100-Year-Old Veteran Recalls Battles Of WWIIAnderson had just been drafted into the Army in the early years of World War Two. He did his basic training in Texas and shipped to England aboard the Queen Mary.
Hundreds Gather At State Veterans Day ProgramThe state of Minnesota's official Veterans Day ceremony was held in Inver Grove Heights Monday morning.
High School Students Bringing Power To Kenyan RefugeesThe curriculum helps schools around the country teach electrical engineering principles while making solar suitcases for places in need.
Trade War's Tariffs Costing Minnesota-Owned Manufacturers Profits, BusinessAccording to the advocacy group, Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, Minnesota businesses have paid an extra $704 million in import taxes on products subject to the Trump Administration tariffs. That includes $72 million just in September.
Preventing Ice Dams Begins NowInstead of melting away their ice dams, Steve Kuhl is helping homeowners prevent them.
DNR Spreads The Word On New CWD RegulationsWildlife managers say they're close to rounding up enough trash bins to dispose of deer carcasses in zones of Minnesota where they're trying to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Children's Theatre Company Settles Remaining Sex Abuse LawsuitsNine remaining lawsuits filed by former students who say they were abused by employees of the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis decades ago have reached settlements.
New Rules In Place To Prevent The Spread Of Chronic Wasting Disease In MN's DeerWith new rules in place to help combat the deadly disease, a major hauler says it won't take the waste for fear of liability.
St. Cloud Electrolux Employees Prepare To Punch The Clock For Last TimeFor decades, the factory that anchored St. Cloud's west side was a weekly paycheck for hundreds of local workers.
New Procedure Aims To Lower Risk Of Further Strokes In PatientsTrans Carotid Artery Revascularization reverses the artery's blood flow during the procedure. That prevents bits of plaque flowing to the brain as a stent is put in place.
Man, 76, Miraculously Survives Paynesville Home ExplosionSafety experts say it's rare not to smell natural gas prior to an explosion. They caution anyone who does, to leave a dwelling immediately and call 911.
Lake Shamineau Residents Have Reason To Fear More RainfallOver the past decade, residents have witnessed shoreline disappear as lake levels keep rising.
This Old Horse In Need Of Barn FaceliftYou might call it assisted living for unwanted or neglected horses. That's the mission for the non-profit rescue, This Old Horse.
Progress Made Towards Emergency Insulin LegislationFinger-pointing from both sides over a stalled emergency insulin bill produced a minor breakthrough Friday at the state capitol.
Governor Walz Presses Lawmakers For Insulin CompromiseAt a morning news conference at the state capitol, Governor Tim Walz explained, "the deal has not come together. The uncertainty has gone on too long and insulin is not optional."