Karla Hult, KARE 11

Karla Hult


Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Karla:

MN food shelves see historic demand due to inflation, other factors

Advocates say they’re seeing more people asking for help at food shelves across the state. → Read More

Matching your money to your values on social issues

Shannon Foreman talked with KARE 11’s Karla Hult about how people can review their investments to ensure they align with their values. → Read More

Even amid overwhelmed hospitals and omicron surge, health care leaders offer cautious optimism

Doctors say it's too early to tell whether omicron will push us to the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Long-term care reunions: What families need to know

Many Minnesota families are finally being able to see their loved ones in person at long-term care facilities. → Read More

'Clouds' cast reflects on Zach Sobiech's legacy

Clouds – the title of Zach Sobiech’s signature song – follows Sobiech’s last months before he loses his battle with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, in 2013. → Read More

Zach Sobiech movie 'Clouds' to stream on Disney Plus this fall

The film is based on the late Minnesota teen's life and musical journey behind his hit song "Clouds," directed by Justin Baldoni and starring Fin Argus. → Read More

New state report offers 14 solutions for skyrocketing prescription drug prices

Lawmakers are seeing firsthand how big an issue this is and getting recommendations on a fix. → Read More

Weighty issues follow Trump to Minnesota

As President Trump leaves Washington D.C. he does not leave the controversies that are swirling around him. → Read More

Hmong College Prep Academy receives 3,500 McDonald's lunches

Delaware-based AK Equity donated $20,000 to cover the cost. → Read More

Eagan police department honor 11-year-old hero with lifesaving award

The Eagan Police Department took the opportunity to honor some local heroes on Wednesday. → Read More

Minnesota-based ARC dealing with refugee crisis by 'doing the doable'

There’s no question, the refugee crisis can be overwhelming. But faced with the daunting, ARC is "doing the doable." → Read More

School districts consider creative options for making up snow days

On Tuesday, most districts decided to hold school despite the snowfall of the previous night and earlier that morning. → Read More

Minnetonka school leaders promise more Holocaust education after anti-Semitic post

The post features a picture showing two Minnetonka High School students giving a Nazi salute and holding a sign that makes references to Hitler and Nazis. → Read More

No charges yet in Mankato car seat case

A dashboard camera caught a child in a car seat falling out of a vehicle Monday in Mankato. → Read More

Patty Wetterling offers perspective on the Jayme Closs case

The Wetterlings themselves waited nearly 27 years before a man confessed to abducting, assaulting then murdering Jacob hours after he was taken. → Read More

Lakeville family honors son, helps others nearly 2 years after tragic drowning

Last year, and still struggling with overwhelming grief, the Garlies finally redeemed a gift card to Faith’s Lodge. Now they want to help other families do the same. → Read More

Shutdown could soon take toll on most vulnerable Minnesotans

“You know, truthfully, letting this get hung up in the politics of DC is simply unacceptable. I mean, people can’t wait for food,” Lourey noted. → Read More

MNLARS asks lawmakers for more staff

“Change at this scale is never easy. And as with all IT projects, it comes with bumps in the road,” said Commissioner of IT Services Johanna Clyborne. → Read More

Family dog killed by hunter's arrow

On Thursday evening, Scott Fuller called his two boxer dogs in from outside. Only one of them returned. Eventually, the family’s younger dog led Fuller to the body of his other boxer, Hera. → Read More

Capturing hope: Twin Cities photographer documents special families

For one Twin Cities family, pictures prove a child’s perseverance, while showing a journey the entire family has traveled for the last 12 years. → Read More