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Simply Science: Pervious Concrete

5:33 PM, Apr 4, 2013

Concrete contributes to water run-off, which affects both water quality and water quantity. But there is a sustainable option called "porous concrete."

Simply Science: Is your egg fresh or ready for the trash?

5:18 PM, Mar 28, 2013

The Kitchen Pantry Scientist shares a trick to tell if your eggs are fresh or too old, and the Saint Paul Hotel's chef shares his recipe for the perfect hard-boiled egg.

Simply Science: looking to the birds for signs of spring

5:44 PM, Mar 21, 2013

Even though it doesn't feel like it spring is here. And just like the warm weather the birds are running late this year.

Simply Science: Slow motion analysis with 'Dartfish'

6:58 PM, Mar 7, 2013

Nearly all the world's elite skaters use it and now some Olympic hopefuls in the Twin Cities do as well. Haley Briesch is a dedicated 11-year-old figure skater and an Upper Great Lakes Regional Champion.

Minnehaha Academy experiment blasts into Space

10:45 AM, Mar 1, 2013

Don't blame 16 Minnehaha Academy students if their heads are in the clouds the next few days.

Simply Science: Mahtomedi Science Bowl team is tops

7:24 PM, Feb 28, 2013

It was a long day that finally paid off for five members of the Mahtomedi Science Bowl team.

Simply Science: 3D printing and the URBEE 2 car

6:51 PM, Feb 21, 2013

When we click print, we expect paper with ink as the result but here at "RedEye On Demand" in Eden Prairie -- you get something much different. It's called 3D printing. A computer design is uploaded and the machine determines a path to build the object.

Simply Science: Making your Valentine's Day flowers last

6:23 PM, Feb 15, 2013

Many of us lucky girls and guys received flowers for Valentine's Day... but while the love can last forever, the flowers will not.

Simply Science: Wrinkly Wet Fingers come from Evolution

9:13 PM, Feb 7, 2013

We all know that spending too much time in the pool or bathtub leads to pruney fingers. It's a biological process controlled by our autonomic nervous system, which means it happens automatically without us thinking about it.

Simply Science: Microbiology and Microbrewing

6:32 PM, Jan 31, 2013

There is plenty of science involved in bringing your occasional malted beverage to your lips. Laura Betker follows the process from barley to bottle.

Minnesota gun laws a mystery to many

With renewed attention to American laws governing firearms, Minnesota has its own rules. Gun shop owners must comply with the regulations.

5:16 PM, Jul 23, 2012

Pawlenty vetoes minimum wage bill, delivers on promise

Sponsors of a plan to raise Minnesota's minimum wage for the first time since 2005 say they've been notified their bill has been vetoed.

8:54 PM, May 15, 2008

Shutterfly breaks ground in Shakopee

San Francisco-based Shutterfly has chosen Shakopee to anchor its Midwest regional operations.

5:31 PM, Sep 10, 2013

Home insurance claims on the rise; Will you need a public adjuster?

Micah Coburn has been dealing with a fire caused by a candle since July of last year. By late January, all of his stuff remained in boxes in his Maplewood garage.

4:58 PM, Feb 21, 2011

From Death to Life: Mother forgives son's killer

A Minneapolis community is celebrating a powerful story of forgiveness, how a mother's hatred for her child's murderer

10:22 AM, Sep 4, 2010

3 new names on St. John's accused monks list

St. John's Abbey has released an updated list of monks "who likely have offended against minors."

11:23 PM, Dec 9, 2013

Minneapolis Murder Rate Rising Fast

There is a growing concern in Minneapolis about the increase in violent crime. Two murders on Tuesday night brought the total number of

6:58 AM, Jun 23, 2005

Rainbow Looms bracelets latest craze for kids

A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.

6:30 PM, Oct 18, 2013

Spring lawncare tips

3:34 PM, Apr 16, 2012

9-year-old boy found hanging from Mpls. clothesline dies

Investigators in Minneapolis are looking into the death of a 9-year-old boy after he was found hanging from a clothesline on the city's north side.

8:49 AM, Jul 2, 2013

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