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The cost insulin is rising. Here's why, and what you can do about it

The cost of insulin is rising. Here’s why, and what you can do about...

There are more than 460,000 diabetics in Minnesota - roughly 10% of the population has diabetes, and another 37% have prediabetes. This is according to the MN Department of Health (2015 data). It doesn’t stop...

What would you give up for a good night’s sleep? One survey has the...

Most of us probably feel like we could usually get at least another hour of sleep each day. I definitely try to eke out as many minutes of shut eye as I can each...
Watch: A refrigerator-sized meteor and 'Christmas Comet' light up the Minnesota night sky

Watch: A refrigerator-sized meteor and ‘Christmas Comet’ light up the Minnesota night sky

With the holidays in full swing, you won't go far without running into a beautiful light display of some sort. You may want to keep your gaze going upward, however, and start searching the...
The esports phenomenon finds its footing in Minnesota

The esports phenomenon finds its footing in Minnesota

Esports have exploded over the past decade—selling out enormous stadiums, attracting huge corporate sponsors, and, as a result, many of the players will likely become household names as this gamer revolution continues to grow....
Protective barriers for bus drivers: Coming soon for $1 million

Protective barriers for bus drivers: Coming soon for $1 million

A shortage of riders is not the problem facing the Twin Cities' Metro Transit bus system. It's a shortage of drivers. And a big part of that, union leaders think, is due to an...
160-year-old church burns down in Norwood

160-year-old church burns down in Norwood Young America

Norwood Young America, a small town of 3,723 people situated in the prairies just west of the Twin Cities, offers a quainter, more peaceful lifestyle, often centered around the 160-year-old United Methodist Church. But, late...
Step back in time and explore the golden era of Minnesota department stores

Step back in time and explore the golden era of Minnesota department stores

Black Friday is over. And so is Small Business Saturday. And Cyber Monday. And... I think that covers all of them. But whether you stayed at home in your sweats ordering online or actually...
Here's where to stream the NASA Mars landing today

Livestream the NASA InSight Mars landing

It's been seven months (and a decade of planning), one billion dollars, and more than 300 million miles traveled since NASA's InSight robotic lander set out on its mission to Mars. Here in Minnesota, we...
The 2019 Charlie Awards

2019 Charlie Awards Finalists

The Charlie Awards, the Twin Cities' localized version of the James Beard Awards, honor the very best food, drink, hospitality, and innovation in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The finalists for 2019 have been officially been...
Minneapolis/St. Paul "highly segregated by race" according to new report

Minneapolis/St. Paul “highly segregated by race” according to new report

The twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul end up on an impressive number of "Top 10" and "Best of" lists - for the economy, the bike lanes, the restaurants, the number of theater...
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