Christian Bale and Casey Affleck star in this blue-collar drama about two brothers and shattered dreams. But did our critic think it brought the heat or did it needed a little more time in the oven?
USA Today tech writer, Jefferson Graham, joined us via Skype this morning with what consumers say are the essential apps everyone should have.
If you're looking to change jobs or re-entering the workforce, you may need to brush up on your interview skills.
Did our critic adore this Thor sequel or did he find it a bore?
Not only did Seth get married this year, he also kicked off his 13th season on "SNL". He's also gearing up to take over the reigns of NBC's "Late Night".
The second movie, "Catching Fire" hits theaters later this month, but before then, four of the movie's stars are hitting the Mall of America for a big event.
Need some New Year's feast inspiration? Check out what the chefs of Borough have planned and you might want to leave the ...
The Minnesota Department of Transportation's head of emergency management was attending a Harvard University program on terrorist attacks and natural disasters when the
A longtime Twin Cities attorney shot to death in a domestic murder-suicide in Shoreview was remembered as a skilled lawyer and wonderful friends to clients and coworkers alike.
Students wander into a well-lit and inviting space at Mahtomedi High School, pull on white lab coats and log into their laptops.
A new book takes a look at some of the most beautiful and serene gardens of the United States and Canada.
After an award-winning career in New York and overseas, Allen Costantini joined KARE 11 in 1984. He has won national
M.A. Gedney Company is calling all Minnesota pickle-canning hobbyists to participate in the 2008 Gedney-sponsored Minnesota State Fair Canning Contest, which opens for
Pat Evans joined the KARE 11 News team in 1994 and has played many roles during his time here. Currently, he
It may have started as a goofy stunt, but tonight a 30 year old Red Wing area man is in hot water with
A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.
Minnesota's legislative auditor questions a program that has spent $44
million in taxpayer money to promote sustainable forestry on private