Jack Jablonski, the high school hockey player who was injured during a game three years ago, has made remarkable progress since the paralyzing hit on the ice. Saturday, he joined 15 other patients with spinal cord injuries at Courage Kenny for the “Walk to Victory over Paralysis.”
March is Women’s History Month, a chance to highlight the contributions of women to history and contemporary society. Within that, it’s also Catholic Sisters Week, which is a new addition to this month’s celebrations.
When Ezekiel works on origami, it’s hard to think of him as anything other than patient and polite.
A Minnesota mom says she’s suing two major insurance companies for not providing her son with the care he needs.
Over the last few months, WCCO has shared plenty of stories about kids whose lives have been changed because of Washburn Center for Children. But now we’re focusing on one of the people who does the changing.
A girl scarred by unspeakable horrors in her home country of Colombia is now telling her story. It’s all thanks to an innovative therapy helped her heal – and regain memories of her lost father.
The first day of school is fun for some and daunting for others. When fears and anxiety get in the way of learning, Eden Prairie schools have extra people to help.
The boy who survived a sailboat accident that took the lives of his two brothers is now taking another step forward in his recovery.
A Twin Cities woman loved the feeling of something weighted on her body, kind of like an X-ray shield, and decided to develop a blanket just like it.
When Sally Thayer was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, she picked up a paintbrush.
Esme fills in for John tonight and starts with a fairly complex topic. The Chilean miners have been brought to the surface. What ordeal did they go through being trapped for two-plus months? Plus, two […]