On just about any night of the week, Rum River BMX in Isanti, Minnesota is full of riders. While many are in their teens, a mother of two in her late 40s also calls the track home.
At first glance, Carla Rodriguez appears to be setting up for a typical photo shoot, but the process being used is nearly as old as the art of photography itself.
Minneapolis is known as one of the best cities for biking in the world. A group of cyclists is trying to get more people of color to enjoy the popular pastime. Twice a week, the Major Taylor Bicycle Club gets together in south Minneapolis to go for a ride.
Just like nature, music can have a calming effect on anyone who experiences it. But, a French horn player near Red Wing has an unusual place to practice his trade.
An Apple Valley man’s colorful collection of crazy caps he wears when he leaves the house is bringing some smiles and laughter to his community.
With no state fair this year because of the pandemic, many Minnesotans had to go without their end-of-summer tradition.
The Twin Cities are home to a vibrant community of artists and that has never been more apparent than after the death of George Floyd.
A horse therapy center in central Minnesota is hoping to expand its mission of helping children with special needs. On a 140-acre farm just north of Motley, Minnesota, the power of the pony is on full display.
A horse therapy center in Minnesota aims to help those with special needs thrive. After seeing success, the center wants to add services all year long.
Minnesota has more golfers per capita than just about any other state and that includes a group of Black golfers that have been playing together at a historic course in Minneapolis for decades.
Food can be a powerful way to bring people together and teach them about different cultures.
Usually associated with elite private schools and universities, a program at the University of Minnesota is teaching student athletes the game of squash and exposing them to higher education in the process.
Photography is the art of capturing an image by recording the light reflecting off of an object - but what happens when the photographer is always in the dark?
Joe Rosenthal's black and white snapshot of the flag raising at Iwo Jima became an enduring symbol of American resolve. Minnesota man Bill Genaust was standing right next to him and shot film footage of the same event, but his name was lost to history until recently.
The FOX show LEGO Masters showcases what is possible to build with the popular toy. Those possibilities are explored every day in Minnesota’s own vibrant LEGO community.
They've been around for centuries and are sort of the "Hot Pockets" of their time, but now a Dinkytown shop that makes pasties will be competing on a global stage.
The special crane will help crews cleanup the radioactive site nearly three decades after the worst nuclear disaster in history.
A St. Paul company is ushering in a new ice age, making artisanal ice cubes for craft cocktails.
The St. Paul Police Department is more than 160 years old, making it the oldest police organization in the state. Now, a group of mostly retired officers are keeping all that history alive.
It’s Saturday night in Rochester, Minnesota, and Soul Asylum is taking refuge on stage.