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Past articles by Ellery:

Pregnant woman shot, killed in south Minneapolis

The woman was taken to HCMC where the baby was born, and she died. → Read More

MN Senate Committee passes $20 million coronavirus fund

The $20 million fund pays for investigating the disease, monitoring outbreaks, conducting lab analysis, coordinating a statewide response and informing the public. → Read More

Minnesota Sportsmen's Show kicks off 50th Year

The show is back at the Saint Paul RiverCentre this weekend, where you can learn all about boating, camping, RVs and more. → Read More

Glensheen Mansion decked out for the Holidays

KARE 11 Sunrise Reporter Ellery McCardle took a tour of the Glensheen Mansion to see it glitzed out for Christmas. → Read More

Lindstrom firefighter gets life-saving double lung transplant

"We all miss him and we all just have been dying to hear his voice because it has been a long time," says daughter Grace. → Read More

Your Guide to Twins Postseason

The Minnesota Twins face the New York Yankees this week to kick off the playoffs. → Read More

Pilot hopes to inspire girls through passion for aviation

This Saturday, the annual Girls in Aviation Day event is taking place at Flying Cloud Airport in Eden Prairie. → Read More

Minnesota Golden Gophers set to kick off 2019 season

The U of M football team takes on South Dakota State Thursday at 8 p.m. → Read More

Weekend closure on I-35W between Minneapolis, Roseville

If you drive any part of this five-mile route, you'll have to find a different road this weekend. → Read More

Players trying to beat the heat at Blaine soccer tournament

The largest youth soccer tournament in the western hemisphere is in town this week, and it's happening during a heat wave. → Read More

4 Minneapolis beaches now closed, at least until next week

For weeks, three metro beaches have been closed due to high E. coli bacteria levels. Now a fourth has been added. → Read More

Nurses picket Anoka psychiatric treatment center after attack

The informational picket comes after a brutal attack on a nurse at the facility after she wouldn't give him Tylenol. → Read More

Setting your teenager up for financial success

School's almost out for the year, and for many teenagers it's their first time having a job. Here's a guide on how to set them up for financial success. → Read More

Hopkins testing new bus safety technology

Hopkins Public Schools is one of two districts in the nation to try a new system that predicts when a vehicle will illegally pass a stopped school bus. → Read More

Eagan police officers plan to ride school bus trying to catch distracted drivers

The "Busted by the Bus" campaign focuses on the core of the issue of school bus stop safety, which is distracted driving. → Read More

Minnesotans work to improve lives of people with autism on World Autism Awareness Day

As parents and lawmakers work hard to make changes to improve the lives of those with autism, more businesses and entertainment venues are making accommodations as well. → Read More

Hopkins man hopes driver comes forward in deadly hit-and-run crash

It has been more than two years since Jeanne Stafford was left for dead alongside a Hopkins road. Police are hoping to get new leads so that they can bring closure the case and to Stafford's family. → Read More

Busiest Spring Break travel day at MSP expected Friday

The TSA anticipates 45,000 security screenings will take place that day, the high-water mark for Spring Break. → Read More

Snow melt making a mess in neighborhoods

The melting snow is causing standing water on streets, while the snow that remains can clog vents on your home. → Read More

Record number of trooper squads hit in February

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says 15 State Patrol squads were hit so far in February. → Read More