Julie gets a behind the scenes look at the work of Landscaping Recycling Center.
Sara sat down with Rae Spooner to talk about the 2nd annual Ride for Ray benefiting ALS and MDA.
Megan browses the latest exhibit at the Museum of the Grand Prairie, which takes a look at the year 1968.
Nicole visits with MiniVisits, an organization that raises and trains miniature horses for therapy.
With the summer temperatures of late, we may have forgotten how miserable we were in April. Andrew gives us a recap of the first full month of spring, that was really still winter.
Andrew recaps our month of "bonus winter", and offers us a not too thrilling prediction for the month of April.
Julie talks with Gene Cossey, Executive Director of Willard Airport, about it's recent growth and possibilities for the future.
The Homer Opera House has been the locus for entertainment, education and music since 1902. And now it provides a home for professional wrestling.
Fifth graders from around the region descend on Engineering Open House to showcase their inventions in a Rube Goldberg contest.
Have you voted yet? If not, then read this and get yourself to the polls.
As expected, February finished much warmer than average - but a late pattern change flooded Champaign-Urbana with nearly three times our expected monthly precipitation. Let's take a look at a wild end to the official Winter 2017-18 season in the Twin Cities!
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