They say all the world's a stage. For three former stage managers they've found a new one coordinating COVID-19 vaccinations at MOA.
Since the start of the pandemic, Minnesota has lost more than 7,000 lives to COVID-19, as the pandemic has hit the state hard. In January, doctors thought Chris Tabor would be among that death toll. So much so, they called his family in to visit for a chance say goodbye.
In the age of social distancing, a pair of grandparents are using social media to break up the boredom of quarantine.
On the 1200 block of Summit Avenue, a popular winter attraction has returned. Standing more than eight feet tall, the "Ice Curtain" is the third installment in a series of ice sculptures.
A soup kitchen in Minneapolis' Seward neighborhood is proving a little can go a long way, even in a pandemic.
Despite the extreme cold in Minnesota, a group of dedicated individuals is braving the freezing temps to not only make sure they are fed but also that they are healthy.
It has been nearly one year now since the coronavirus pandemic locked down nursing homes. Residents are often stuck inside their rooms and their loved ones aren’t allowed to visit. That’s why one Fairfax County woman is using handmade cards to spread love and joy to seniors.
A security camera caught a school custodian making a backward half-court shot Feb. 4 before students and staff arrived for the day.
Going out on Friday nights hasn’t happened for a lot of people since pre-pandemic. But a well-known Twin Cities entertainer is proof the show must go on.
A group of seniors in Mendota Heights, Minnesota are not letting cold temperatures or a pandemic get in the way of their passion for pickleball.
Local organizations are teaming up to give "Hope Totes" to kids attending Sojourner Truth Academy in Minneapolis.
The singer plans to continue to help families hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A little girl in Victoria, Minnesota got an incredible gift for the holidays on Saturday when she got a special visit from Santa Claus.
With the Como Zoo closed once again due to the COVID-19 pandemic, zookeepers have been letting some of the animals roam around the conservatory.
A Chicago couple used their money saved for a catered reception for their wedding to feed the needy for Thanksgiving.
The grocery store at Linda Tutt High School doesn’t accept cash. It operates on a point system, where students can earn points for good deeds.
An adorable Halloween-themed game of peekaboo reveals the cutest and furriest surprises.
Opening up a box from Honolulu, Rebecca Jorgenson Sundquist is thankful for each and every piece of winter gear her nonprofit receives.
For one veteran, this was one of his most memorable birthdays ever.
When times get tough, some people just want to help. That's what Crystal Alvarez is doing for her neighbors in Chanhassen.