The Hamline Dining Hall at the Minnesota State Fair is honoring one of its longtime volunteers as a way to say thanks for decades of hard work.
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.
With no state fair this year because of the pandemic, many Minnesotans had to go without their end-of-summer tradition.
Minnesota State Fair officials say the Saturday of Labor Day, the last Saturday of the Fair, is typically the busiest day of the yearly event. On this day last year, they saw more than 260,000 visitors. For this year’s drive-thru event, they saw around 7,000.
In honor of the Great Minnesota Get Together we're sharing some of our favorite state fair memories. In this clip, Dale & Keith have Fairchild & Fairborne try fried apple pie.
Children's Minnesota in St. Paul found a special way to celebrate the State Fair despite its cancellation this season.
The wait is over and the gates are open for the first-ever State Fair Food Parade at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
With the State Fair cancelled amid the pandemic, Minnesotans are still finding ways to enjoy the yearly festival, including bringing part of it to their backyard.
With his herd in tow, the owner of a Carver County llama ranch hit the road on Friday.
While the Minnesota State Fair won’t be happening this year, the butter sculpture tradition of Princess Kay of the Milky Way and her court continues amid the pandemic.
A 19-year-old Byron, Minnesota woman was crowned the 67th Princess Kay of the Milky Way Wednesday night.
Tickets for the Minnesota State Fair's drive-thru experience have sold out just two and a half hours after the tickets went on sale online Friday morning.
The Minnesota State Fair may be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but you can still get your fair food fix this summer.
The Princess Kay of the Milky Way program will continue in 2020, complete with a coronation and those famous butter carvings. Current Princess Kay, Amy Kyllo, joined us to chat about her reign and how fans can still get into the dairy spirit this summer.
While the Minnesota State Fair has been canceled for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the long-standing tradition of butter sculpting will still go on this summer.
The Minnesota State Fair is working to make sure fans can still get a taste of the get together, even if we can't actually get together. The fair's Danielle Dullinger joined the Buzz with more on how the Fine Arts competition will continue online (and how you can toast the fair with their famous cups!).
The 2020 Minnesota State Fair is canceled this year, but as a consolation prize, the Fair is selling a small piece of the fair for fair fans to pick up this summer.
When summer comes to a close in late August, it just won't be the same not stepping into the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. But, state fair vendors have found a way to make sure their customers can still get a taste of the beloved event.
The State Fair's announcement that the show won't go on this summer has hit Minnesota hard. That includes thousands of 4-H kids who work all year long to compete and earn scholarships.
Minnesota State Fair General Manager Jerry Hammer spoke with FOX 9 Saturday, detailing why organizers decided to cancel the 2020 state fair due to COVID-19.