01/19/2021 09:33 PM
The cold weather can take a toll on our homes, and being prepared is key to preventing any potential disaster.
Student organizers with UMD’s Outdoor program held a “Winter Adventure Sampler” to give other students, as well as members of the community, a chance to try out their offerings Monday.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s movements of civil rights is getting renewed attention this year. Northland leaders honored him Monday through a virtual tribute and rally that touched on the importance of raising your voice.
Glensheen Mansion has opened back up for self-guided Christmas general admission and full mansion tours.
Gov. Tony Evers is blasting federal officials for promising to release the remainder of their COVID-19 vaccine stockpile when it apparently had already been exhausted.
Minnesota leaders say that they are prepared for potential protests at the State's Capitol leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Organizers are gearing up for the annual Cold Front February, making it's pandemic-debut in Bayfront Festival Park. It will run from February 6-12, 2021.
The Minnesota vaccine pilot program kicked off Tuesday afternoon but trying to register was a frustrating experience for many, with some encountering website and phone error messages.