The Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame, in which he was installed as a charter member, described Kraehling as “one of Minnesota’s best known and best loved television personalities.” Read more →
All the weather attention has been on Buffalo — deservedly so — but when it comes to lake-effect snow, our wet friend to the north is no slouch.
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Bottom line? It’s all a crapshoot. Read more →
Is the Green Line more a transportation system or development tool? Read more →
The thing with a long, cold winter is when it ends, it ends in a hurry. A week ago today, this was the condition of the famous ice road connecting Madeline Island with Bayfield: good, solid Lake Superior ice Here’s the condition today: The morning ice road status line says they’ll try to keep the Read more →
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources posted this chart today proving that, while severe, this isn’t really the worst winter ever.
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Interstate 35 northbound in Lakeville has been closed this afternoon because of a pile-up in the snowstorm.
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Yes, it’s been a bitterly cold winter no matter where you are in Minnesota. Here’s a map. Read more →
Swimming in the snow? Read more →
Frontline ‘kneecaps’ the Vatican, it’s clear-your-mailbox season but what if you can’t, Delta scraps the old frequent flier program, where are the women in media, and recovering from the Arrowhead 135. Read more →
Is plowing really worse now, the need for another miracle on ice, snowy owls and the selfish photographer, jumping through hoops for jobs, and thekilling of the Wisconsin labor union. Read more →
You’re stuck on a highway going nowhere. What do you do? Wait it out, or do something like this? Cars are turning around in front of me on 394 and driving the wrong direction to escape the gridlock. pic.twitter.com/GWhjjvF7Hk — Chris Egert (@ChrisEgert) February 21, 2014 Three semi-trucks are blocking the road near I-94. This Read more →
Rounding up the innocent to catch the guilty, the winter of our discontent, what’s in your credit card agreement, Kevin Grow goes to the NBA, and the luck and realities of the Twin Cities classrooms. Read more →
A look at the national air traffic today reveals one wide-ranging impact of the ice storm in the Southeast. Read more →
Should the government pay you to be alive, Judging a person by their cover, the homeless patch of North Dakota, it takes a village to keep a 102-year-old-woman in her home, and why on earth do we live on this sport on earth? Read more →