I have noticed some of the Big cities have virtual tours of some of their touristy things. You can tour buildings or historic sites. With all the natural beauty and the variety of places to go, I always thought every city ought to have a virtual tour.
Personally, I love The Voice and have been watching it for years. In the past, The Voice has produced several talented artists from Minneapolis, and next week, another gifted personality will grace the stage.
Bob Gustafson visited today to talk about deadlines. Can you believe Grandma's Marathon is this close. Made me smile thinking that the hot summer and the race will soon be upon us. Here's what Bob had to say.
John Shuster and his team thrilled us with the American Curling matches to qualify for the next round to make it to the Olympics. Then he beat world teams to become an Olympic entry. Now he needs your help. It costs a lot of money to get to the Olympics, both for the team and for the families.
America’s Navy is coming home to Duluth, Minn., in 2014, one of six cities selected to host a Navy Week. Navy week will take place August 18th thru the 24th. It's a time to get to know the Navy, what they do and some of the equipment they use.
They say "you can't always get what you want" - but apparently at the Beacon Drugstore you CAN - as long as it's pizza! The infamous Minnesota landmark in Excelsior where Mick Jagger met Mister Jimmy and turned the event into one of their signature songs is being turned into a pizza place by developers.
I think everyone thinks that they're surrounded by the worst drivers in the country while on their daily commute - but - how do those motorists around you rank on a list of the best and worst drivers in the United States? An automobile insurance company recently reviewed statistics and came up with their rankings.
John Shuster is trying to qualify for the Olympic games in Russia. He has to be one of the top two teams in Germany after this week. He had a rough start losing an ugly game to the Czecks, but his team's luck changed.
In an impressive move today, after the city voted to give Mayor Don Ness a raise, he refused to accept it. The city council voted a 25 percent pay increase, from $78,000 to $97,500. He said it was the right thing to do.
There's a turkey in the White House - and it's not what you're thinking and it also has Minnesota ties. Two turkeys raised on a farm in Thief River Falls will play a central role in the 2013 Thanksgiving Turkey Pardon.
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