Some special kids at Children’s Hospital got a very special treat — a visit with Santa all the way from the North Pole.
The Minnesota Vikings are donating $440,000 to medical programs aimed at helping children in Minnesota.
It’s an inspirational story of a Minnesota teen who started a program to award trophies to children who have completed cancer treatment.
After a tour of duty in Vietnam, Larry Johnson started making good use out of his degree in broadcasting from the University of Minnesota.
Parents from around the world come to Minnesota seeking treatment for their sick children. Thanks to new technology, their families back home don’t have to feel so far away.
A 4 year-old child with leukemia joined U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, pharmacists and others on Friday in calling attention to a record shortage of vital medicines for cancer and other diseases.
The familiar crisp white shirt and skinny black tie uniforms of the Geek Squad are making a presence and leaving an impact on the patients and families at Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis.