Earth Day is Saturday, April 22nd and to celebrate Mall of America is release thousands of lady bugs. And we do mean thousands! Try 75,000 lady bugs. Children from Fraser Minnesota and Children's Minnesota are doing the honor.
Saint Thomas Academy Crack Drill Squad is celebrating eighty years. The squad is the longest running high school precision drill team in the state. The squad performs all over the area in parades, at military events and at schools.
Elizabeth chats with Blooma founder Sarah Longacre for her new series called "Wonder Women." She's sitting down with women in our community who have overcome a personal struggle, found their passion and are willing to talk openly and honestly about what's working for them…and what isn't. Sarah says this has been the hardest year of her...
The Minnesota Wild is in playoff mode and now fans can get ready for the big game. Fans are encouraged to wear Wild colors and cheer on the team whether their headed to the game or not.
There are tons of products that claim to offer something unique. That includes some items that would make a good gift for an Easter basket or even for some spring cleaning. TCL Reporter Emily Engberg gives us five of them and they all get rave reviews.
Spring break has turned into Slime Break at Mall of America's Nickelodeon Universe. Getting slimed is an honor! Now guests can experience it for themselves. After going through a series of challenges, the "winner" gets slimed! Even those contestants who don't get first place get an honor. How about getting a pie in the face?! It's all in good...
Olympics Gold Medalists and former NHL players, Rob McClanahan and Neal Broten stopped by to talk about an upcoming event.
Diane Keyes and her mom, Lorraine Andersen began eating lunch at the Roseville Wendy's 22 years ago and 5,000 lunches later... Diane wrote a book called, "To Wendy's With Love. In the book, Diane writes about suffering from a brain hemorrhage during her childhood...and how she dealt with depression but says she went from heartache to wholeness...
For the 13th year, KSTP is teaming up with Como Zoo to help raise money to help the animals and plants at Como. When you sponsor an animal or garden, you're helping with animal care and habitat enhancements.
Twin Cities Live is celebrating 9 years on air this month! Our show premiered on April 21st, 2008 and we didn't want to limit the party to just one day, so we're celebrating all month long!