Twin Cities Live and PANDORA want to recognize nurses who make a difference in the community.
Five Eyewitness News investigative reporter, Farrah Fazal, spent 18 days traveling to Kenya and Somalia for a new series called Hell to Heartland. We get a first look.
Mary Logan who goes by Nurse Kelly has been a nurse for over 60 years. She is 82 years-old and was the head nurse at St. Paul-Ramsey Hospital and Medical Center. She now works at the Ramsey County Adult Detention Center.
It's no secret that when moms get together, they talk. They may chat about everything from what their child did at the breakfast table to the latest deal they found at Target. But topics that include love and loss aren't really discussed on the playground bench.
It was one year ago on April 21st, 2016 when Prince died. To honor is life several events are planned throughout the cities, including the artist's home at Paisley Park in Chanhassen.
TCL's Happy Medium, Jodi Livon, first appeared on our show back in August of 2009. Since then she's become a regular guest, giving audience members rapid readings and taking us along as she communicated with spirits. Jodi stopped by the studio to help us celebrate our 9th birthday and to share a few of her favorite moments on the show.
Elizabeth and Steve share their thoughts on a USA Today article about Facebook researching ways to let you type with your mind. Then Steve took a typing test from typingtest.com.
Earth Day is Saturday, April 22nd and to celebrate Mall of America is release thousands of lady bugs. And we do mean thousands! Try 75,000 lady bugs. Children from Fraser Minnesota and Children's Minnesota are doing the honor.
Saint Thomas Academy Crack Drill Squad is celebrating eighty years. The squad is the longest running high school precision drill team in the state. The squad performs all over the area in parades, at military events and at schools.
Elizabeth chats with Blooma founder Sarah Longacre for her new series called "Wonder Women." She's sitting down with women in our community who have overcome a personal struggle, found their passion and are willing to talk openly and honestly about what's working for them…and what isn't. Sarah says this has been the hardest year of her...