Head chef Zoraida Marquez from General Store Café & Bistro joins
KARE in the kitchen Saturday morning to share a tasty recipe.
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Need some New Year's feast inspiration? Check out what the chefs of Borough have planned and you might want to leave the ...
Adam Scher, Senior Curator at the Minnesota Historical Society, came on
KARE Saturday to share some interesting information about the ...
The Christmas trees look great at Pahl's Garden Market in Apple Valley. The varieties are plentiful and they are fresh and ...
If you have a student who's starting to sort through the maze of applying to college you know how complicated and expensive it can get.
The Twin Cities hosts one of the country's most successful Toys for Tots drives each year. Here are answers to some of the frequently ...
With renewed attention to American laws governing firearms, Minnesota has its own rules. Gun shop owners must comply with the regulations.
A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.
Some recall it as the Edina tornado, others refer to it as the Har Mar tornado, but no matter the name, the memories are the same.
Hailing from small town southern Illinois, Jana is learning a whole new meaning of "winter" here in the Twin Cities. Jana began reporting for KARE 11 in December of 2003, just in time for the temperatures to fall below her idea of freezing. But, she's excited about the opportunities to live and learn here in the north.
WCCO-TV has let go of one of their news anchors. Jeanette Trompeter, the 5 p.m. newscast anchor was let go from WCCO-TV for budget
Playing any sport comes with risks. A wrong move, an unexpected collision, or hard fall can change an athlete's life forever.
There's a sure sign of spring located high in a tree, just west of the Twin Cities. And, the Minnesota Bound Eagle Cam is giving us all the perfect view.
The mother of a boy accidentally killed by his father in a hunting accident spoke to KARE 11 via email. Amber Klaseus
It's not just the NSA spying on your cell phone. KARE 11 has learned
that two Minnesota law enforcement agencies have the ability to do the