the AFC North. SportsLine's Kenny White looks at Week 8 matchups in the division.
List Of Restaurants, Brewpubs With Heated Patios
As fall creeps into winter and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to hold steady in Minnesota, many restaurants are retrofitting their offerings to make sure they can still serve you your favorite meals over the cold months.
Minneapolis Ranks 11th In Nation For Coffee; St. Paul Is 41st
The survey looked at everything from the number of coffee shops in the city to the average price for a pack of coffee. Seattle came out on top.
Mike's Mix: 5 Adult Ice Cream Drinks
This week in Mike's Mix, Mike Augustyniak is sharing a batch of adult ice cream shakes that Burger Dive has available this weekend.
Bellecour, 508 Bar Announce Permanent Closures
There have been a string of restaurant closures that have been announced in the past few months, some among the most acclaimed restaurants in the metro area.
Quarantine Cooking: Your Essential Nonstick Cookware Guide
Step up your quarantine cooking with this guide to nonstick cookware.
How To: 6 Easy Steps To Make Homemade Soft Pretzels
Learn how to make your own homemade soft pretzels with these six easy steps!
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Where Do Our Halloween Traditions Come From? Good Question
While we may celebrate Halloween differently this year, many traditions remain. Like scary pumpkins, and snacking on candy. So how did those traditions start? Good Question.
What Is The Timeline For Choosing A U.S. President? Good Question
For decades, there has been intense political debate about how Americans elect the President. It’s done by the Electoral College, which was established in Article II, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution.
Spring Farm Sanctuary Now Offering Local Classrooms Free Virtual 'Field Trips'
Spring Farm Sanctuary in Long Lake is now offering a creative way for teachers and students to go on a field trip during this time of distance learning.