Brian Moon

Wildfire Risk Increases Across Minnesota

Dry weather and drought across Minnesota have created conditions favorable for wildfires this fall. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources urges homeowners, woodland owners, farmers and outdoor recreationists to monitor statewide fire danger and current burning restrictions, which can fluctuate quickly this time of year. “Don’t fall for the trap that cooler weather cancels fire danger,” said Casey McCoy, DNR …

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Eddie Van Halen, Guitar God For A Rock Generation, Dies At 65

I guess I don’t know how to even find the words to type this, but I’m going to try. One of my favorite artists passed today. That would be the great Edward Van Halen. The all-American guitar hero who, with his namesake hard-rock band Van Halen, redefined the sound and possibilities of the electric guitar in the 1970s and ’80s, …

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A Kid’s Very Funny Answer To A Math Question

This little boy may have a future in standup comedy.  He’s reading a math problem in a book about somebody named Jayden who has “one dollar bill, one quarter, and two pennies.”  And when it asks “how much money he has” . . . the kid says, “Jayden’s broke.”

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September’s Best News Bloopers

September isn’t even over yet, and we already have enough news gaffes to pack one of those blooper montages.This one features newscasters bravely persevering through lights going out, misplaced graphics, anchors missing their cues, and one reporter REALLY “needing cucumbers.”      

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