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Simply Science: Pervious Concrete

5:33 PM, Apr 4, 2013

Concrete contributes to water run-off, which affects both water quality and water quantity. But there is a sustainable option called "porous concrete."

Simply Science: Is your egg fresh or ready for the trash?

5:18 PM, Mar 28, 2013

The Kitchen Pantry Scientist shares a trick to tell if your eggs are fresh or too old, and the Saint Paul Hotel's chef shares his recipe for the perfect hard-boiled egg.

Simply Science: looking to the birds for signs of spring

5:44 PM, Mar 21, 2013

Even though it doesn't feel like it spring is here. And just like the warm weather the birds are running late this year.

Simply Science: Slow motion analysis with 'Dartfish'

6:58 PM, Mar 7, 2013

Nearly all the world's elite skaters use it and now some Olympic hopefuls in the Twin Cities do as well. Haley Briesch is a dedicated 11-year-old figure skater and an Upper Great Lakes Regional Champion.

Minnehaha Academy experiment blasts into Space

10:45 AM, Mar 1, 2013

Don't blame 16 Minnehaha Academy students if their heads are in the clouds the next few days.

Simply Science: Mahtomedi Science Bowl team is tops

7:24 PM, Feb 28, 2013

It was a long day that finally paid off for five members of the Mahtomedi Science Bowl team.

Simply Science: 3D printing and the URBEE 2 car

6:51 PM, Feb 21, 2013

When we click print, we expect paper with ink as the result but here at "RedEye On Demand" in Eden Prairie -- you get something much different. It's called 3D printing. A computer design is uploaded and the machine determines a path to build the object.

Simply Science: Making your Valentine's Day flowers last

6:23 PM, Feb 15, 2013

Many of us lucky girls and guys received flowers for Valentine's Day... but while the love can last forever, the flowers will not.

Simply Science: Wrinkly Wet Fingers come from Evolution

9:13 PM, Feb 7, 2013

We all know that spending too much time in the pool or bathtub leads to pruney fingers. It's a biological process controlled by our autonomic nervous system, which means it happens automatically without us thinking about it.

Simply Science: Microbiology and Microbrewing

6:32 PM, Jan 31, 2013

There is plenty of science involved in bringing your occasional malted beverage to your lips. Laura Betker follows the process from barley to bottle.

Fire destroys multiple units at Roseville apartment complex

Residents of a Roseville apartment complex are regrouping after a hot burning fire chased them from their homes Thursday night.

8:14 AM, Aug 31, 2012

Rainbow Looms bracelets latest craze for kids

A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.

6:30 PM, Oct 18, 2013

3 new names on St. John's accused monks list

St. John's Abbey has released an updated list of monks "who likely have offended against minors."

11:23 PM, Dec 9, 2013

Minnesota law enforcement tracking cell phones

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 same.

11:42 PM, Dec 9, 2013

Motivation Monday: Workout of the Week #4

This January, KARE 11 Sunrise and Chris Freytag are teaming up for the Work Out of the Week, or W.O.W.

11:28 AM, Jan 28, 2013

Peanut product recalls

The following recalls have been announced:

7:40 AM, Feb 6, 2009

Major meth lab busted in Isanti County

A drug task force served search warrants late Monday and early Tuesday, busting suspects cooking in what they call an active meth lab.

5:56 PM, Oct 19, 2011

Unexpected delivery for MN family brings joy at a time of great sadness

Life, in just a matter of hours can take a mother from her lowest low, to her highest high. Selena Owen, of Clara City, learned that lesson last week.

11:21 PM, Aug 27, 2011

Enjoy freebies from area businesses on your birthday

From free golf to free food, more businesses than ever are offering birthday deals thanks to online birthday clubs and internet coupons.

8:38 PM, Sep 25, 2012

Michelle Laven battles rapid, rare form of brain damage

When the odds are one in a million, everything is wrong when those odds are beaten.

7:37 AM, Apr 18, 2011

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