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In Maple Grove, Josh Hagemeyer decided to work smarter, not harder in his efforts to clear snow from his mother's driveway.
Ice skating enthusiasts are taking to local lakes for some of the best skating in years.
The latest Bartz brothers snow creation took 600 hours to build and a lot of donated snow.
Looking to hit the rink? These spots are worth the chill of winter.
The farmhouse patron saint of HGTV fame was in town to meet with Target.
Sports anchor Mark Rosen accelerated Tuesday his plans to retire from WCCO-TV after roughly 50 years on the air. “I am moving that date up…
The megamall hopes shoppers will want to hang outdoors this holiday season.
Once Hakeem Abdulwahab scrubbed toilets at one of the top children's hospitals in the country. Now he works there as a nurse.
A physicist who has expanded the world of origami in amazing ways is coming to Minnesota.
Halima Aden wants to be "an advocate for refugees" as an ambassador for UNICEF.
Safety helps make Minnesota one of the best states in the U.S. to take a drive.
Because of her own health challenges, she was never afraid to challenge assumptions of what was possible, her family said.
Whether we love or hate self-checkouts, they're not going away.
Some Minnesota parents are fighting the pressure to overbook their kids and opting for the laid-back summers of yesteryear.
Producers from the ABC reality show will be looking for eligible men and women June 30.
Last fall, Katie Steller launched the Steller Kindness Project to share the stories of local people who lend a hand to others.
How slight beer bellies, a side of man boob, and a smattering of chest hair suddenly became the ideal.
Some folks go all in on "dock-in weekend," while others just want to get to the part where they can relax.
Everyone is aware of the demands placed on students before the academic school year ends. But what about the parents?
As attitudes about adoption have shifted, celebrations the day before Mother's Day -- Birth Mother's Day -- honor the women who made families possible.
It's Jacob who taught Kari and Kirk Olavson, and many others, to look for what they call "sparks of joy."
Logging off the ubiquitous social media network may be harder than you think.
Millennials are hiring house cleaners to help achieve a better work/life balance.
For many parents, planning their kids' summer break is a mind-boggling affair.
Prior Lake's Becca Kufrin appears on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" for her first sit-down interview since "The Bachelor."
During this brutal flu season, a growing number of people are turning to elderberry syrup as a natural remedy. But does it really work?
Will fan-favorite Becca Kufrin bring home the Neil Lane diamond engagement ring?
Like most dogs, Oliver is not a fan of having his nails trimmed, so his owner devised a viral-worthy plan.
The contest submissions are as sweet as the cookies.
A Facebook post showed the dog waiting for someone, anyone to come read to him at a White Bear Lake library.
The volunteer group heads to homeless shelters, and senior and low-income housing complexes with sewing machines several times a month.
The winner of Food Network's "Cupcake Wars" called it a geode cake.
Zucker's "Overtime" will explore the personal lives of pro athletes.
During the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s, the creative wizardry of John Gantert lured thousands of people to downtown Minneapolis for Dayton’s famed…
A new Twin Cities nonprofit is providing teen moms with starter kits to parenthood, including a cardboard box for their babies to sleep in.
Getting married in the offseason means a beautiful wintry backdrop for photos, and some cost savings, too.
Ninety-nine-year-old Millie Wall, now considered the best Vikings' good luck charm of all time, is going to the Super Bowl.
A Facebook event calls for people to dress up like birds and run into the glass at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Will one of the Vikings' oldest fans help them bring home the victory on Sunday?
The former Fox News host is urging underprivileged women to speak out in the fight against sexual harassment and domestic violence.
"If your slice is shaped like a triangle, it's not Minnesota-style pizza," said Red Savoy's president Reed Daniels.
The local TV reporter is helping high-risk mothers have a more comfortable long-term hospital stay.
The charitable stunt stunned shoppers, and angered mall security.
The comedian appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" touting female empowerment while wearing a shirt from My Sister.
The Grain Belt Beer sign has been dark for years, but is ready to shine again.
Mikayla Holmgren widens the door for pageant inclusiveness, wins pageant awards for her spirit, courage and enthusiasm.
The Anoka native says America is at a tipping point for dismantling the culture of sexual harassment.
Radio star Chris Hawkey on his lifelong struggles with depression: "I'm a broken individual just like so many other people out there."
She filled her own obituary with advice, and the Fargo-Moorhead community honored her by hanging their holiday lights early.
They will plan meals, change diapers, walk dogs, run errands, tidy the house and care for babies at night so that new parents can sleep.
Airport wants to take the fear out of flying for people with special needs.
Little Canadians reject list of America's most unusual town names.
Mikee, 'the last legal pet monkey in Minnesota,' dies at 19.
A master carver dishes on her tips and tricks, and even shows us how to make a Prince pumpkin.
On Monday night, 300-pound retired defensive tackle Esera Tuaolo traded knocking over football opponents for stunning the judges during the season premiere of NBC's "The Voice."
Taylor Sieve, 19, wowed the judges on Monday night, cementing her spot in the final four.
Due to cooler temperatures outside, the snake may not be doing well.
How one mom's effort to simplify her daughter's back-to-school shopping turned into a lesson for both.
With a birth certificate to prove it, Ed Mosiman is something of a State Fair legend.
When you're Minnesota Nice, honking comes with internal conflict.
A couple who got married at Mall of America after knowing each other for just five minutes are saying 'I do' again, this time amid a terminal cancer diagnosis.
The TV personality is promoting his Minnesota appearance in a Facebook video wearing Vikings purple.
The head butter maker for one of the last independently owned creameries in the state died July 25.
Eva Igo, 14, is one of three dancers still standing in the TV competition — and will learn her fate tonight.
A key event that makes the local support scene unique is HazelFest, a sober music festival taking place Saturday at Hazelden.
The Guardian released video showing Justine Damond saving ducklings from a storm drain just weeks before her shooting death by a Minneapolis police officer.
Ken Brown wasn't expected to live until May so the U held a special ceremony in March.
We've rounded up the top 10 statues most likely to entice travelers off the Minnesota highway. Some are big, some are weird, but all are worth a stop.
The 23-year-old woman from southern Minnesota caught a possible record-breaking fish that was too big to properly document.
When the Minnesota Children's Museum in St. Paul set out to renovate and expand, Barbara Hahn, the museum's vice president of learning innovation, wondered: "How do we create new exhibits to unleash the power of play?"
The Iron Range town of Chisholm, Minn., is planning to be the epicenter of summer fun for one big day in August, thanks to a 1,000-foot waterslide.
A casual get-together in 2012 has exploded into dozens of events around the country for dads to bond together.
Get ready for to vote for the cutest, furriest mayor ever.
Officially open today, the museum's $30 million makeover gives kids a place to break the rules and explore their wild ideas.
Unlike the $51,500 jacket that First Lady Melania Trump recently wore, Ivanka Trump chose a dress this week that's less than $20 from Target.
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