"Let me welcome everybody to this very special session for the District Court for the State of Minnesota," said Judge Franklin Noel, magistrate with the U.S. District Court.
Liz Brown's third graders at Middleton Elementary in Woodbury are gathered around her, listening spellbound as she reads a book about a child's moral dilemma over a plan to kidnap a dog.
The cooler door swings open and out come boxes of vegetables and fruit -- scratch ingredients for that day's breakfast and lunch program.
Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius has a big job, but a big concern on opening day of the Minnesota State Fair was choosing the right book.
"This is the kind of thing I've always wanted to do," said art teacher Jim Bias.
"Go back and be really sarcastic,'" ordered director Linda Henderson who is putting actors from Northfield High School through their paces.
Kathy Lara settles her third grade choir students into their seats at Windom Dual Spanish Immersion School in Minneapolis.
Middle school teacher Jeff Cater is teaching students the Community School of Excellence in Saint Paul the finer points of computer repair.
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 ...
The indictment, which was filed Nov. 1 in St. Paul, was unsealed following the initial appearances of five of the defendants.
Mike Calawertz from Orange Theory Fitness joined KARE Saturday morning to offer advice on how to shed those unwanted pounds and how to keep on track to your New Year's weight loss resolutions.
Bring a little Hell's Kitchen into your own by dishing up these tasty recipes.
A box becomes a home each year for this teen from Plymouth, but this year will be his last. Larson will, once again, spend weeks sleeping in a cardboard box all in an effort to raise money for those less fortunate.
Roseville police confirm that a missing vulnerable adult they were searching for has been found dead not far from her home.
Injured people have something new to lean on thanks to a Minnesota inventor. Jeff Weber, a native of Fairmont, designed a new kind of crutch called Mobilegs.
A former teacher and coach at Cretin-Derham Hall has received a stayed
jail sentence of one year and a $300 fine for having sex with a former
high school athlete.
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