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 asked questions regarding the Twin Cities Toys for Tots program.
The annual Toys for Tots program is just around the corner. KARE 11 will again be teaming up with the US Marines to promote the Twin Cities' Toys for Tots collection.
Saturday night three bell ringers agreed to jointly lay their bells down after 105 hours.
The "Walk for the Philippines" was held Sunday morning at the Mall of America. Find information to donate.
Stacy and Tony Moran love providing food for their community. This generous couple knows that they are doing more than feeding the stomach of their community, they are feeding the soul.
From team mascots to corporate CEOs, Minnesotans were more than represented in the KARE 11 Food Fight on Tuesday.
Looking for ways to make a difference this holiday season? Check out the HandsOn Twin Cities Holiday Volunteer Guide to find out about volunteer opportunities happening in your area.
When all was said and done 861,000 pounds of food was collected in the KARE 11 Food Fight.
Erik's Ranch & Retreats is looking for tour volunteers to participate in their Minnesota Adventures program.
U.S. sales of beer declined in four of the past five years. Between 2007 and 2012, beer sales fell by 2.3%, or more than 4.8 million barrels.
Great stories come in all shapes, forms and, in this case, sizes.
Mike Porcaro and Ken Ellis have hands that are as gnarled as the bonsai trees they carefully shape. Both are retired - Mike from 3M, and Ken, was an art teacher at John Glenn Middle School.
Investigators revealed new twists Thursday in the shooting death of Bloomington woman, as formal charges were filed against the suspect. And authorities in
Upside-down cakes strike the perfect balance between festive and familiar.
A Minnesotan who posted a parody video about youth culture in Dubai is being held by authorities as the first foreigner arrested under tougher measures governing internet use in the United Arab Emirates.
The changes started in 2001 when AGCO, the world's third largest farm equipment manufacturer, bought Ag-Chem, a family owned agricultural sprayer company based in Jackson.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has disclosed the names of 34 priests who have been accused of sexually abusing minors.
A 14-year-old is recovering after he was shot through the eye in a hunting accident.
A schoolteacher who was forced to resign after being videotaped having sex with a colleague in a classroom closet said the encounters were on his personal time and he was entitled to collect unemployment benefits.