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GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — Here are some of the latest links featured on KARE 11 newscasts.

Tuesday, May 16

Breaking the News

The Animal Humane Society announced its facilities in Golden Valley and Coon Rapids have resumed regular operations as of noon Tuesday, following a serious outbreak of canine influenza. 

If you'd like to adopt a pet, visit the AHS' website.

Monday, May 15

Breaking the News

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board received hundreds of turtle sighting reports last year.

Turtles are vulnerable on land, and the board wants to track these animals to better protect them as they move to lay eggs.

Any and all reports about sightings in Minneapolis helps efforts to protect these animals at critical locations in the park system.

Click this link for more.

Friday, May 12

Breaking the News

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the Student Anglers Organization are hosting a free virtual fishing challenge May 13-14, during Take a Mom Fishing Weekend. 

On Mother’s Day weekend, all moms across Minnesota can fish for free without a license, and new this year, is the online Minnesota Moms Fishing Challenge.

Click here to learn more.

Tuesday, May 9

Breaking the News

Five family foundations – each long-time supporters of Every Meal’s mission – have stepped up to declare that it’s not OK that kids in our community are hungry. 

They have come together to offer a $1 million match. Join the effort by donating today to ensure Minnesota kids have the food they need to learn and grow. 

For more information, click here.

Wednesday, May 3

Breaking the News

The National Kidney Registry’s Voucher Program was created to overcome compatibility issues between donors and recipients, as well as to make the process more convenient for donors and allow the best possible match for recipients.

Click here to learn more.

Monday, May 1

Breaking the News

The American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA) is collecting donations to support those impacted by the crisis in Sudan. Click here to learn more and donate.

Thursday, April 27


The Book Lady's Library, located at 678 7th Street West in St. Paul, is open Wednesday through Sunday and then on weekends through the end of May.

For more information, click here.

Monday, April 17

6:30 p.m.

The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board is looking for the community's input about its planned reconstruction of Loring Park's Berger "Dandelion" Fountain.

Click here to share your thoughts with MPRB through its short survey.

Tuesday, April 11

6 p.m.

Warmer weather is here, and Minneapolis is making it easier to get out on a bike or scooter. 

Bike share companies offer memberships, passes or single-ride fares. 

Learn more about renting a bike or scooter through the City of Minneapolis program here

Wednesday, March 29

6 p.m.

The city of Minneapolis is making plans to bring officers back to its Third Precinct station after it was abandoned nearly three years ago following the murder of George Floyd.

As part of the plan, city leaders say they’ll hold community engagement sessions to hear input from the public.

For more information about dates and locations for these upcoming sessions, click here.

6:30 p.m.

Craig and Sharon Chambers's 20-month-old grandson Ari has been diagnosed with Hyper-IGM Syndrome and his only hope for a cure is a blood stem cell transplant. If you are between the ages of 18-40, you could be the one to save Ari or another patient in need. 

If you want to help Ari and others in need of a stem cell or bone marrow donation go to My.BeTheMatch.org/arimn to join the registry. You can also text AriMN to 61474

Tuesday, March 8

6:30 p.m. 

In Shoreview, an urban farm has sprung up in shipping containers. Learn more about Frisk Fra Boksen, or Fresh From the Box, here

Friday, March 3

6 p.m.

A Minneapolis-area woman went on vacation to St. Lucia and was injured in a fall on rocky terrain. She recently lost her husband and was diagnosed with cancer.

Friends are now crowdfunding to get her back home to Minnesota. If you'd like to contribute, click here.

Breaking the News

Students in Duluth and the Twin Cities are sharing their love of classical music with Minnesota’s first chapter of the Back to Bach project, which aims to "make accessible arts education a reality for the youth through free in-person and virtual educational events," according to its website

Learn more at backtobachproject.org.

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