Prof. David Schultz stops by FOX 9 to talk about politics as the Trump Impeachment Trial continues.
The local nonprofit Faith's Lodge, which offers support to families who recently lost a baby, is hosting a benefit concert in Minneapolis.
From unique flower bouquets to new color trends, weddings of the new decade are about to look a lot different than years past. Thankfully, planning for an on-trend extravaganza has never been easier. Matthew Trettel from The Wedding Guys stopped by the Buzz with the year's top trends and a preview of the Twin Cities Bridal Show.
We're deep into winter and that means indulging in meals that nourish our bellies and comfort our souls. Food & Dining editor from MSP Magazine Stephanie March stops by with her picks that will help you get through the chills of the season.
Thursday is the opening ceremony for the 134th St. Paul Winter Carnival and that means the kickoff of one of the festival's signature events: the ice carving competition. The competition takes place in Rice Park. Teams have up to 48 hours to create elaborate sculptures. After the winner is chosen, the creations will stay in place throughout the duration of the festival. The Winter Carnival wraps up on Feb. 2.
Now playing at Jungle Theater, "A Doll's House, Part Two." The show continues a story that began more than 140 years ago. Two stars of the production stopped by the Buzz with a preview.
FOX 9 introduced you to 9-year-old Megan Wagner during our 12 Days of Giving campaign last fall, a fundraiser for "M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.". Megan has a rare form of cancer called osteosarcoma. Now Megan and others are working to give back to the hospital and raise money for cancer research.
50th anniversary tour of "Jesus Christ Superstar" arrives in Minneapolis - but this isn't your grandma's "Superstar". The stars of the show stop by the Buzz to chat about how their production honors the original concept album while introducing the show to a new generation.
The lakes may be frozen but boat enthusiasts will be revving their engines at the Minneapolis Boat Show. The Morning Buzz got a look at some of the new products expected to make a splash. The boat show runs through Sunday at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
The evolution of video games to e-sports continues to take the world by storm and now a Minnesota e-sports team is answering the call. This weekend at the Minneapolis Armory -- the Minnesota RØKKR will launch its inaugural season. The Morning Buzz got a special preview.
It's Christmas Eve and a newly minted U.S. citizen is preparing to host an Iraqi meal. As the night goes on, secrets are revealed and the evening begins to unravel. The star of the Guthrie's production of "Noura" stopped by the Buzz to chat about the show, which plays the Guthrie through Feb. 16th.
New chore app allows kids to earn, save and invest real money. The co-founder and CEO of BusyKid stopped by the Buzz to explain how parents can use the app to teach their family valuable financial lessons.
A new book takes us inside the concerts, the tours, and dressing rooms of some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll. "When the Stones Came to Town" features the ultimate trip down memory lane for Twin Cities music lovers. The authors behind the book stopped by the Buzz.
St. Paul city Council member Nelsie Yang, the first Hmong woman elected to the council, stops by FOX 9 to talk about her goals.
Sen. Tina Smith stops by FOX 9 ahead of the Trump Impeachment Trial.
For a lot of folks, dry January is still in full swing.. even if you slipped a sip in there at some point. If you're looking for a reason to cut back this month, local bars are on board with the mission. Food and Dining editor from MSP Mag, Stephanie March, stopped by with some alcohol-free options.
Hometown hero Jack Morris stops by the Morning Buzz to preview his 8th annual Home Plate Gala benefitting Crescent Cove. Of course, while he was here... he talked some baseball, including the Twins' mega deal with Josh Donaldson.
BDPA has been serving underrepresented youth in Minnesota for decades. Students learn coding, new technology and compete across country. The 15th annual awards celebration is January 18th, 2020.
Yoga can be intimidating, but there's a studio in St. Paul’s North End that’s all about making it accessible to everyone, no matter your ability or size. In fact the studio is considered a ‘body-positive zone.’ But this yoga spot also has a coffee bar and is giving back to the neighborhood in a big way. It’s called ‘Real Life Coffee & Yoga’ and owner Gabrielle Hruska is following her dreams by opening this welcoming spot.
When it comes to winter you can either escape it or embrace it, and this weekend it’s all about celebrating the season. Winterfest returns to Stillwater for its fourth year. The event runs January 18th - 26th and the activities include everything from The Frozen Flannel Curling Tournament, a Keg Toss, Parka Pub Crawl and even a casserole cook-off.