Kyle Rudolph Plans To Wear Special Cleats In Next Week’s GameThe shoes were designed by a well-known shoe artist named Dan Gamache.
Flash Mob Dance Surprises Children With Leukemia, LymphomaThe message at the flash mob was simple: "No One Fights Alone."
Vikings’ Rudolph Opens ‘End Zone’ At U’s Masonic Children’s HospitalA Minnesota Vikings player known for his toughness on the field was a softy at the opening of a new area he spearheaded at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.
Wild's Zucker Raising Funds For Broadcast Studio In Masonic Children's HospitalThe Zucker Family Suite and Broadcast Studio will be a space for patients and their families to feel like they are escaping the hospital.
Mall Of America Hosts Birthday Party At U's Masonic Children's HospitalThe Mall of America celebrated 25 years with a party for patients and family at the Masonic Children's Hospital.
Kylie's Kids: Meet MeadowNurses let her practice a few skills, because Meadow wants to be a nurse when she grows up.
MDH Changes Measles Guidelines; 44 Cases ConfirmedNew numbers from the Minnesota Department of Health show the measles outbreak in the state is growing.
Kylie's Kids: Lennon's First SnowSix-year-old Lennon from Houston, Texas had never seen snow. So, Friday was a bright spot during a bone marrow transplant and treatment.
Healing Through Photos: Gallery Night At Masonic Children's HospitalSomething new at a Twin Cities hospital: A photo project showing us that even through life's toughest times, happy moments exist.
Kylie’s Kids: Meet KealyStarting high school can be nerve wracking as it is, but imagine starting your freshman year while battling cancer.
Kylie's Kids: Ava And AudreyThere is some incredible research and groundbreaking treatments happening at Masonic Children's Hospital, one of which is a new treatment for leukemia. The first person to receive that treatment was this week's Kylie's Kid, 7-year-old Ava.
Kylie's Kids: 2-Year-Old Elisa Battling Rare Skin ConditionThere is only one place in the world treating a rare skin condition known as E-B, and that's right here in Minneapolis. The University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital is doing bone marrow transplants to help children whose skin isn't attached to their bodies. They live with painful blisters all over their skin.
Kylie's Kids: Meet AntonAnton is a charming 5-year-old spending about six months in Minnesota to receive a bone marrow transplant at Masonic Children's Hospital. He was born with a rare skin tissue disorder, epidermolysis bullosa. His whole family traveled from Texas to Minnesota to be with him during the treatment.
U Of M Children's Hospital Announces $5 Million Wilf GiftMinnesota Vikings owners Zygi Wilf and Mark Wilf have given $5 million from their family foundation to fund education, communication and technology initiatives at an area children's hospital.
U Of M Children's Hospital Renamed For Largest DonorThe University of Minnesota is saying "thank you" for a big donation. The U announced Tuesday it is renaming its to honor the single largest donor to the university. In a few weeks, the words at the top of the building will read "University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital."