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Children in the Gopher State are born knowing it's not just the "good" Minnesota get together.
Another summer racing by; so many plans, so little time, but this summer is different for Janie Waldron.
When farmers leave home in their pick-ups, John Deere dealers cast hopeful smiles. But if you see Jerry Johnson on the road to Hector on a Monday, you can bet he isn't making a run for tractor parts or fertilizer.
A grandson fulfills his grandfather's wish to return a flag to the family of a Japanese soldier killed during World War II.
Mike Janssen coaches and manages an Eagan softball team, but he is also an advocate in the fight to find a cure for spinal cord injuries.
Along Minnetonka's Clear Spring Road, the constant sounds of bat hitting ball have become a way of life for the neighborhood.
The two ton life-size fabrication of a Tonka Mighty Wrecker is making appearances at parades and festivals.
Any busy restaurant kitchen is part culinary, part choreography. But you won't find two less likely dance partners than Fre Haile and Shegitu Kebede.
Life sometimes carries us to deep, dark, places. This is a story about climbing out.
No one makes reservations at a Salvation Army soup kitchen, but at the Army's eastside service center on Payne Avenue, it might be time.
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On Monday afternoon, President Barack Obama told a crowd of law enforcement officers that the city of Minneapolis showed that progress is possible; noting statistics that show the number of young people injured by guns has declined by 40 percent.
Chef Pham dropped by our KARE 11 Kitchen this morning to tell us about his latest restaurant, Thom Pham's Wondrous Azian Kitchen, and to share a one of his favorite dishes.
From free golf to free food, more businesses than ever are offering birthday deals thanks to online birthday clubs and internet coupons.
Seven years ago a little girl in swim goggles taught KARE 11 viewers that pain can be one of our greatest gifts.
John Jason McLaughlin was not insane when he shot and killed two classmates at Rocori High School in 2003, a judge ruled Tuesday,
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
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.
With renewed attention to American laws governing firearms, Minnesota has its own rules. Gun shop owners must comply with the regulations.
A Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources bat expert believes it is not a matter of if, but when White-Nose Syndrome - a plague that has killed millions of the flying mammals in eastern North America - will arrive in the state.
Forget the resume. Background checks are going cyber. Chances are your potential employer is logging on to Facebook to check you out. And