It’s a trek that would wear anybody out. The MS 150 ride goes from Duluth to the Twin Cities this weekend and one man racing is not only a double amputee and four-time cancer survivor, but he’s determined to raise money for those affected by multiple sclerosis.
News reports of progress in rehabilitation are encouraging, according to HCMC’s Dr David Hilden.
Police have arrested and charged a suspect Wednesday for robbing a white Pontiac Grand Am right off a Brooklyn Center Cars for Courage lot.
Your weekend could be full of fashion shows, movies on a really big screen and skiing for a great cause. Natalie Kane has her ear to the street and found some cool events you can check out this weekend.
Many teenagers venture into the working world with that first job of mowing lawns. A recent Shakopee High School graduate is growing his own lawn business in a new way and beyond anyone’s expectations.
It may be too early to decide the fate of one local Twins team but for another, the victory has been sealed.
Authorities are looking for a vulnerable adult who was dropped off by a bus in downtown Minneapolis Friday morning and has not been seen since, according to Golden Valley Police.
An estimated 1.2 million Americans have suffered a spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis, according to the Steve and Dana Reeve Foundation. Beyond the statistics, however, the foundation is trying to get some of those people walking again. And a Minnesota teenager is determined to become one of them.
Some military veterans got a chance to try a winter sport for the first time. As part of the St. Paul Winter Carnival, members of the St. Paul Curling Club showed some veterans with disabilities how to curl.
A jammed-packed show starts with a preview of the annual Minnesota tradition…the State Fair. General Manager Jerry Hammer talks about what attractions, shows, and food to expect starting Thursday from the Fairgrounds in Saint Paul. […]