Travelers to Hawaii will have to take the COVID-19 test within 72 hours before their flight.
Exactly six months ago Minnesota restricted in-person dining at restaurants. Thursday, one group said nearly half the restaurants in the state may close by January if the state doesn’t ease restrictions.
Beattie went into the basement, where he found an Amazon shipping tube which he used to create a candy chute on his outdoor banister for distributing treats safely on Halloween.
National Guacamole Day, Sept. 16, lets you celebrate the creamy, rich fruit that is the avocado.
Peeps may have put the kibosh on its holiday offerings, but Oreo is fully committing to its Christmas treats.
If you missed out on Minnesota State Fair’s drive-thru food experience this summer, you’ll get a second chance to get your fair food fix this fall. The State Fair announced Tuesday it is bringing back its Food Parade for an encore in October.
A mother says she was "humiliated" when she was escorted off a Southwest flight Saturday because her 2-year-old was snacking without a mask prior to takeoff.
Employees at Minneapolis-based Spyhouse Coffee and Fair State Brewing Cooperative voted to unionize this week, joining a growing list of Twin Cities establishments that have already done so.
The Social Security Administration released its official list of the Top 10 most popular baby names of 2019 – and they’re not all that different from 2018.
A father in England recreated a famous scene from “Toy Story” to send his young son back to school, in a sweet photoshoot that has gone viral on social media.
The Minnesota Department of Health reported Wednesday that during the most recent inspection of 167 bars and restaurants, barely over half were found to be in compliance with COVID-19 safeguards.
Little Debbie’s beloved Oatmeal Creme Pies are being reimagined as a breakfast cereal with Kellogg’s.
A man was removed from an Allegiant Air flight Monday morning to Punta Gorda, Florida after allegedly asking a flight attendant to put a face mask on, according to a report by Newsweek.
MSP Airport was busier this holiday weekend than it has been for the last few months, but airport officials aren’t sure this is part of a long-term trend.
Hoping to bring healing through food, a local woman has cooked and distributed free meals at the site of the George Floyd memorial in south Minneapolis for the past three months. Now, Chef Tea is looking to open a kitchen of her own.
United Airlines is adding new and returning routes in October, allowing the airline to fly 40% of its full flight schedule compared to the previous year, a 6% increase compared to what it plans to fly in September.
Minnesota breweries already struggling financially due to the pandemic are preparing for their next big challenge: surviving through the slower winter season.
People should skip kissing and consider wearing a mask when having sex to reduce your chances of being exposed to the novel coronavirus, according to Canada's top doctor on Wednesday.
Two days after Surly Brewing Company employees formed a union, the brewery announced an indefinite closure of its Beer Hall, which the union called retaliation, but the brewery says was a decision weeks in the making.
Surly Brewing Company announced that the Minneapolis Beer Hall will be closing indefinitely on November 2.