Isabella Reichenbacher is on a mission to help Anoka's homeless.
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.
It is fully expected that a third grade teacher will educate and nurture her students, but no one imagines that same teacher still doting over her kids ten years later.
The home on the corner lot has a two car garage - and a 500-vehicle basement. Lloyd Laumann, will be the single largest contributor to a Tonka toy museum set to open next month in Mound.
The changes started in 2001 when AGCO, the world's third largest farm equipment manufacturer, bought Ag-Chem, a family owned ...
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.
Investigators revealed new twists Thursday in the shooting death of Bloomington woman, as formal charges were filed against the suspect. And authorities in
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.
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.
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.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has disclosed the names of 34 priests who have been accused of sexually abusing minors.
Upside-down cakes strike the perfect balance between festive and familiar.
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