Eleven churches will be part of the effort on February 25. Organizers say five countries in the horn of Africa are going through the worst famine in 60 years.
Winter weather advisory issued as Saturday snow arrives
Not huge totals expected, but any snow will likely impact travel.
Report: Ryan Poles is Vikings' 'top choice' for general manager
Poles was one of two finalists revealed on Friday.
Willis carries shorthanded Gophers to beat Rutgers
The senior scored a career-high 32 points to end a four-game losing streak.
Charges: St. Paul man had sexual contact 'multiple times' with 12-year-old girl
Marcus Steichen, 21, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Charges: Mom killed infant son just weeks after getting him back from foster care
The 10-month-old died in her care in Brooklyn Park last April.
Minnesota's 'frozen potato freeway' closure attracts plenty of comment
It was, let's face it, a very Minnesotan reason for a freeway closure.
U of M fraternity raises money for chef's knee surgery
The GoFundMe has raised around $1,700 of its $5,000 goal.
7 restaurant, bar groups sue Minneapolis over dining vaccine mandate
"Minneapolis bars and restaurants are being used as pawns..." the lawsuit said.
Woman fatally shot in St. Paul's North End neighborhood
It's the fourth homicide so far this year in St. Paul.
Hopkins suffers rare loss to No. 1 ranked Sidwell Friends
The Royals held their own in a battle of the nation's best.
Minnesota group reaches goal to help famine-stricken Horn of Africa
Feed My Starving Children set a goal of sending five million meals to the famine-stricken Horn of Africa. This week, KARE 11 reports they've reached that goal and doubled it.
Two firsts for Council of Churches with one appointment
The Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches promoted Noya Woodrich to executive director. The appointment makes her the first woman and the first American Indian to lead the organization in its 107 year history.
Minnesota church group urges statewide day of prayer for Sikhs
The mass shooting Sunday at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis. has prompted the Minnesota Conference of Churches to call for a statewide day of prayer. The council asked in a statement that Christians on Sunday pray for the victims and their family, take time to learn more about the Sikh religion, and find ways of "standing in solidarity" with the Sikh community.
As drought and famine get worse in Africa, a MN group tries to help
Drought in the Horn of Africa means livestock are dying and crops aren't growing.
African penguins flooded out in North Dakota get new home at Minnesota Zoo
Eleven endangered African penguins had to move after floodwaters covered their home in Minot, N.D.
'Church hoppers' drawn to multiple congregations
A small but growing group of Christians nationwide known as"church hoppers" worship at multiple Christian congregations, often of different denominations. Pastors say it can be tough to build relationships with the roving faithful – and they can't be counted on as much to give their time and money to a church.
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