Wings Etc. joined First News Sunday for a look at the Big Game deals.
Alyssa reported live from Minneapolis on game day topics ranging from a cold-weather outfitting company based in Minneapolis, WSI, and their involvement in game day to the fans braving the cold.
Each team then selects 54 game balls, nearly five times more than a typical NFL game.
Super Bowl organizers say the event is something people can feel statewide.
Fans go all out, getting special hair cuts for the Super Bowl.
The last time Timberlake was on this stage was his infamous performance with Janet Jackson in 2004.
NewsChannel 15’s Pat Hoffmann shows you how to make buffalo chicken and chicken parmesan sliders
Anticipation is building as the big game gets closer. Millions are ready to see the Eagles and Patriots face off. But there’s something else that has fans talking.
The owner’s of Cindy’s Diner and Powers Hamburgers are cheering on opposite teams for Sunday’s game.
Ford has a new suit that simulates what it is like to drive after a long night of drinking, which experts say you shouldn’t do because a hangover leads to slow reaction times.
10,00 tickets were sold for the ride, and they sold out quickly!
More than 5,000 reporters are in Minneapolis to cover the game, and they’ve come from all over the globe; some covering a football game for the first time.
Bettors can gamble on everything from in-game stats to the halftime show to the number of times Donald Trump will tweet during the game.
Are you going to eat chicken wings at a Super Bowl party? You won’t be alone! The National Chicken Council estimates that this year, Americans will eat more wings than ever before.
Big-name brands shell out millions of dollars for those precious seconds during commercial breaks.
The culinary team at U.S. Bank Stadium have spent the last year creating a special menu for those in attendance at the big game.
It’s everywhere you look. On pins, hats, and signs. The saying “Bold North” has become the mantra for Super Bowl week in Minnesota.
For many people, watching the Super Bowl is as much about the advertisements as it is about the actual game and this year you’ll be able to rate the ads thanks to technology from a company called Dialsmith right here on wane.com.
Do you want to go big for the big game? Here’s where to find the best deals on televisions before the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots kick off on February 4.
Minneapolis regularly employs 840 officers, but for this event more than 3,000 officers will be on duty and the plan’s already in motion.