Over the last 150 years, it’s been everything from a beer hall to a wedding venue, but a local landmark in Zumbrota is also something else - the last functional covered bridge in Minnesota.
Next month will mark the 50th anniversary of one of the most popular educational games of all time, but the Oregon Trail's roots are actually right here in Minnesota.
A group of senior hockey players in the south metro is proving that "age is just a number." Even though they are in their 60s, 70s, and 80s, they are showing no signs of slowing down.
Randy Fitzgerald has made a career out of video games despite being a quadriplegic. Now, his success and efforts are paving the way for more accessibility in the gaming world.
The "Labor Inducer" burger, at Suburban in downtown Excelsior, was named after the co-owner went into labor soon after eating it. Now, 30 other mothers say the same thing happened for them.
A gas station in the north Twin Cities metro has become a popular roadside attraction.
A Twin Cities group called The Submergents takes a daily dip in a local lake for a jolt to get themselves going.
A Bloomington father and son have turned their love of rockets and need for speed into a passion for making masks.
More than a century before food delivery services like Bite Squad and GrubHub, for four generations, a family-owned business cornered the market on delivering dairy products door-to-door in the Twin Cities.
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.
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.