A nod to 'Gilmore Girls' on Carole King's birthday
The singer turns 74 today.
The singer turns 74 today.
The 50-foot-tall flashing neon "1st" sign atop a historic bank tower in St. Paul has gone dark. But the building's owner says an energy upgrade could include new LED lights for the landmark.
Unusually mild temperatures attracted crowds to ski, fish, curl -- and swim -- during Bemidji's Winterfest celebration this past weekend.
Hurry on over to the College of Biological Sciences Conservatory to get a whiff of the notoriously noxious plant.
After Super Bowl 50, will the Colorado Symphony Orchestra be playing "Sweet Caroline"? Or will a Charlotte, N.C., brewery employee be getting a Broncos-themed tattoo?
Duluth has seven independent youth hockey organizations that play at their own volunteer-run neighborhood rinks. One big advantage is that outdoor hockey -- when parents maintain the rinks and the city pays for water and lights -- is largely free.
The plant, (in)famous for smelling like rotting flesh, is likely to bloom Wednesday or Thursday at the College of Biological Sciences Conservatory.
Engineers and policy makers from as far as northern Europe and Canada are coming to Minneapolis for the annual conference on bicycling in wintry climates.
Lots of people still raise sled dogs, but there are fewer Midwestern mushers putting in the time and money required to run long races like the John Beargrease marathon, which starts Sunday.
In a time when the number of kennels is decreasing and many mushers are giving up racing, Colleen and Ward Wallin continue to invest in the sport and industry.
The wheelchair is part of Lego's City line and will go on sale in June, according to Emma Owen, Lego's spokesperson in Britain and Ireland.
National Park Service officials still hold out hope Lake Superior will freeze enough to allow visitors to walk into Wisconsin's beautiful ice caves but acknowledge it's less likely than the past two years.
The food company announced the gift Wednesday at an event in the Mill District of downtown Minneapolis, the place where the company was founded 150 years ago.
This week on Roaming and Reading, writer Ralph Gardner Jr. reminisced with MPR News host Kerri Miller about his recent trip to Cape Town, where he learned to relax and let his daughter take the reins.
The right song can make or break a figure skating program. A coach and choreographer breaks down why it's so important.
Figure skating has long been known for its bedazzled and sometimes crazy costumes. At times, it has seemed like there are no rules when it comes to outfits. But, surprise! There are.
The largest-ever prime number has been discovered at the University of Central Missouri. It breaks the previous record by almost 5 million digits.
Fiber enthusiasts, assorted volunteers and a skilled sheep shearer gathered at Northcroft Farm in west-central Minnesota to tend to 30-some ewes and their woolly fleeces.
The 20-year ballot measure would cost city taxpayers tens of millions, but proponents say it's needed to catch up on repairs.
Young adults who watch at least three hours of TV a day might end up with less cognitive function by middle age, a study finds.