4 Things To Know: Deals On Veterans Day, Jimmy Carter's Health & MoreFrom a promising update on President Jimmy Carter's condition to deals on Veterans Day, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015.
Studies: Some Meats Increase Cancer Risk, Vegetables Curb Heart AttacksA round of studies released on Monday suggest adding more fruits and vegetables to your meal, and cutting out meats. The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation said Monday that an investigation into coronary artery risk found that an increase in consumption of fruits and vegetables at a young age led to lower coronary artery calcium later in life.
More Details Emerge On Flip Sanders’ Battle With CancerSports fans in Minnesota and players across the country are remembering Timberwolves head coach, president and part owner Flip Saunders, who died on Sunday following a battle with cancer.
Kylie's Kids: Jenayia Takes Care Of Her Family While Fighting CancerCancer treatment doesn't look the same for everyone. Sometimes you're in the hospital for months, while others like Jenayia, just pop in once a month for chemo.
Timberwolves Coach Flip Saunders Dies At 60Flip Saunders, the longtime NBA coach who won more than 650 games in nearly two decades and was trying to rebuild the Minnesota Timberwolves as team president, coach and part owner, died Sunday, the team said. He was 60.
New Guidelines Raise Age For Women To Begin Regular MammogramsNew guidelines say women should start getting mammograms at age 45, not 40. The organization also says it's OK to skip routine manual breast checks by doctors.
Former Sen. Norm Coleman Reveals He Has CancerFormer Sen. Norm Coleman revealed to his followers on Facebook that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer. He said that he has been meeting with oncologists and doctors in the Twin Cities as well as at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
Minnesotans To Meet: The Girls Behind The Guthrie's Scout FinchRight now, at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, you can see "To Kill a Mockingbird" on stage. The play takes place in 1935 in Maycomb, Ala. The story is told through the eyes of Scout, the daughter of Atticus Finch. He is a lawyer representing an African-American man accused of raping a white woman.
New Prague Woman Creates Realistic Wigs For Cancer PatientsCancer is a difficult diagnosis, and treatment often means losing your hair. But a New Prague woman is making sure that women who lose their hair don't lose their style.
Excellent Educator: Principal Melissa Zahn Of Sweeney ElementaryFor this week’s Excellent Educator, we had to get staff other than the principal in on the surprise. That’s because the award went to the principal.
Devoted Hockey Mom Dies After Fight With CancerLynn Acker was fighting cancer and decided to forgo some treatments that would have kept her in the hospital.
Kylie's Kids: Hamza's Battles Tumor With Dreams Of BasketballSo many kids dream of being a professional athlete when they grow up. This week's Kylies Kid has that dream and some pretty sweet moves to back it up.