This holiday season, how about giving the gift of healthy living! Fitness expert Chris Freytag shared these eight ideas of some fun and trendy gifts this year
Fitness experts regularly say that physical activity is key to our overall health but putting together a regular exercise routine can be a daunting task.
It's active aging week, and the theme this year is Discover Your Community. It recognizes the important role that older adults play in all sorts of communities.
A lot of us look for a workout that really pushes us, or leaves us on the ropes, literally.
There's a new trend popping up in gyms and sporting goods, that's really not so new. Sandbag training has been around for a quite sometime, but it's becoming more popular again in recent years.
Everyone knows they should be working out to stay healthy. But sometimes it's hard to get motivated to get up and exercise by yourself.
Too often when grabbing a snack, it's the unhealthy stuff that finds its way into our hands. That's especially the case on road trips.
A glistening Medicine Lake beckons swimmers, boaters and, increasingly, stand up paddleboarders.
A constant flow of produce trucks, and the steady hum of customers talking to vendors means the Minneapolis Farmers Market is now in full swing.
One of the benefits of summer's nice weather is you can take your workouts outside. It doesn't have to take a lot of your time, either.
We're well into summer now, and that means swimsuits are a key staple to many people's wardrobes as they hit the beach, to beat the heat.
June is Men's Health Month which is the perfect opportunity to discuss and inform men of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most
With renewed attention to American laws governing firearms, Minnesota has its own rules. Gun shop owners must comply with the regulations.
A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.
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.
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
Playing any sport comes with risks. A wrong move, an unexpected collision, or hard fall can change an athlete's life forever.
There's a sure sign of spring located high in a tree, just west of the Twin Cities. And, the Minnesota Bound Eagle Cam is giving us all the perfect view.
Hailing from small town southern Illinois, Jana is learning a whole new meaning of "winter" here in the Twin Cities. Jana began reporting for KARE 11 in December of 2003, just in time for the temperatures to fall below her idea of freezing. But, she's excited about the opportunities to live and learn here in the north.
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn.-- Executive Chef Paul Lynch of FireLake Grill House joined us this morning with his recipe for Standint Rib Roast.
The mother of a boy accidentally killed by his father in a hunting accident spoke to KARE 11 via email. Amber Klaseus
Blake McCoy joined KARE 11 as weekend anchor and reporter in 2012.