Aerial yoga offers local students a whole new approach to the exercise that instructors say may be easier on the spine, WCCO says. And students say it makes them feel like kids again.
The Battle for Paul Bunyan's Axe will not take place for the first time since 1906.
We could be in a trough between a series of waves, Jan Malcolm said.
That's roughly 10% of the total in the nation in a 24-hour period.
What's more, expect bumper numbers on Saturday.
The Annandale pair bilked an insurance company out of more than $300,000.
Two vehicles crashed into a car that was on the side of the road after striking a deer.
Mathew Goldstein takes a deep dive into the murky waters of the college hoops season.
The team behind the acclaimed Popol Vuh have opened the cafe in the same space.
Voter and Wiscoy resident Kaitlyn O'Connor took a photo of the judges after asking them to wear masks, she said
A new record high for current hospitalizations.
The new store is set to open on Black Friday.
Once they come to an agreement, Walz will call a special session to pass the legislation.
The Republican sponsored bill would allow Minnesotans to hunt coyotes from an airplane or on snowmobiles. The Star Tribune reports a handful of other states already allow aerial hunting to control animals threatening livestock, crops or wildlife.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota is surprising people in downtown Minneapolis elevators on Tuesday and urging the to get some exercise on the spot.
A moose, far astray from its north woods Minnesota habitat, has been plodding around the southern part of the state. It was recently spotted near Winthrop, roughly 80 miles southwest of the Twin Cities, the Mankato Free Press reports. “Generally, it’s young bulls who do this," a DNR biologist said. "They just have a lot of wander in them.”
Traditionally doctors, nurses and hospitals have offered help to expecting mothers, but pregnant women in the Twin Cities are increasingly turning to doulas for more focused attention, WCCO reports. Two Minnesota moms spun their doula careers into a new business called Baby Love, a place where parents can learn together.
Paying for textbooks is becoming such a burden for college students, that today the University of Minnesota is launching an online project to hunt down free textbooks to replace the pricey ink-and-paper versions, MPR reports. It's part of a national movement to cut the cost of textbooks.
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