More than 40 million Americans are expected to drive, fly or ride trains to their Thanksgiving destinations this year -- that's according to AAA. The travel tracker says it's the highest number since the start of the recession.
Nwangwu, Kendricks named to All-Pro Team; Jefferson snubbed
Jefferson tweeted "help me understand."
How much snow could fall Friday? Here's the latest possibilities
The bullseye is over southwestern Minnesota.
Minneapolis schools go to online learning for 2 weeks amid staff shortage
The online learning period starts Friday and will run for two weeks.
Vaccinated can spread omicron, so why are Twin Cities requiring diners show vax proof?
Starting next week, indoor diners in the Twin Cities will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative test.
MN child care providers will no longer need to quarantine kids, staff exposed to COVID
The state has loosened the rule that previously required exposed staff and children to quarantine.
Former state lawmaker, sled dog musher Frank Moe has died
He died after battling brain cancer.
Minnesota firefighter dies from COVID just days after his father
The 42-year-old leaves behind his wife and their 10 children.
Proof of vaxx or negative test to be required in Twin Cities restaurants
The new policy goes into effect next week.
Border agents seize bushmeat from travelers at MSP Airport
Officials say they've identified a trend of travelers bringing bushmeat into the U.S.
8 years in prison for woman charged in 3 violent carjackings
The carjackings took place in the Twin Cities during the summer of 2020.
AAA projects slight increase in Thanksgiving travel
AAA said in its annual forecast for Thanksgiving travel Tuesday that traffic will be up slightly over a year ago. The company predicted that an estimated 43.6 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home, up from 42.9 million in 2011.
Record year for St. Paul Thanksgiving Meals on Wheels
Volunteers prepared 7,500 pounds of turkey for the annual Meals on Wheels Thanksgiving meal. The social service organization is serving more people in need than ever before.
This year's Thanksgiving travel may be safest in state history
State transportation officials say there was only one traffic death on during the long holiday weekend. The state's deadliest Thanksgiving was in 1994, when 18 people died.
Fall colors lure record number of tourists to North Shore
Hundreds of people are riding the North Shore Scenic Railway, which was recently featured on CNN. Thousands of tourists are packing state parks and Split Rock Lighthouse.
Storm has Delta waiving fee for travelers who change flights
The airline has waived its customary fee for rescheduling travelers who had planned to fly on Tuesday or Wednesday. Passengers can re-book for free, as long as they fly by Monday.
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