Hiccups could play an important role in an infant's brain development, a new study suggests.
The State of Minnesota is working to remove dozens of trees along I-94 in St. Paul due to an emerald ash borer infestation.
Whether you wrap gifts like Martha Stewart or toss items into a bag at the last second and call it good enough, the presentation of your gift will likely have an effect on the recipient’s expectations about what’s inside — and potentially even how they feel about the present once it’s unwrapped.
Now that we are a week into December, we are very much getting into the heart of the cold season for much of North America. Around here, that means subzero temperatures and even colder wind chills. But how common are the extremely cold temperatures this time of year?
A 40-year-old Brainerd, Minnesota man has been federally charged after he allegedly shot and killed a bear on the Red Lake Indian Reservation this fall, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota.
Many Christmas sweaters contain harmful materials that are adding to world's pollution problem, according to a U.K. environmental charity.
If you're not in the holiday spirit yet, this adorable horse is sure to get you there!
A British lesbian couple has become the first in the world to carry a baby in both their wombs.
After a couple of days with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s, you’d think our snowpack would be almost gone by now. If you’ve lived in Minnesota more than a couple of winters, you likely know that is just not going to be the case. But if temperatures get above freezing, why does it take so long for our snowpack to melt? Well, the answer is surprisingly complex.
With his international teammates, Andrew Towne will take turns rowing a boat all the way to Antarctica across the infamously brutal waters of the Drake Passage.
An environmental group notified the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Wednesday that it plans to sue the agency for permitting trapping that harms Canada lynx.
Now that we are in December, we are entering the coldest couple of months for temperatures on average in North America. That means the lack of any sunshine around the North Pole allows the true arctic air to develop over the next few weeks. Well, as we know, every so often, this air is dislodged from northern Canada and heads south into the Upper Midwest. Well, it looks like that is about to happen for the first time this season.
Moose survived an attack by multiple coyotes in an Inver Grove Heights neighborhood.
With over 14 inches of snow during our last meteorological fall month, this is now the snowiest November in the Twin Cities since 1997.
The wolves that were relocated to Isle Royale National Park on Lake Superior over the last year have adapted well to the island environment, according to researchers.
The popular Tettegouche State Park Sea Stack toppled this weekend after the region was hit hard by a winter storm.
The whale was found with roughly 220 pounds of garbage and debris, including sections of net, plastic cups and bags.
The Minnesota Racing Commission levied fines and suspensions against horses that tested positive, but a FOX 9 investigation shows human methamphetamine use could be the culprit for the positive tests.
A dog and baby giraffe created a beautiful friendship at a Rhino orphanage in South Africa.
Specialized canine auditory gear has been developed to protect military dogs from hearing loss during training, the U.S. Army said Wednesday in a news release.