Sidelined by a sniffle? The red flags parents should be watching for

As families begin a new school year with COVID-19, a simple sniffle could create a major headache at home -- should you be sending your child to school if they have a runny nose or a cough? It's a daily battle for some parents. Dr. Andrea Singh, a pediatrician from the Park Nicollet Clinic, joined the Buzz with advice for families.

Ready to race: Pro Motocross returns to Minnesota for Championship

Minnesota sports fans can enjoy a professional competition in person this weekend. Some of the best motocross riders in the world are coming to town for the 38th annual Spring Creek National in Millville. President of MX Sports Pro Racing Davey Coombs joined the FOX 9 Morning News with a look at how they're racing with safety in mind amid COVID-19.

Missing Grace Foundation hosting annual Hope & Hearts Run virtually

The Missing Grace Foundation helps support families as they cope with the loss of an infant or pregnancy. On Saturday the organization will host its 15th Annual Hope & Hearts Run, but they'll do it virtually. Executive director Candy McVicar joined the Buzz with how you can get involved, and more on her new book.

Fighting childhood cancer - how you can support LLS in their mission to find cures

The FOX 9 Buzz is partnering with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help raise funds to cure blood cancers. A big focus for LLS right now is taking on pediatric cancers. Abby Breyfogle joined the Buzz with more on her family's story of tragedy and triumphant, and how you can join the fight through next month's Light the Night virtual event.

Walk & Roll going virtual to help support families at Gillette Children's

It was a Christmas miracle for one family in Waconia -- their son Trevor was back on his feet after nearly losing his life to a ruptured brain aneurysm. We spoke to Trevor's mom Josie about the family's experiences at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare ahead of Saturday's Virtual Walk & Roll Family Fun Day. The virtual event will help raise money for families who have complex medical issues and injuries.

Back to School 2020: MN Teacher of the year finalist on the challenges of a new year

Tuesday is the traditional start to the school year in Minnesota, but it will be anything but normal. Districts across the state will welcome back students using a variety of methods, and for teachers, that means adapting to quick changes. Minnesota Teacher of the Year finalist and Pine City High School English teacher, Ryan Larson, joined us with more on Back to School Eve.