In our Take KARE of Your Money report, we highlighted several great deals for your little ones.
Spring break is just days away for many, but it's still not too late to find some last-minute deals. When it comes to multi-generational trips there are some ways to ensure it's a success.
There are more than two dozen places around the Twin Cities to safely get rid of unused medications. Why is it important to use these facilities?
Safety officials advise parents to mark the day by double checking their children's car seats.
Almost exciting as the first day of school is getting ready for it, but what kids learn when they get there has changed.
When the weather finally turns nice and sunny, it's time to enjoy the great outdoors. Before you start your fun in the sun, remember to
Finding great ways to keep your kids busy over Spring Break isn't always easy.
Some majestic visitors stopped by KARE 11 Sunrise on Friday.
Most of us can hardly get through the day without our technology. And when you're in college, that technology can be used not only for ...
Residents of a Roseville apartment complex are regrouping after a hot burning fire chased them from their homes Thursday night.
A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.
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
St. John's Abbey has released an updated list of monks "who likely have offended against minors."
This January, KARE 11 Sunrise and Chris Freytag are teaming up for the Work Out of the Week, or W.O.W.
The following recalls have been announced:
From free golf to free food, more businesses than ever are offering birthday deals thanks to online birthday clubs and internet coupons.
A drug task force served search warrants late Monday and early Tuesday, busting suspects cooking in what they call an active meth lab.
Life, in just a matter of hours can take a mother from her lowest low, to her highest high. Selena Owen, of Clara City, learned that lesson last week.
When the odds are one in a million, everything is wrong when those odds are beaten.