Good morning Sunrisers, here's Guy Brown's first weather forecast for your Friday.
Updated: 5:00 AM CDT May 7, 2021
KARE 11's Lou Raguse sat down with attorneys Steve Schleicher and Jerry Blackwell, who were members of the prosecution team in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Updated: 2:52 PM CDT April 27, 2021
One of the richest men in the world will be up on stage, and his hosting duties haven't come without some controversy.
Published: 7:30 AM CDT May 7, 2021
Morels, wild garlic and even dandelions are all on the menu if you know where to look.
Published: 7:03 AM CDT May 7, 2021
Starting Friday at noon, capacity limits will be lifted on outdoor venues, and bars can stay open until 2 a.m.
Published: 6:59 AM CDT May 7, 2021
Three women from St. Paul, the Funny Asian Women Kollective, are using their comedy act to combat the invisibility of Asian Pacific Islander Desi American women.
Published: 6:50 AM CDT May 7, 2021
All five hostages have been released and are safe
Published: 6:43 AM CDT May 7, 2021
The early news and weather headlines from KARE 11 Sunrise
Published: 6:40 AM CDT May 7, 2021
All five people held hostage over the 8-hour standoff are safe
Published: 5:11 AM CDT May 7, 2021
Police say a suspect is in custody following an 8-hour ordeal where five people in the bank were taken hostage.
Published: 2:06 AM CDT May 7, 2021
A KARE 11 analysis reveals huge racial disparities continue in Minneapolis for minor traffic stops and searches despite reforms promised after George Floyd’s death.
Published: 10:23 PM CDT May 6, 2021
Minneapolis mayor says botched no-knock raid on innocent family was an “obvious breakdown in process and horrible mistake”
Published: 10:22 PM CDT April 30, 2021
Mother and child terrorized in bungled no-knock warrant raid. A KARE 11 investigation reveals Minneapolis police failed basic checks and hit the wrong address.
Published: 10:47 PM CDT April 29, 2021
Three years before George Floyd, records show Derek Chauvin pinned a 14-year-old boy down – with his knee on his back – for 17 minutes.
Published: 10:20 PM CDT April 26, 2021
There has been widespread legal impact after George Floyd’s death – more than 100 laws already passed, more than 1,000 pending as calls for reform continue.
Published: 10:15 PM CDT April 21, 2021
Internal memos documenting Dr. Andrew Baker’s early opinions about George Floyd’s death seem similar to some of the views of Derek Chauvin’s defense expert.
Published: 10:28 PM CDT April 18, 2021
Published: 3:03 PM CDT April 18, 2021
Chauvin’s defense attorney is trying to convince the jury that a drug overdose due to fentanyl and meth – not a knee on his neck – killed George Floyd
Published: 11:06 PM CDT April 16, 2021
A unique combination of conditions comes together to trigger a Red Flag Warning, which indicates conditions are ideal for wildfires to start and quickly spread.
Published: 12:09 PM CDT May 6, 2021
Bel breaks down the forecast for both temps and precipitation.
Published: 6:12 AM CDT May 6, 2021
The best view of the Eta Aquarid meteor shower will come Wednesday morning
Published: 6:46 PM CDT May 4, 2021
The National Weather Service released data for the new 30-year climate normal, which gives us a snapshot of what the recent climate is doing and how it's changing.
Published: 5:22 PM CDT May 4, 2021
Meteorologist Guy Brown breaks down the weather patterns we can expect to see this month.
Published: 6:38 PM CDT May 3, 2021
KARE 11 meteorologist Ben Dery explains what makes a moon a "supermoon."
Published: 6:22 PM CDT April 26, 2021
Right now, Minnesota has about 14 hours of daylight, and the days will continue to get longer as we approach summer.
Published: 5:24 PM CDT April 26, 2021
How many of the lakes in Minnesota have their ice cover already?
Published: 2:49 AM CDT April 20, 2021
Minnesotans have three specific dates to mark down on their calendar as Governor Walz and state health officials outline their official plans to re-open the state
Published: 10:15 PM CDT May 6, 2021
Governor Tim Walz announced he's loosening COVID restrictions starting on May 7
Published: 7:20 PM CDT May 6, 2021
According to Governor Tim Walz, capacity limits on outdoor events will come to an end – starting Friday
Published: 6:15 PM CDT May 6, 2021
If 70% of Minnesotans age 16 years and older get vaccinated prior to July 1, Gov. Walz says the state will no longer require the mandate.
Published: 5:25 PM CDT May 6, 2021
The end of statewide restrictions will come in three steps, and Minnesota's mask mandate will end no later than July 1
Published: 5:14 PM CDT May 6, 2021
Step one removes limits for outdoor dining and ends the mask requirement outdoors except at large venues starting Friday, May 7.
Published: 5:10 PM CDT May 6, 2021
As businesses in the hospitality industry ramp back up, there are real concerns from restauranteurs
Published: 10:13 PM CDT May 5, 2021
The governor's office is expected to release more information on the announcement Thursday morning. At noon, Walz will detail the changes in a live address.
Published: 10:07 PM CDT May 5, 2021
The Yeezys are the most expensive pair of sneakers ever sold at auction after being purchased in a private sale for $1.8 million.
Published: 3:03 PM CDT April 30, 2021
The much larger Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association is footing the bill, not the local Minneapolis police union.
Published: 4:32 PM CDT April 5, 2021
Some countries have paused rollouts of the AstraZeneca vaccine while it's being investigated for blood clotting side effects. This doesn't impact the U.S.
Published: 5:35 PM CDT March 16, 2021
President Biden addressed COVID-19 and the vaccine rollout in his first primetime speech as president.
Published: 4:45 PM CST March 12, 2021
While there is some spending for unrelated projects, it makes up a relatively small part of the massive bill.
Published: 5:42 PM CST March 9, 2021
New CDC guidelines say fully vaccinated people can be indoors without masks with other vaccinated people, but need to keep wearing masks in public.
Published: 5:15 PM CST March 8, 2021
Gas prices have risen since the start of the year and are likely to keep rising, too. But that has to do with recent supply hits and increased demand.
Published: 5:09 PM CST March 5, 2021
Flu activity is at its lowest in 25 years. Experts believe that could be in large part because of efforts to stop COVID spread and increased vaccinations.
Published: 5:00 PM CST March 3, 2021
Eisenhower Elementary in Hopkins celebrates an unusual annual spring ritual.
Published: 10:21 PM CDT May 3, 2021
Zach Vraa experimented with flavors during stay-at-home, then launched A to Z Creamery
Published: 10:25 PM CDT March 28, 2021
Still a high school junior, Will Wanish built a syrup production facility with $30,000 in new equipment.
Published: 10:23 PM CDT March 22, 2021
Tom Cornish set a goal of weaving one hat a day, but often exceeded that.
Published: 10:24 PM CDT March 15, 2021
Courtney, Mackenzie, Dakota & Avery Rich all play varsity for New London-Spicer. But that's just the beginning of a heartwarming story.
Published: 10:22 PM CST March 8, 2021
The underdog story is rebooting again as a Disney series
Published: 10:28 PM CST March 1, 2021
'Hockytown USA' finds new way to entertain itself on skates
Published: 10:34 PM CST February 22, 2021
Published: 10:31 PM CST February 22, 2021
Sophia Schmidt says a life threatening condition inspired her future in medicine. Years later, her doctor is now her dean.
Published: 6:49 PM CDT May 6, 2021
Jana asked moms to leave her a voice message and tell her what it is they really want this year. Here's what they had to say.
Published: 7:04 PM CDT May 6, 2021
Breaking the News anchor Jana Shortal asked KARE 11 viewers to weigh in on what they want the most this Mother's Day.
Published: 8:38 PM CDT April 30, 2021
By mid-century, Minnesota will feel more like central Iowa, and by the end of the century it could feel more like Missouri due to climate change, experts say.
Published: 7:31 PM CDT May 5, 2021
Ford and General Motors are sitting on thousands of trucks, cars and SUVs that need chips for everything from radios and seats, to smart mirrors and tailgates.
Published: 7:02 PM CDT May 5, 2021
The AARP calls them "Gray Divorces" and research shows they've gone up by more than 50% over the last 25 years
Published: 7:44 PM CDT May 4, 2021
Breaking The News kick off a series highlighting all the state's Teach of the Year finalists, starting with Todd Hunter with Anoka HS and Layne Bell with Hopkins HS.
Published: 7:00 PM CDT May 4, 2021
On Wednesday, the Oversight Board will unveil whether former President Trump's Facebook ban remains in place. The decision will have worldwide implications.
Published: 6:50 PM CDT May 4, 2021
Bobby and Laura have some picks for trees that fit under power lines along boulevards and in the smallest of gardens.
Published: 7:27 PM CDT April 30, 2021
Bobby is here to answer your gardening questions!
Published: 10:50 AM CDT April 24, 2021
Bobby and Laura take a look at the Minnesota DNR list of best native yard trees based on where you live in Minnesota.
Published: 10:45 AM CDT April 24, 2021
Bobby and Laura have a MN DNR list of best native yard trees based on where you live in Minnesota.
Published: 6:54 PM CDT April 23, 2021
Bobby and Laura try out vermicomposting, which is a composting method that uses worms to eat your food scraps!
Published: 10:12 AM CDT April 17, 2021
Published: 10:09 AM CDT April 17, 2021
Published: 6:28 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Laura and Bobby are here to answer your gardening questions.
Published: 10:32 AM CDT April 10, 2021
The Eden Prairie native finds recipe for success by developing allergy-free snacks.
Published: 12:14 AM CDT May 7, 2021