St. Paul Police Seek Public’s Help IDing Man Who Stole Salvation Army KettleSt. Paul police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect who stole a Salvation Army kettle earlier this week.
PRISM Will Hold Emergency Toy Drive Over Lagging Holiday DonationsUntil this year, about 50% of PRISM's toy donations came from Toys for Tots, but last week that partnership ended.
Neighbors Oppose Expansion Of Madison Homeless ShelterA group of neighbors in Madison is appealing a city board's decision to approve expansion of a homeless shelter and allow the development of low-cost housing on the city's east side.
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The Cost Of Doing Good: WCCO Investigates Salvation Army SpendingDonations help the Salvation Army serve the less fortunate around the world. But when the charity built a half-million dollar home for local leaders, some staff members started questioning where the money goes.
Salvation Army Offering Assistance To Federal Workers FridayThe Salvation Army will offer federal workers food assistance, gas vouchers, utility assistance and rent/mortgage assistance at various locations around the Twin Cities Friday.
Police Searching For Man Accused Of Stealing Salvation Army Donation KettleAuthorities are looking for a suspect who they say took the Salvation Army donation kettle from a Cub Foods in Rogers Tuesday.
Wild Fans Donate Coats To Salvation ArmyThe new and gently-used donated coats came from fans who attended the Dec. 11 game against the Montreal Canadians. With a long winter ahead, the coats will be given to adults and children in need.
More Images Of Donation Kettle Thieves ReleasedAuthorities in the north metro have released more images of the thieves caught on surveillance video stealing an iconic Salvation Army donation kettle this week.
Salvation Army Short 4,000 Toys For Kids In NeedFor thousands of families across the metro, the Salvation Army Toy Shop is their only chance to have something under the tree. But just 19 days out from Christmas, their warehouse looks a lot different than usual this year.
Salvation Army Aims To Give 19,000 Toys To Twin Cities KidsRight now a shortage could leave 4,000 kids without presents.