Heidi Wigdahl, KARE 11

Heidi Wigdahl

KARE 11

Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Recent:
  • KARE 11
Past:
  • WBIR Channel 10

Recent articles by Hello:

With gigs canceled due to COVID-19, Twin Cities musician makes theme songs for pets

With gigs canceled and money lost due to the novel coronavirus, Twin Cities musician Seth Duin needed to get creative. → Read More

School closures lead to child care questions

Those with child care questions can call the State Information Hotline between 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Metro number: 651-297-1304, Greater Minnesota: 1-800-657-3504. → Read More

Snow emergency auction in St. Paul draws in drivers looking for a deal

Hundreds of vehicles left unclaimed after snow emergencies in St. Paul were put up for auction Thursday. → Read More

'612 Jungle' brings hip-hop yoga to Minneapolis

"Through the practice, I developed a strong love for myself... I just wanted people that looked like me to feel that same way," Owner Gabrielle Roberts said. → Read More

A place to reflect: North Minneapolis barbershop offers haircuts and a history lesson

A north Minneapolis barbershop is paying homage to influential African Americans from the past and present. → Read More

This is the cloudiest January on record in the Twin Cities

According to the Minnesota State Climatology Office, there have been 18 totally cloudy days so far this month. → Read More

Minneapolis Lakers' first black player Bob Williams remembers Kobe Bryant and the time they met

"He [Kobe Bryant] outstretched both arms and he hugged Bob and said, 'Mr. Williams, thank you so much for paving the way,'" Marietta Williams recalled. → Read More

MN State Fair adding metal detectors

The State Fair's board of managers voted for nearly $10 million in upgrades for 2020, including metal detectors. → Read More

What to know ahead of Minnesota's presidential primary

In Minnesota, early voting for the presidential primary starts Friday. → Read More

Virtual cycling studio opens in Excelsior

Cycle Loft Excelsior aims to keep the biking community together and active during the cold winter months. → Read More

'I'm just glad nothing worse happened': Chunk of metal pierces woman's windshield

"I saw it soaring in this glorious death arch towards me," recalled Rachel Tessier. → Read More

Protest and vigil held for man who died in St. Paul officer-involved shooting

Sunday, protesters marched from the St. Paul Police Department Western District to the site of Ronald Davis' death. → Read More

White Bear Meadery invites you to 'Drink like a Viking'

White Bear Meadery in Gem Lake opened in June, offering craft meads made on-site. → Read More

Rescued bald eagle returns to the wild

"I could feel the power in her and I lifted her up and released her and she flew off under her own power," said Andy Kirn, who helped rescue the eagle in July. → Read More

Finding comfort in pajamas with a purpose

The Minnesota children's apparel company, Pajamas with Love, is doing its part to support pediatric cancer research. → Read More

New at the fair: MN Distillers Guild

The Minnesota Distillers Guild booth can be found at the North End of the fair, next to The Hangar. → Read More

Funky Grits makes its MN State Fair debut

Fairgoers can find Funky Grits inside the Food Building serving up Shrimp & Grits Fritters. → Read More

Sunflower field of dreams: Central MN business blooms

From sunflower oil to microwave popcorn, a central Minnesota business keeps growing. → Read More

How hands-free laws have impacted other states

Thursday marked day one for Minnesota as a hands-free state but in other states, it's been the law for years. → Read More

Flooding frustration continues in Waterville

The city of Waterville says water levels rose 3/4 of an inch overnight. → Read More