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.
Ovarian Cancer Walk Draws 3,500 PeopleMore than 3,500 people took part in one of Minnesota's biggest races Saturday.
Report: Sam Mitchell Taking Over As Timberwolves Interim Head CoachAbout a month after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, it appears Timberwolves coach Flip Saunders will be at least temporarily stepping away from the sideline at Target Center.
Minnesota To Reap $1.2M In Settlement With DrugmakerMinnesota's share of a $71 million multistate settlement with biotech drugmaker Amgen tops $1.2 million. The deal to end an investigation into illegal marketing of two drugs made by the company was announced earlier this week. Court papers filed in Minnesota say the state's portion will go toward individuals who experienced harm, administrative costs and the general treasury if any is left.
Twin Cities Couple Plans For Having Kids After CancerA Twin Cities couple is talking about something very personal -- infertility. Scott Trenda and his wife, Alexis, have a menagerie of adopted and fostered dogs. "They're the fur kids, they're fur beasts," Alexis said. "They know it and they're spoiled."
Kylie's Kids: Update On JojoWe have some of the best Children's Hospitals in the country right here in the Twin Cities. Each Monday, we like to share some the remarkable stories of the patients, and once in a while offer some special updates.
Jimmy Carter Says He Has Cancer, Revealed By Recent SurgeryFormer U.S. President Jimmy Carter says he has cancer and will undergo treatment at an Atlanta hospital. Carter announced the diagnosis in a statement from the Carter Center on Wednesday afternoon.
Good Question: Why Are Some Cancers More Deadly Than Others?Why are some forms of cancer so much more deadly than others? Good Question.
State Rep. David Dill Dies After Battle With CancerState Rep. David Dill, who represented northeastern Minnesota, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 60 years old.