Health Care Deal Could Spare Major MinnesotaCare Cuts A brewing compromise in the U.S. Senate to shore up health insurance markets could roll back massive cuts to federal funding for Minnesota's health care program for the working poor.
#IWishYouKnew Campaign Launches On Social MediaOctober marks the 30th Anniversary of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and a local advocacy agency is expanding its efforts to help survivors in all corners of the metro.
Parents Question Twin Cities Dentist's Alarming DiagnosesTaking a child to the dentist can be stressful enough, but one Twin Cities dentist is accused of doing unnecessary dental work on kids to cash in.
After Raid, Twin Cities K2 Overdoses Leveling OffIt comes after police raid in a Twin Cities hotel from a tip about someone selling the synthetic drug.
The Legacy Of An NFL Player-Turned North Mpls. DentistA north Minneapolis dentist and former NFL star was committed for decades to make sure those families had access to quality care.
Richfield H.S. Student With Cerebral Palsy Uses iPad To CommunicateThere's an app for just about everything now. From social media to games, it's changed the way we communicate. And that couldn't be truer for this week's Kylies Kid.
‘Wonderful Physical Stuff’: The Joys Of Laughter Yoga"Our bodies don't know the difference if we're genuinely laughing or we fake it. What happens either way is this wonderful physical stuff."
Analysis: Pro-Trump States Most Affected By His Health Care DecisionTrump's decision to end a provision of the Affordable Care Act risks harming some of the very people who helped him win the presidency.
Fmr. NFL Star, Renowned Neurosurgeon Partner For 'Super Brain 2018'Hennepin County Medical Center is teaming with the NFL Alumni group to hold an event during that time called Super Brain 2018.
Minn. Nonprofit Celebrates 15 Years Of Helping Those Affected By Breast CancerMinnesota-based nonprofit Hope Chest for Breast Cancer is celebrating 15 years of helping families with many basic needs.
Parents Push For Medical Marijuana Program To Include AutismMedical pot has been legal in Minnesota for more than two years, treating thousands of people and the panel in charge of overseeing the program will consider adding new conditions and diseases to the list.
S.D. VA Hospital To Again Allow '40s Pin-Up VolunteersThe pin-up volunteers have visited more than 60 hospitals.

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