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Minnesota-based Mills Fleet Farm has changed its mind about allowing Salvation Army bell ringers to stand outside their stores.
Three big trucks full of food and essentials for families in need were unloaded on Tuesday in the Twin Cities.
Back-to-school shopping is fun, but also very expensive.
The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center is not just a refuge from the streets. During the current heat wave, it’s where Bryant Devine finds momentary relief from the heat.
A man who met his future wife in Minot 43 years ago and helped battle the Souris River flood of 1969 is back helping out this year’s flood victims.
You don’t have to drive too far from downtown Minneapolis to find several neighborhoods in need following the tornado that hit in May.
The Twin Cities branch of the Salvation Army has set a goal of $1 million to help victims of the north Minneapolis tornado.
Many people are wondering how they can help with the tornado recovery effort. According to officials, donations are needed, not goods.
Minneapolis and St. Paul firefighters are bringing some heat to their food drive challenge with a hot wings eating contest.
A woman died overnight in Minneapolis while she was walking to a homeless shelter.
In the Twin Cities, the Salvation Army houses 900 people every night. The Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless estimates that every night, around 9,000 people in Minnesota experience homelessness. That struggle is all the more a cold reality on Christmas Eve.
Two men accused of stealing a Salvation Army red kettle from outside a Milwaukee Walmart this week have each been fined $363.
To give big means to give bigger the next few days at The Salvation Army. The Twin Cities Salvation army announced that donations made on Dec. 22 and Dec. 23 will be tripled because of a pledge to match up to $1.5 million.
A woman in Hudson, Wis. is on a bell ringing marathon to raise money for the Salvation Army.
A company that makes promotional products such as pens and mugs is shutting down its Janesville manufacturing plant and moving the work to its existing plant in Red Wing, Minn.
3 Way Entertainment, along with Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity are braving the elements to bring about awareness to homelessness.