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Eagle View 2nd graders find a hot question for Stump the Weather Guy

8:46 AM, Mar 23, 2011

With an eye on spring's severe weather potential, Mrs. Edberg's 2nd graders at Eagle View Elementary in Elko-New Market have

Eagle View kindergartners get the last word on snow

10:54 AM, Mar 16, 2011

The snow could be gone by the end of the week.  The brownish piles of crust barely resemble the fluffy white stuff that started

Harriet Bishop 6th graders try to Stump the Weather Guy

7:47 AM, Mar 9, 2011

While mother nature isn't cooperating this week, this is the time of year when snow starts turning into rain. 

Harriet Bishop 5th graders take measure of Jonathan Yuhas

9:24 AM, Mar 2, 2011

On the heels of our 9th snowiest February for the Twin Cities, hydrologists are now keeping an eye on the water content of all that snow.

Sojourner Truth second graders go back to basics for Stump the Weather Guy

12:40 PM, Feb 22, 2011

Sometimes we take things for granted.  In Minnesota, we don't take the weather for granted, but sometimes we don't think a lot

Sojourner Truth Academy 4th graders try to Stump the Weather Guy

10:51 AM, Feb 16, 2011

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Jonathan Yuhas is among the weather experts out there who speculate our active winter weather could lead to an active spring pattern with more severe weather than normal.

Chaska Elementary 4th graders are looking for big snow

9:20 AM, Feb 2, 2011

CHASKA, Minn -- Another dumping of snow this week brought grumbles from commuters, and joy for skiers and snow-boarders.

What's a derecho? Chaska first graders hope Jon knows

8:10 AM, Jan 26, 2011

Ms. Kennedi's first graders at Chaska Elementary know Minnesota weather holds many surprises.

The clouds gather as Chaska kindergartners try to stump Jonathan

9:11 AM, Jan 19, 2011

Minnesota is nearing record snowfall totals for the season, but Mrs. Johnson's kindergartners at Chaska Elementary already have their

Presentation 8th graders try to Stump the Weather Guy

8:23 AM, Jan 12, 2011

We're seeing a lot of water this season in the form of snowfall.  This summer, we'll notice the water content in the air when we

Father Erickson had troubled life

On Monday, a Wisconsin judge ruled that there was sufficient evidence to suggest that Father Ryan Erickson was the person who killed two

9:36 PM, Oct 4, 2005

Tim's Top 11 most underrated love songs

Has it really been two months since my last (and only other) blog entry? Well, then, let's get cracking. As you're about to see, I'm not

2:53 PM, Feb 11, 2011

Humboldt senior breaks stereotypes in her quest for academic success

Humboldt Senior Nicole White knows first-hand that one can get side-tracked on the journey through high school.

6:44 PM, Jan 5, 2009

Police raid suspected meth house, only find fish tank

Brooklyn Park police were looking for a meth lab, but they found a fish tank and the chemicals needed to maintain it.

3:25 PM, Apr 29, 2008

Andover cross country carries wounded competitor to help

A high school cross-country runner will be honored for helping an injured competitor during a race.  Josh Ripley, an Andover High School junior , was competing at a Lakeville race last week

10:23 PM, Sep 23, 2011

Sven Sundgaard

When KARE 11 Sunrise meteorologist Sven Sundgaard joined the the weather team in March 2006, he already knew his way around the office.

2:40 PM, Jan 25, 2011

Minnesota ranks 36th of 50 states in obesity

The annual study that ranks U.S. states by obesity of residents puts Minnesota 36th of 50 states.

9:21 AM, Aug 20, 2013

Minnesota gun laws a mystery to many

With renewed attention to American laws governing firearms, Minnesota has its own rules. Gun shop owners must comply with the regulations.

5:16 PM, Jul 23, 2012

Auto insurers dub hail storm a 'catastrophe'

Several auto insurance companies have declared this storm a "catastrophe," a category based on the number of claims being filed.

6:16 AM, Aug 13, 2013

Minnesota: A human trafficking battleground

The statistics are startling. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has estimated that about 100,000 American children, with an average age between 12 and 14, are drawn into prostitution each year.

12:14 AM, Feb 16, 2012

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