'Rock The Red Kettle' Campaign Kicks Off The Search For GreenThe Salvation Army kicked off the holiday season with its "Rock the Red Kettle" Campaign on Saturday as hundreds of bell ringers set up at Cub Food Stores throughout the Twin Cities. The Salvation Army is looking to raise more than $10 million this season, and in order to reach that goal, Commander Jeff Strickler said they will need a lot more volunteers. "We have 120,000 hours to fill with volunteer bell ringers, so we can use all the help we can get from people," Strickler said. Whether it’s a couple of hours or a few dollars donated, Strickler said it all adds up.
Police: Help ID These Armed Robbery SuspectsMinneapolis police and Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's help in solving a June armed robbery, offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information. Authorities said at 10 p.m. on June 23, 2013, an adult female was robbed at gunpoint on the 4200 block of Linden Hills Boulevard. Just 20 minutes afterward, a white female went to the Super America at East Lake Street and purchased $300 worth of gift cards with the victim's credit card.
Breck Teen Overcomes Anorexia, Now Leading A Fundraising WalkAt the Mall of America this Sunday, hundreds will take part in a walk to raise money and awareness for the National Eating Disorders Association or NEDA. One of those walking will be 14-year-old Addie Gleekel who, for the past four years, has battled anorexia. Addie is still recovering from the illness, but wanted to share her story to help other teens and families.