With only one week to go to the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, this week's Run with KARE continues to share how running benefits many lives in our community.
Run with KARE, every Friday leading up to the Twin Cities Marathon on October 7th.
KARE 11 Sunrise Morning Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard is hitting the pavement for Run with KARE.
On your mark, get set, run with KARE! Every Friday in September, leading up to the Twin Cities Marathon, KARE's morning meteorologist, Sven Sundgaard, will be in our community meeting up with different running groups, and spotlighting the benefits of running, during KARE 11 News Sunrise.
As a marathoner, you may have already experienced a running injury
first-hand. Dr. Ed Laskowski, co-director of the Sports Medicine Center
Fueling your body with proper nutrition to meet the physical demands of a marathon is crucial to success. Steve DeBoer, a registered and licensed dietitian and avid marathon runner, shares
Hot summer months can take a toll on your body, making it especially important to stay hydrated as you take on those long training runs and races
Finding a running pace that is right for you and maintaining it during a marathon may be easier said than done, but there are steps you can take to make sure you
Last month, Mayo Clinic discussed cross-training as one way to break up a monotonous running routine and to use muscles in different ways
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.
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
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.
The former director of a Minneapolis charter school will serve time in prison for stealing more than a million dollars from the school.
Days after the Archdiocese of St. Paul/Minneapolis released a list of nearly three dozen priests who likely committed sexual offenses against children, St. John's Abbey is sharing its own list of likely predators.
When the Holiday Train rolls into Cottage Grove this December, so will an international recording star who will sing for a good cause.
A woman is recovering after what police believe is an accidental shooting in Maple Grove Sunday night.
The US Marines Toys for Tots program brightens the holidays for thousands of kids around the Twin Cities and you can help make the 2012 campaign a success.
The renovation of a 1915 Fergus Falls landmark is just one example of 31 grants awarded around Minnesota. The grants total more than $22 million under the Federal Small Cities Development Program. The Kaddatz Hotel in Fergus Falls will receive $650,000 toward a
Macy's Santaland annual display tells the story of Santa's elves as they get ready for Christmas at the North Pole.