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Residents of a Roseville apartment complex are regrouping after a hot burning fire chased them from their homes Thursday night.
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.
When the odds are one in a million, everything is wrong when those odds are beaten.
Injured people have something new to lean on thanks to a Minnesota inventor. Jeff Weber, a native of Fairmont, designed a new kind of crutch called Mobilegs.
St. John's Abbey has released an updated list of monks "who likely have offended against minors."
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
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.
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
When KARE 11 Sunrise meteorologist Sven Sundgaard joined the the weather team in March 2006, he already knew his way around the office.
A new craze with kids has craft stores across the nation scrambling to keep rubber bands stocked on their shelves.
Belinda obtained her AMS Seal of Approval for broadcast meteorology and has worked for the National Weather Service.
It's estimated one out of every 15 Americans has moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea.
A new urgent care is open in the Twin Cities. But this one is for mental health.
Throwing out W.C Fields' advice to "never work with children or animals," the KARE11 Sunrise crew welcomed Jiff, a precocious pomeranian, to the set.
Laura joined the KARE 11 weather team in February 2012. Previously she worked in Lima, Ohio at WLIO as the morning meteorologist. She has also worked in radio and with the American Heart Association.
Snow plow crews will once again head out in full force across the Twin Cities to prepare for the Monday morning commute. The biggest challenge isn't snow, but the cold.
Straw bale gardening is a fun new way of growing vegetables and it turns out the pioneer is right here in the Twin Cities. Joel Karsten has been working on this concept for over a decade and it is amazing how well it works.