Some routes have been providing passage since long before the introduction of paved roads.
Now one of the city's most popular entertainment destinations, its name has surprising transit origins.
Planes have been flying at MSP — formerly Wold-Chamberlain Field — for roughly a century.
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Curious Minnesota podcast host Eric Roper discusses Civil Defense and the Cold War history of tornado sirens with writer Dave Kenney.
The transition to 5G wireless technology is having a visible impact on some city streets.
The unusual moniker for the commercial district near the University of Minnesota dates to the 1940s.
The precious metal has not been mined in Minnesota since the turn of the 20th century.
Curious Minnesota podcast host Eric Roper discusses the 1950s initiative to install missile sites around the Twin Cities.
Siren testing began amid fears of a Soviet atomic bomb attack during the Cold War.
Electric vehicles are growing in popularity. Keeping them all on the road will require a lot of power.
The controversial crop was at the center of a short-lived program during WWII.
The oldest Minnesotan, a supercentenarian, is also one of the oldest living people in the United States.
Host Eric Roper digs into the science and history behind the Mighty Mississippi's headwaters.
The expansive Twin Cities streetcar network once reached from Lake Minnetonka to Stillwater.
The origin countries of Minnesota's foreign-born population has changed significantly in the last three decades.
Just last year, Minnesota recorded its gloomiest January in 57 years, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
Although the lights can be seen any time of year, spring and fall, especially September and March, are the best chances to see the northern lights in Minnesota.
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"The standard answer is, really, ice is never 100% safe," said a DNR recreation safety coordinator. And early- and late-season ice is the most unpredictable.
Minneapolis' two primary train stations met very different fates in the 1970s.
Minneapolis' two train stations met very different fates in the 1970s.
Due to our cold winters, MSP is one of the busiest airports in the country for de-icing operations. Delta uses more than 1 million gallons of fluid each season.
In light of recent issues with police officer conduct, one reader wanted to know what kind of training law enforcement officers get in the state.