The Twin Cities-based site has weathered the COVID storm despite the major hit to the travel industry.
The money will be used for marketing efforts to attract people to Minnesota's hard-hit tourist spots.
And in a special deal for Bring Me The News readers, they're offering cabins for 50% off.
Health experts have advised against traditional family gatherings during the holidays.
The airline industry has taken a massive hit from the pandemic.
The BWCAW came in at No. 5 on the new list.
The speed limit will be 20 mph on city streets, unless otherwise stated.
Its Amsterdam route is resuming.
The impact from the pandemic has brought an end to the Tommy Bartlett Show.
Play 18 holes at this beautiful Rees Jones-designed course.
Compared to this time last year, revenue per room is down 50 percent
St. Croix Casinos has three locations in western Wisconsin.
Airlines already require travelers wear masks on planes.
Travel is expected to increase in July.
The annual event attracts hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists every year.
Airlines aren't making this specifically clear, despite the government clarifying the law.
MSP Airport got the largest amount, unsurprisingly.
It will run voyages between New Orleans and St. Paul starting in 2022.
The new policy is for those with flights booked in April and May 2020.
There is some major work planned on Twin Cities roads.
The government has imposed a travel ban on flights to mainland Europe.
People are thinking twice about travel as the COVID-19 virus spreads.
The Twin Cities airport is the best for its size in the U.S.