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Nurses To Take Vote Monday On Allina Proposal
A date has been set for a vote amid the ongoing strike involving Allina Health and its nurses, one which could mean an end to the nearly four-week strike.
Good Question: How Much Coffee Do We Drink?
Thursday is National Coffee Day, which made us wonder: how much of it do we really drink?
Klobuchar Pushes Justice Dept. To Investigate EpiPen Maker
United States Sen. Amy Klobuchar is calling for the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate Mylan Pharmaceuticals, the company responsible for producing the EpiPen.
KFAN Host Among Those Infected In Legionnaires' Outbreak
There are now 20 confirmed cases of Legionnaires' Disease in the Twin Cities, and everyone who has tested positive has lived, worked or visited the city of Hopkins.
North Dakota Among 9 States Considering Legalizing Marijuana
From California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana. Collectively, the ballot measures amount to the...
3 More Confirmed Cases Brings Legionnaires' Outbreak To 20
The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed three more cases of Legionnaires' disease related to the outbreak in Hopkins, bringing the total to 20 cases.
Kylie's Kids: Meet Jace
Back to school is a time for excitement, new beginnings, new lessons. One metro school got an extra lesson about cancer this year. When Kylie's Kid, Jace, started first grade, his parents wanted to make sure all his friends understood why he looked a...
Study: Regular Date Nights Help Create Successful Marriages
Date nights may be the key to a successful relationship. A new study by British researchers found that splitting up is 14 percent less likely if married couples find time to go out on a date once a month.
Fundraising Walk Raises Money For Children With Apraxia Of Speech
A fundraising walk took place on Sunday to raise money for children with apraxia of speech.
MDH: Hopkins Legionnaires' Disease Cases Hits 17
The number of confirmed cases in the Hopkins-associated outbreak of Legionnaires' disease has reached 17, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
A Safe Way To Dispose Of Prescription Drugs At Home
The safe disposal of drugs not only prevents others from swiping bottles from home medicine cabinets, but it also protects the environment.
MDH: 1 Dead, 14 Ill From Hopkins Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak
The Legionnaire's disease outbreak connected to Hopkins has claimed a life, and is now up to 14 confirmed cases.
Life Story: Sawyer Woods
Last week, a Twin Cities family had to say good-bye to their 14-year-old daughter. We talked with her mother, Martie Woods Godich.
Minimally-Invasive 'Urolift' Procedure A New Option For Men With Enlarged Prostates
Experts say as men age, their prostate gland can become enlarged and affects how often they have to go to the bathroom, among other disruptions. Now, there’s a newer in-office procedure being offered in Minnesota to relieve the symptoms.
Federal Money Aims To Tackle Minnesota Opioid Abuse Problem
Federal money is reportedly coming in to help Minnesota tackle a growing opioid abuse problem.
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