College students and others are back home for Thanksgiving, but before they gather for a meal tomorrow, they are hitting the bars Wednesday night for Thanksgiving Eve. With more people out socializing and drinking, it’s important to remember to not drink and drive.
Tuesday, Governor Walz met with other state leaders to discuss current efforts to support on the frontlines. The National Guard has been deployed to two hospitals in the state as capacity concerns continue with COVID-19 patients.
Whether you need some help putting Thanksgiving type dishes on the table this year or somewhere to go for a hot meal, area nonprofits are wanting to help those in need during the holidays despite rising inflation costs.
A nationwide ammunition shortage due to the supply chain issues affecting other products has left hunters searching far and wide for ammo in the first place and then shelling out more money if they do find it.
It has been 15 years since a promise was broken, but credit is finally being given to a Rochester man who helped make one of the largest video game franchises, Call of Duty, more assessible to those like him, with physical disabilities.