Several years ago on vacation in New York I stopped to pick up some prints at a photo store.
Doug Hood is a Mankato businessman, and a friend of Todd Hoffner. “We are elated,” Hood said.
The whole family can check out trains together this holiday season. It’s at the Twin City Model Railroad Museum at Bandana Square in St. Paul.
The day before the long holiday weekend, WCCO visited the first-graders at Battle Creek Environmental Magnet School to learn what they’re thankful for this holiday season.
Sitting in a chair in his living room, Mark Weber talks about the words and letters he always intended to write to future grandchildren. Now, at the age of 41, he is contemplating his family’s life without him.
A new study suggests moms who get sick with the flu or fever while pregnant may have an increased risk of having a child with autism.
Spring and summer sports are now long gone for kids. One of the toughest things about winters is keeping kids active, especially in cold weather.
New research shows many kids will outgrow their allergy to a common food — eggs. More than half of all kids who are allergic to eggs will outgrow the problem by age 7.
Two new studies are reminding parents that getting children vaccinated for the flu can save lives.
There’s a program at a Twin Cities hospital that’s helping kids cope with the pain.
An Apple Valley woman has been charged with malicious punishment of a child, assault and neglect after police say she and her boyfriend abused a 2-year-old to the point of being partially paralyzed.
For children in the poorest regions of Africa, not only do they walk miles for an education, they do it barefoot. That’s why a father and son in Blaine are putting together a shoe drive they hope will generate hundreds of pairs of shoes and socks for kids in the Congo, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
It’s back to school for a lot of kids, and it’s important to make sure they’re eating healthy away from the home. Natalie Kane talked with chef Jeff Cruise from Life Cafe at Life Time Fitness for quick and healthy meal ideas.
The first day of school is always hectic for students, but it became hectic in St. Paul for parents, too. Dozens of bus routes were 20 minutes late or more in the morning and then again later in the afternoon.
It’s back to school for a lot of kids, and it’s important to make sure they’re eating healthy away from the home. Breakfast is one of the most important parts of the day, so make sure to get a good start there.
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