Head chef Zoraida Marquez from General Store Café & Bistro joins
KARE in the kitchen Saturday morning to share a tasty recipe.
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Need some New Year's feast inspiration? Check out what the chefs of Borough have planned and you might want to leave the ...
Adam Scher, Senior Curator at the Minnesota Historical Society, came on
KARE Saturday to share some interesting information about the ...
The Christmas trees look great at Pahl's Garden Market in Apple Valley. The varieties are plentiful and they are fresh and ...
If you have a student who's starting to sort through the maze of applying to college you know how complicated and expensive it can get.
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 ...
A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.
Family members have identified the woman fatally stabbed in Shakopee Tuesday morning, a criminal act that led to the
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It's kind-of like Legos for grown men. Four guys are sorting through bricks at Historic Murphy's Landing in Shakopee, finding
A Hugo meat market just may have discovered the next "big thing" when it comes to what to cook up on your grill.
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
Minnesota Republican leaders are accusing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton of avoiding state income taxes with trust funds located outside the state
Great ideas can come from the smallest of notions. Bruno Silikowski's light-bulb moment arrived when he pulled in his driveway and found one of his kids using his Porsche as a bicycle kickstand. "And I said 'that is it; we've got to do something.'"
Twenty-five-year-old Lazarus Marshall pleaded guilty to second-degree intentional murder.
John Croman's reporting has garnered numerous regional Emmys and Associated Press awards. He joined KARE 11 in December of 1997 after stops in Phoenix, Omaha and Lawrence, Kansas.
Mysterious concrete structures in Dakota County are ghosts of a nation at war six decades ago.