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How the football-adverse can get the best out of Super Bowl Sunday.
The U.S. Postal Service's increase for the cost of a first-class stamp is the largest hike for consumer postage in more than a decade.
Blowing snow closed roads and forced people to stay inside.
The top stories from our Patch sites in the Twin Cities this week include children evacuated after a carbon monoxide leak and a doctor cited for misconduct.
New research refutes the notion that coffee dehydrates the body.
Wow the crowd with these party-pleasers.
Three things to do in the Twin Cities area include an art sled rally and a championship cat show.
A look at the growing problem of Internet addiction in kids all over the world.
October's government shutdown has affected filing dates — so the Internal Revenue Service says it won't process tax returns before Jan. 31.
Large parts of the Midwest, including the Twin Cities, are seeing persistent or intensifying drought.
The top stories from our Patch sites in the Twin Cities include an interview with the father of a child who drowned in a pond.
The bad weather doesn’t mean you have to hunker down indoors.
A Comedy Central game had Twitter users across the metro dreaming up their own funny band names.
The state ranked sixth in the percentage of people getting flu shots, according to recent analysis.
Check out what’s new in 2014 on the free Patch app for iOS.
An overnight snow brought Twin Cities traffic to a crawl during the Tuesday morning commute.
After a weekend that saw the Minneapolis-St. Paul area crack the 40-degree mark for the first time in weeks, a front arrives tonight that could bring snow and, worse, high winds.
Hennepin County Commissioner Gail Dorfman will step down by March, triggering a special election for her District 3 seat.
Visitors are being screened for influenza-like symptoms and children under five are asked not to visit.