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Past articles by Kelcey:

Can you feed a family of 4 for a week with less than $100?

You've probably noticed that you're spending a lot more at the grocery store right now. → Read More

Remote work could be here to stay for some workers after pandemic

The pandemic has altered life for everyone. It's also forced most companies to re-adjust how they do business. → Read More

Minnesota CrossFit gyms ask state to reclassify them so they can open sooner

About 100 CrossFit gyms are coming together to ask the state of Minnesota to re-classify them so they can open sooner than other gyms. → Read More

New Minnesota publishing company hopes people will tap into creativity during pandemic

A new Minnesota publishing company hopes all this time at home can help people tap into their creativity. → Read More

How are the plant closures impacting grocery store supply chains?

With meat processing plants closing due to COVID-19 outbreaks, there are concerns on how this will impact the supply chain to grocery stores. → Read More

Decreased traffic allows MnDOT road construction crews to close more lanes

The decreased traffic throughout the Twin Cities metro area due to the stay-at-home is having an impact on road construction projects. → Read More

Minnesota nursing homes work to slow COVID-19 spread in facilities

The state is looking closely at long-term care facilities and trying to figure out ways to keep staff and residents safe. → Read More

Doctor: Don't risk your life by avoiding emergency rooms due to the coronavirus

Since the start of the pandemic, there has been a very real fear that an overload of coronavirus cases could stress hospitals. → Read More

Jeep club rolls deep to cheer up Minnesotans during pandemic

We've seen a lot of drive-by celebrations for birthdays, anniversaries and support. → Read More

Cargill workers keeping shelves stocked as pandemic stresses food supply chain

Minnesota has many companies on the frontlines, providing goods and services desperately needed during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

COVID-19 preparations underway at Minneapolis VA Medical Center

Doctors at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center have treated nine people with confirmed COVID-19 cases and one of them is hospitalized. → Read More

St. Paul Saints doing good while waiting for baseball to begin

Athletes of all levels have put their seasons on hold due to the coronavirus, but while they wait and watch, some are trying to do some good. → Read More

Shoreview, Minn. mom undergoes heart transplant after pregnancy uncovers problem

A Shoreview, Minnesota mom is healthy and happy today but a couple of years ago she faced a scary situation involving her heart. And now, during American Heart Month, she's sharing her story. → Read More

HOM Furniture founder reflects on career building small store into empire in Midwest

The commercials are quintessentially 90s and for folks in Minnesota, they might take you back a little. → Read More

Man born in Nazi Germany to celebrate 100th birthday in Bloomington

There are an estimated 72,000 or more centenarians living in the United States right now according to government reports and that number will continue to grow. → Read More

Toddler who survived open heart surgery to participate in Saturday's Heart Walk

This weekend, the American Heart Association is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its Heart Walk. → Read More

U of M's Voyager Clinic brings together 6 children's treatment specialties under one roof

Finding resources for children with autism or other behavioral and development needs can be time consuming, overwhelming and exhausting. → Read More

'As playful as possible': Masonic Children's Hospital cancer center helps kids have fun

The Masonic Children’s Hospital is a leader in treating and researching pediatric cancers. → Read More

'Bags of Smiles' delivers toys and games to hospitalized kids

Being in the hospital can be very isolating, especially for a child. Knowing this, a local family came up with a plan eight years ago to create some fun for hospital stays. → Read More

Music & Memories: After 30 years, Cities 97 releases final sampler CD

The Cities 97.1 sampler CD is a tradition in the Twin Cities 30 years running, featuring a mix of acoustic songs performed around the metro or performed right at the radio station's Studio C. → Read More