'It's A Violation': Thieves Steal Trailer From Man In WheelchairA Salvation Army dispatcher wants the thieves who stole his trailer to do the right thing and return his property.
Minnesota Salvation Army Ready To Respond To Hurricane MatthewAbout 50 volunteers with the Salvation Army have been trained in emergency response, and will head east when they get the call.
Communities Pulling Together To Help Those At Risk From HeatOn the hottest day of the year, the high temperatures are bringing out the best in some people.
Man Attacked With Scalding Coffee In Salvation Army Line ArgumentA 61-year-old man is in custody after allegedly attacking a man with scolding coffee in a Salvation Army line Wednesday morning.
4 Things To Know: Bitter Cold, Turkey Bombing, SOTU, And Pennies & NickelsFrom the bitter cold gripping the state of Minnesota to the bombing in Istanbul that left 10 dead, here is a look at the top four stories for Jan. 12, 2016.
Salvation Army Opens Doors To Homeless During Winter's Bitter ColdWhen the temperature drops below 10 degrees, the Salvation Army opens up warming centers as a refuge from the cold. It's what’s being done to protect the most vulnerable from the cold.
Minneapolis Man Spends Nights Handing Out Thousands Of Sandwiches To HomelessA short, online documentary about Allan Law and his one man charity, Minneapolis Recreation Development, has gone viral. He's been giving out sandwiches and other essentials on the streets for years.
Charities In Need As N.D. Oil Industry SlidesThousands of layoffs from the oil industry's slide have taken a toll on donations in western North Dakota's oil patch, just as charities say their need is increasing.
Weekend Donations To Salvation Army To Be Triple-MatchedAs the holiday season nears its end, the Salvation Army says donations to the organization this weekend will be tripled.
$500K Check Donated To Salvation Army KettleThis is one check the Salvation Army is counting on to clear. Salvation Army officials in Minnesota and North Dakota say a couple dropped a $500,000 check into a red kettle outside a Cub Foods in suburban Minneapolis on Saturday.
Salvation Army: Red Kettle Donations Down By $500KA well-known holiday fundraising campaign is off to a slow start. The Salvation Army says kettles donations are running about a $500,000 behind from year's past.
Salvation Army Hosts 30th Annual Coats for Kids DriveDespite a warm fall so far temperatures will drop eventually, and coats and other winter gear will be soon be a must have. But imagine not being able to afford these Minnesota essentials? That's where the Salvation Army comes in.