American Red Cross
When disaster strikes, the American Red Cross are the first ones on the ground. Recently, volunteers from the metro were called to help during Superstorm Sandy.
The Vikings and the team’s owners pledged Friday to donate $100,000 to support recovery efforts on the East Coast, devastated by superstorm Sandy.
They’re helping assist with people affected by the massive storm, but will it cost them their vote? One worker heading to West Virginia says yes.
The American Red Cross is asking for increased blood donations in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
A house fire in St. Paul displaced two adults and two children Monday afternoon, according to the American Red Cross.
As many as 10 people are temporarily displaced after a house fire in Brooklyn Park Tuesday morning, authorities said.
Officials with the American Red Cross said Monday they are urging anybody who can to donate blood.
At least one family is displaced from its residence after an apartment fire in Robbinsdale early Sunday morning.
A 20-year-old Bloomington woman wants to make it mandatory that all high school students learn CPR before they graduate.
Three adults and two children managed to get out safely after a house fire broke out in St. Paul early Saturday morning.
A St. Paul woman reached a major milestone for helping others: 100 gallons of donated blood.
Authorities are investigating after a home in north Minneapolis and a home in south Minneapolis were each damaged by fire overnight.
Fire crews were called to the 700 block of 7th Avenue in South St. Paul at about 3 a.m. When authorities arrived, they saw that a single family home had a fire that apparently started in a bedroom.
After 94 years, the American Red Cross in Waseca is closing its doors as part of a nationwide cost-cutting strategy.
The American Red Cross is closing the emergency shelter that opened for victims of the deadly tornado that struck north Minneapolis on May 22.