Wedding season is here, and with the economy pushing more couples to smaller-budget weddings, it’s becoming trendy to hold the event at home. WCCO has five things to consider when planning a backyard Minnesota wedding.
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem dead at 68
His office announced he had passed away 'unexpectedly' Friday.
Zuccarello helps Wild spoil Lundqvist's retirement party
After Henrik Lundqvist's jersey was hung to the rafters, Zuccarello led a 3-2 win.
David Arquette gives shoutout to MN's F1rst Wrestling on James Corden show
The Hollywood actor wrestled at at a F1rst Wrestling show at First Avenue in early 2019.
6 charged in Black Friday mass thefts at Twin Cities Best Buys
The group stole from three Best Buy stores that afternoon, the charges say.
Thieves steal large bell from rural MN church, don't get far with it
The bell was found in a ditch with tow ropes around it.
COVID: More help coming to Minnesota hospitals, Walz says
More than 200 medical professionals are coming to help at short-staffed hospitals.
Suspect arrested after falling asleep in vehicle at rest stop
The man was sleeping in a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of an I-94 rest area.
Charges: Edina man threatened to shoot up Domino's Pizza
He claimed a delivery driver had flipped him off, the charges say.
Carvana seeking to build vehicle vending machine in Twin Cities
The online car dealership submitted a letter of intent to buy land in the metro to build a fulfillment center.
Coller: New Vikings GM Adofo-Mensah needs to be ruthless
Kwesi Adofo-Mensah needs to make some big, difficult decisions, writes Matthew Coller.
Report: Vikings to interview Giants' Patrick Graham for head coach
Graham coached with the Patriots under Bill Belichick for six years.
Dogs wed in St. Paul for 'Paws on Grand'
The Wedding Shoppe in St. Paul hosted its fourth annual dog wedding event Sunday as part of Paws on Grand, a business promotion to encourage dog owners to shop. About 100 pups were dressed in tuxedos and dresses, looking somewhat bewildered as vows were read declaring them "forever friends and canine companions."
Duluthian restoring Bob Dylan's boyhood home; considers future museum
A Duluth pharmacist is using photographs of the home where Bob Dylan lived for his first seven years to guide restoration of the modest duplex to its 1940's look. Bill Pagel tells Agence France Presse he's considering turning the home into a Dylan museum once the work is complete. Pagel's been collecting memorabilia since he heard Dylan's debut album in 1962.
Needle in haystack? Try wedding ring in corn pit
Finding your way through the corn maze is supposed to be the hard part. But for a Fridley family the real challenge came afterwards, while playing in the three-foot-deep pit filled with corn kernels. Karilyn Miller discovered she'd lost her wedding ring. But fate - and a metal detector - was on her side as the ring amaizingly turned up.
Racing Commission to consider Canterbury, Mdewakanton Sioux gambling partnership
The Minnesota Racing Commission will hold a special meeting next week in Shakopee to discuss the proposed deal. The Mdewakanton Sioux Community has agreed to pay $75 million over the next decade to boost racing purses at Canterbury Park. In exchange, the racetrack would drop its longstanding push to add slot machines and help block any plans to expand gambling in the Twin Cities. The agreement needs approval from the Racing Commission.
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