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Weekend Anchor / Reporter

Karen Scullin

Karen Scullin is a reporter at FOX 9 and anchor of the weekend edition of the FOX 9 News in the evening hours.

Karen came to FOX 9 in 2005 and is a member of an Emmy award-winning news team for best use of social media.

She's won various awards for investigative stories about teen culture and innovative homicide investigation techniques. Karen has also been recognized for work on the case involving the kidnapping and return of Elizabeth Smart.

Karen has a husband (Dan), two boys (Jack and Max) and they are on fish No. 6 (Miami).

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  • MPD to increase police presence in high-crime areas

    MPD to increase police presence in high-crime areas

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 4:38 PM EDT2014-07-23 20:38:11 GMT
    On Wednesday, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Police Chief Janeé Harteau announced that the city's police department will boost resources in north Minneapolis and in hot spots for crime on the city's south side.
    On Wednesday, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Police Chief Janeé Harteau announced that the city's police department will boost resources in north Minneapolis and in hot spots for crime on the city's south side.
  • The future of the former Ford assembly plant

    The future of the former Ford assembly plant

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:09 PM EDT2014-07-23 01:09:37 GMT
    With demolition almost complete, the dreams of what the site of the former Ford assembly plant in St. Paul are getting bigger -- but the final fate of the 122-acre site may be decided by soil tests.
    With demolition almost complete, the dreams of what the site of the former Ford assembly plant in St. Paul are getting bigger -- but the final fate of the 122-acre site may be decided by soil tests.
  • Front yard piano concert by Minneapolis 8-year-old seen by thousands

    Front yard piano concert by Minneapolis 8-year-old seen by thousands

    Monday, July 14 2014 9:43 AM EDT2014-07-14 13:43:48 GMT
    A stranger trying to help a little boy have a special day made a mini-superstar after 8-year-old Dylan Spoering advertised he would give a free piano concert using a simple sign in his front yard. On the front porch of the blue house on the corner, something big happened.
    A stranger trying to help a little boy have a special day made a mini-superstar after 8-year-old Dylan Spoering advertised he would give a free piano concert using a simple sign in his front yard. On the front porch of the blue house on the corner, something big happened.
  • DIABETES: Scientists retrain cells to produce insulin

    DIABETES: Scientists retrain cells to produce insulin

    Wednesday, July 2 2014 7:13 PM EDT2014-07-02 23:13:25 GMT
    New scientific research is lending hope to diabetics that one day, needles won't be a part of daily life because the developments led by the Columbia University Medical Center in New York could change everything.
    New scientific research is lending hope to diabetics that one day, needles won't be a part of daily life because the developments led by the Columbia University Medical Center in New York could change everything.
  • CAFFEINE POWDER: Teen's death triggers public concern

    CAFFEINE POWDER: Teen's death triggers public concern

    Tuesday, July 1 2014 9:05 PM EDT2014-07-02 01:05:28 GMT
    It's a substance that's new to a lot of parents, and it's even new to doctors and addiction specialists -- but although it is cheap and highly potent, it can also be deadly in high doses.
    It's a substance that's new to a lot of parents, and it's even new to doctors and addiction specialists -- but although it is cheap and highly potent, it can also be deadly in high doses.
  • 5 stunning parts of John LaDue's police interview

    5 stunning parts of John LaDue's police interview

    Wednesday, June 25 2014 11:52 PM EDT2014-06-26 03:52:24 GMT

    As we dig deeper into the 5-hour interview, LaDue's demeanor throughout the entire questioning process is interesting. He is always calm, speaks in a near monotone, and seems to have no feelings whatsoever even when he speaks of his family.



    As we dig deeper into the 5-hour interview, LaDue's demeanor throughout the entire questioning process is interesting. He is always calm, speaks in a near monotone, and seems to have no feelings whatsoever even when he speaks of his family.
  • Hastings man, 34, fatally shot after ice cream run

    Hastings man, 34, fatally shot after ice cream run

    Wednesday, June 25 2014 2:30 PM EDT2014-06-25 18:30:54 GMT
    It's the first murder Hastings police have had to solve in 10 years, but although no one is currently in custody, Fox 9 News has learned of a recent arrest that shows there was trouble before the shooting.
    It's the first murder Hastings police have had to solve in 10 years, but although no one is currently in custody, Fox 9 News has learned of a recent arrest that shows there was trouble before the shooting.
  • PHOTOS: Flash flooding in Mankato, Minn.

    PHOTOS: Flash flooding in Mankato, Minn.

    Wednesday, June 18 2014 10:41 PM EDT2014-06-19 02:41:30 GMT
    Storms tore through Minnesota overnight, and Mankato woke up in especially rough shape Wednesday morning as flash flooding caused a mudslide forcing several roads and highways to close.
    Storms tore through Minnesota overnight, and Mankato woke up in especially rough shape Wednesday morning as flash flooding caused a mudslide forcing several roads and highways to close.
  • POLICE: Criminal photos found on Spring Lake Park teacher's computer

    POLICE: Criminal photos found on Spring Lake Park teacher's computer

    Tuesday, June 17 2014 7:24 PM EDT2014-06-17 23:24:37 GMT
    Police in Anoka County are investigating a teacher who works in the St. Francis and Spring Lake Park school district after several thousand photographs were found on his computer, some of them allegedly depicting “young students posed in compromising positions.”
    Police in Anoka County are investigating a teacher who works in the St. Francis and Spring Lake Park school district after several thousand photographs were found on his computer, some of them allegedly depicting “young students posed in compromising positions.”
  • THE FATHER FACTOR: Children face more challenges without dad

    THE FATHER FACTOR: Children face more challenges without dad

    Thursday, June 12 2014 5:23 PM EDT2014-06-12 21:23:08 GMT
    Dad duty is about more than being a stereotypical provider or a nurturing coach. Statistics show that caring fathers who give emotional support have a huge impact on their child's quality of life.
    Dad duty is about more than being a stereotypical provider or a nurturing coach. Statistics show that caring fathers who give emotional support have a huge impact on their child's quality of life.
  • Bloomington man, 31, accused of stalking 10-year-old girls

    Bloomington man, 31, accused of stalking 10-year-old girls

    Thursday, June 5 2014 7:25 PM EDT2014-06-05 23:25:59 GMT

    Police say he's been on their radar for quite some time, but a 31-year-old Bloomington man is now behind bars after he was accused of following a pair of 10-year-old girls in a grocery store parking lot.


    Police say he's been on their radar for quite some time, but a 31-year-old Bloomington man is now behind bars after he was accused of following a pair of 10-year-old girls in a grocery store parking lot.

  • AMY PAGNAC SEARCH: Warrant executed at Isanti County property

    AMY PAGNAC SEARCH: Warrant executed at Isanti County property

    Tuesday, June 3 2014 10:24 PM EDT2014-06-04 02:24:21 GMT
    Maple Grove police executed a search warrant at a property in Stanchfield, Minn. on Monday in connection with the 1989 case of missing girl Amy Sue Pagnac.
    Maple Grove police executed a search warrant at a property in Stanchfield, Minn. on Monday in connection with the 1989 case of missing girl Amy Sue Pagnac.
  • A stolen car story with a somewhat-happy ending

    A stolen car story with a somewhat-happy ending

    Thursday, May 29 2014 9:00 PM EDT2014-05-30 01:00:48 GMT

    An Eagan, Minn. woman whose truck was stolen by a man accused of stealing more than 140 vehicles almost got ripped off a second time, but instead walked home with a little cash.

    An Eagan, Minn. woman whose truck was stolen by a man accused of stealing more than 140 vehicles almost got ripped off a second time, but instead walked home with a little cash.

  • Garden City Elem. gets $200,000 library makeover from Target, MLB

    Garden City Elem. gets $200,000 library makeover from Target, MLB

    Wednesday, May 28 2014 1:16 PM EDT2014-05-28 17:16:17 GMT
    Garden City Elementary in Minneapolis will receive a $200,000 Target School Library Makeover on Wednesday as part of the partnership between Target and the MLB.
    Garden City Elementary in Minneapolis will receive a $200,000 Target School Library Makeover on Wednesday as part of the partnership between Target and the MLB.
  • RIVER SAFETY: 3 things to consider before taking a swim

    RIVER SAFETY: 3 things to consider before taking a swim

    Tuesday, May 27 2014 8:53 PM EDT2014-05-28 00:53:20 GMT
    High water is slowing the efforts to find a missing man who leapt into the St. Croix River to save his nephew, but officials say the unfortunate ordeal is an opportunity to raise awareness about how dangerous fast-flowing waters can be.
    High water is slowing the efforts to find a missing man who leapt into the St. Croix River to save his nephew, but officials say the unfortunate ordeal is an opportunity to raise awareness about how dangerous fast-flowing waters can be.
  • STOP BULLYING: 'Maddi's pain ran a little bit deeper'

    STOP BULLYING: 'Maddi's pain ran a little bit deeper'

    Wednesday, May 21 2014 11:10 AM EDT2014-05-21 15:10:59 GMT
    Friends of a young girl who took her own life sent a strong message on the day of her funeral -- stop the bullying. Maddi Jo Specht was just 16-years-old when she took her own life last Thursday.
    Friends of a young girl who took her own life sent a strong message on the day of her funeral -- stop the bullying. Maddi Jo Specht was just 16-years-old when she took her own life last Thursday.
  • MENTAL HEALTH: Crisis call spike worries Eagan police chief

    MENTAL HEALTH: Crisis call spike worries Eagan police chief

    Wednesday, May 14 2014 10:42 PM EDT2014-05-15 02:42:52 GMT

    A metro police chief tells Fox 9 News he is worried about the increasing number of mental health calls his officers have been answering since he started tracking the numbers -- but experts say they are not surprised by the upward trend due to a lack of resources in Minnesota.

    A metro police chief tells Fox 9 News he is worried about the increasing number of mental health calls his officers have been answering since he started tracking the numbers -- but experts say they are not surprised by the upward trend due to a lack of resources in Minnesota.


  • What Hennepin County is doing about that airbag-popping pothole

    What Hennepin County is doing about that airbag-popping pothole

    Thursday, May 1 2014 8:23 PM EDT2014-05-02 00:23:28 GMT
    A St. Paul man is recovering after his airbags deployed when his car hit a massive pothole in Minneapolis. Dustin Duarte first told his story on FOX 9 Wednesday night. Thursday morning, we followed up with Hennepin County to see what’s being done about the road.
    A St. Paul man is recovering after his airbags deployed when his car hit a massive pothole in Minneapolis. Dustin Duarte first told his story on FOX 9 Wednesday night. Thursday morning, we followed up with Hennepin County to see what’s being done about the road.
  • FIRST MEETING: Returning Minn. soldier meets baby boy

    FIRST MEETING: Returning Minn. soldier meets baby boy

    Wednesday, April 30 2014 10:11 AM EDT2014-04-30 14:11:34 GMT

    Fox 9 cameras caught an amazing homecoming on Tuesday -- a staff sergeant in the 203rd Transportation Unit of the U.S. Army Reserves was reunited with his family after a year oversees and met his son for the first time.

    Fox 9 cameras caught an amazing homecoming on Tuesday -- a staff sergeant in the 203rd Transportation Unit of the U.S. Army Reserves was reunited with his family after a year oversees and met his son for the first time.


  • SEVERE WEATHER: Minneapolis upgrades siren system

    SEVERE WEATHER: Minneapolis upgrades siren system

    Thursday, April 24 2014 1:40 AM EDT2014-04-24 05:40:51 GMT
    As Hennepin County is getting ready to debut it's new tornado siren technology, the city of Minneapolis is upgrading its own siren system so that residents will be warned wherever they are.
    As Hennepin County is getting ready to debut it's new tornado siren technology, the city of Minneapolis is upgrading its own siren system so that residents will be warned wherever they are.
  • Minneapolis fire crews consult chef on nutrition

    Minneapolis fire crews consult chef on nutrition

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 9:12 PM EDT2014-04-10 01:12:01 GMT
    When the call comes in, firefighters have to be ready to exert a sudden burst of energy and, sometimes, an incredible amount of strength -- and that's why Minneapolis is taking a new approach to good health.
    When the call comes in, firefighters have to be ready to exert a sudden burst of energy and, sometimes, an incredible amount of strength -- and that's why Minneapolis is taking a new approach to good health.
  • MORATORIUM: Halt to home construction draws crowd to City Hall

    MORATORIUM: Halt to home construction draws crowd to City Hall

    Thursday, March 20 2014 8:13 PM EDT2014-03-21 00:13:18 GMT
    Homeowners and builders packed a public hearing Thursday on the residential construction moratorium city leaders put in place last week in response to resident concerns about safety violations and communication.
    Homeowners and builders packed a public hearing on the residential construction moratorium city leaders put in place last week in response to resident concerns about safety violations and communication.
  • St. Paul wants St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturdays only

    St. Paul wants St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturdays only

    Friday, March 14 2014 7:39 AM EDT2014-03-14 11:39:56 GMT
    A big debate is brewing in St. Paul over a proposal that would break tradition regarding the annual St. Patrick's Day parade by moving it to the Saturday nearest the holiday instead of on the day itself.
    A big debate is brewing in St. Paul over a proposal that would break tradition regarding the annual St. Patrick's Day parade by moving it to the Saturday nearest the holiday instead of on the day itself.
  • Traffic survey: Minneapolis 16th most congested city in U.S.

    Traffic survey: Minneapolis 16th most congested city in U.S.

    Wednesday, March 5 2014 12:41 PM EST2014-03-05 17:41:44 GMT
    A crowd-sourced traffic scorecard says Minneapolis is the 16th most congested city in the country.
    A crowd-sourced traffic scorecard says Minneapolis is the 16th most congested city in the country.
  • Ice dam removers in for a chaotic season

    Ice dam removers in for a chaotic season

    Tuesday, March 4 2014 3:52 PM EST2014-03-04 20:52:34 GMT
    Minnesota roofs could be in trouble this year with the tumultuous weather, and the Minnesota Department of Commerce says homeowners may want to hire a professional ice dam removal company.
    Minnesota roofs could be in trouble this year with the tumultuous weather, and the Minnesota Department of Commerce says homeowners may want to hire a professional ice dam removal company.
  • Essential cell phone protection and anti-theft tips

    Essential cell phone protection and anti-theft tips

    Tuesday, February 25 2014 6:00 PM EST2014-02-25 23:00:06 GMT
    A spike in cell phone robberies has prompted police to outline essential steps phone owners should take to deter theft.
    A spike in cell phone robberies has prompted police to outline essential steps phone owners should take to deter theft.
  • Driver cited in Elk River crash involving 2 Northstar trains

    Driver cited in Elk River crash involving 2 Northstar trains

    Wednesday, February 19 2014 5:19 PM EST2014-02-19 22:19:57 GMT
    Photo by Paul BlumePhoto by Paul Blume
    Elk River police have cited the driver who drove around lowered gate arms as two Northstar commuter trains approached, causing a collision that led to significant delays in the rail service on Tuesday night.
    Elk River police have cited the driver who drove around lowered gate arms as two Northstar commuter trains approached, causing a collision that led to significant delays in the rail service on Tuesday night.
  • MYSTERY HOWL: What caused haunting St. Paul sounds?

    MYSTERY HOWL: What caused haunting St. Paul sounds?

    Thursday, February 13 2014 7:36 PM EST2014-02-14 00:36:09 GMT
    Early Thursday morning, a strange mystery sounded in St. Paul. Many residents in the Highland Park area woke up before 5 a.m. to eerie howling and crashing noises near the frozen Mississippi River.
    Early Thursday morning, a strange mystery sounded in St. Paul. Many residents in the Highland Park area woke up before 5 a.m. to eerie howling and crashing noises near the frozen Mississippi River.
  • PROPANE SHORTAGE: Lawmakers look for immediate help

    PROPANE SHORTAGE: Lawmakers look for immediate help

    Thursday, February 13 2014 12:28 AM EST2014-02-13 05:28:25 GMT
    Over the past several weeks, more and more stories of Minnesotans struggling to heat their homes amid a lingering propane shortage have emerged, and state lawmakers are looking for ways to provide help fast.
    Over the past several weeks, more and more stories of Minnesotans struggling to heat their homes amid a lingering propane shortage have emerged, and state lawmakers are looking for ways to provide help fast.
  • AMAZING RESCUE: Man saved from car fire on Highway 169

    Man saved from car fire on Highway 169

    Friday, January 31 2014 4:30 PM EST2014-01-31 21:30:08 GMT
    Firefighters had to navigate slick, snowy roads to save a man from a car fire that broke out early Thursday morning on Highway 169 and Interstate 94 in Brooklyn Park.
    Firefighters had to navigate slick, snowy roads to save a man from a car fire that broke out early Thursday morning on Highway 169 and Interstate 94 in Brooklyn Park.
  • Death of UW-Stout student Jesse Jensen investigated

    Death of UW-Stout student Jesse Jensen investigated

    Thursday, January 23 2014 9:07 PM EST2014-01-24 02:07:43 GMT
    Menomonie, Wis. police are investigating the death of University of Wisconsin-Stout student Jesse Jensen.
    Police are investigating the death of a University of Wisconsin-Stout student found unresponsive early Wednesday morning in the bedroom of her house near the Menomonie, Wis. campus.
  • Golf courses re-open amid early ski season in Minnesota

    Golf courses re-open amid early ski season in Minnesota

    Sunday, November 17 2013 8:43 AM EST2013-11-17 13:43:01 GMT
    A mid-November warm-up prompted Eagle Valley Golf Course in Woodbury, Minn. to reopen the links Friday for at least one more weekend. Meanwhile, ski season is already underway.
    A mid-November warm-up prompted Eagle Valley Golf Course in Woodbury, Minn. to reopen the links Friday for at least one more weekend. Meanwhile, ski season is already underway.
  • Fargo woman won't give candy to 'moderately obese' kids

    Fargo woman won't give candy to 'moderately obese' kids

    Wednesday, October 30 2013 8:37 PM EDT2013-10-31 00:37:30 GMT
    A Fargo, N.D. woman is taking matters into her own hands when it comes to combating childhood obesity by handing a letter instead of candy to kids she thinks are too fat.
    A Fargo, N.D. woman is taking matters into her own hands when it comes to combating childhood obesity by handing a letter instead of candy to kids she thinks are too fat.
  • Archdiocese at center of accusations, resignation, new investigation

    Archdiocese at center of accusations, resignation, new investigation

    Sunday, October 6 2013 9:19 AM EDT2013-10-06 13:19:49 GMT
    More accusations have been brought against the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, this time involving alleged possession of child pornography and a cover-up.
    More accusations have been brought against the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, this time involving alleged possession of child pornography and a cover-up. On top of that, the Archbishop's top deputy has resigned, and it appears a new criminal case is about to get underway.
  • iPhone Rush: The psychology of being first, 'shownership'

    iPhone: The psychology of being first

    Sunday, September 22 2013 6:52 PM EDT2013-09-22 22:52:44 GMT
    The workers come out like they're giving away the new iPhone 5 with the line cheering like they're rock stars. Kylee Leonetti was first in line, waiting since 10:30 on Thursday.
    The workers come out like they're giving away the new iPhone 5 with the line cheering like they're rock stars. Kylee Leonetti was first in line, waiting since 10:30 on Thursday.
  • St. Paul Police Department unveils new crime lab

    St. Paul Police Department unveils new crime lab

    Thursday, August 15 2013 9:05 PM EDT2013-08-16 01:05:54 GMT
    A little over a year ago, the St. Paul Police Department's crime lab was shut down as a result of shoddy work. Now, the city hopes the new lab and protocols will renew trust in the forensics facility.
    A little over a year ago, the St. Paul Police Department's crime lab was shut down as a result of shoddy work. Now, the city hopes the new lab and protocols will renew trust in the forensics facility.
  • SURVEY: Where do your medical services rank in Minnesota?

    SURVEY: Minnesota clinic ratings

    Wednesday, August 14 2013 8:13 PM EDT2013-08-15 00:13:53 GMT
    Minnesota health officials will reveal the results a large statewide patient experience survey on Wednesday.
    Minnesota health officials will reveal the results a large statewide patient experience survey on Wednesday.
  • HAIL DAMAGE: Body shops deluged with dent, glass repairs

    HAIL DAMAGE: Body shops deluged with dent, glass repairs

    Wednesday, August 7 2013 7:31 PM EDT2013-08-07 23:31:22 GMT
    Thousands of drivers in the metro found their cars cratered with dents and glass damage after hail stones ranging from quarter-sized to as big as a tennis ball fell during Tuesday's storms.
    Thousands of drivers in the metro found their cars cratered with dents and glass damage after hail stones ranging from quarter-sized to as big as a tennis ball fell during Tuesday's storms.
  • SOLD! Dept. of Commerce holds unclaimed property auction

    SOLD! Dept. of Commerce holds unclaimed property auction

    Thursday, July 25 2013 7:49 PM EDT2013-07-25 23:49:48 GMT
    Collectors and the curious are discovering treasures now that the Minnesota Department of Commerce is holding its once-a-decade auction of unclaimed property.
    Collectors and the curious are discovering treasures now that the Minnesota Department of Commerce is holding its once-a-decade auction of unclaimed property.
  • FILLING THE VOID: Homeless youth craft downtown art project

    FILLING THE VOID: Homeless youth craft downtown art project

    Thursday, July 11 2013 8:21 PM EDT2013-07-12 00:21:02 GMT
    Under the shadow of skyscrapers, there is an open door offering a path to possibilities. As the large piece of art continues to evolve, many say it is helping to change lives in the process.
    Under the shadow of skyscrapers, there is an open door offering a path to possibilities. As the large piece of art continues to evolve, many say it is helping to change lives in the process.
  • WATER SAFETY: 6 tips to keep kids safe while swimming

    WATER SAFETY: 6 tips to keep kids safe while swimming

    Wednesday, July 3 2013 7:43 PM EDT2013-07-03 23:43:11 GMT
    Many people will head up to lakeside cabins or community pools over the Fourth of July weekend, but escaping the summer heat with a quick dip can end in tragedy for parents of small children.
    Many people will head up to lakeside cabins or community pools over the Fourth of July weekend, but escaping the summer heat with a quick dip can end in tragedy for parents of small children.
  • MN NAUGHTY? Minneapolis No. 3 most sinful city

    MN NAUGHTY? Minneapolis No. 3 most sinful city

    Friday, June 14 2013 3:57 PM EDT2013-06-14 19:57:06 GMT
    A real estate blog called Movoto put together a list of the Most Sinful Cities in America. Minneapolis ranked No. 3, ahead of the original Sin City, Las Vegas.
    A real estate blog called Movoto put together a list of the Most Sinful Cities in America. Minneapolis ranked No. 3, ahead of the original Sin City, Las Vegas.
  • ONLINE RISKS: Expect social media surge over summer

    ONLINE RISKS: Expect social media surge over summer

    Friday, June 7 2013 12:58 AM EDT2013-06-07 04:58:48 GMT
    Summer break means most kids will be keeping in touch with friends online, but parents should know that there are some risky apps that could allow strangers to get sensitive information from children.
    Summer break means most kids will be keeping in touch with friends online, but parents should know that there are some risky apps that could allow strangers to get sensitive information from children.
  • Cold spring keeps mosquitoes at bay as wood ticks thrive

    Cold spring keeps mosquitoes at bay as wood ticks thrive

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 10:01 PM EDT2013-06-06 02:01:44 GMT
    Minnesotans are used to swatting and spraying to keep mosquitoes away in June, but the cold spring has kept them from coming out in swarms and the experts are using the extra time to go after them.
    Minnesotans are used to swatting and spraying to keep mosquitoes away in June, but the cold spring has kept them from coming out in swarms and the experts are using the extra time to go after them.
  • Lilydale Park landslide: Body of 4th grader found, area of park closed

    Lilydale Park landslide: Body of missing 4th grader found

    Thursday, May 23 2013 6:08 PM EDT2013-05-23 22:08:22 GMT
    A landslide at Lilydale Regional Park in St. Paul took the lives of two fourth-graders and left another two injured, all on a school field trip. The body of the last missing child was found Thursday morning.
    A landslide at Lilydale Regional Park in St. Paul took the lives of two fourth-graders and left another two injured, all on a school field trip. The body of the last missing child was found Thursday morning.
  • Congress clear for vacation takeoff after ending FAA furloughs

    Congress clear for vacation takeoff after ending FAA furloughs

    Sunday, April 28 2013 7:35 AM EDT2013-04-28 11:35:57 GMT
    A bill that would end the Federal Aviation Administration's furlough on air traffic controllers is now on its way to President Obama to sign.
    A bill that would end the Federal Aviation Administration's furlough on air traffic controllers is now on its way to President Obama to sign. On Friday, the House passed the measure 361-41. Thursday night, the Senate passed the legislation after most lawmakers had left the Capitol for a weeklong vacation.
  • SUV crashes into house in Blaine during police chase

    SUV crashes into house in Blaine during police chase

    Friday, June 29 2012 9:28 AM EDT2012-06-29 13:28:14 GMT
    A police chase in the north metro ended with a car crashing into a house in Blaine, killing the driver.
    A police chase in the north metro ended with a car crashing into a house in Blaine, killing the driver.
  • The Miracle Man of Mora, Minnesota

    The Miracle Man of Mora, Minnesota

    Sunday, June 17 2012 5:01 PM EDT2012-06-17 21:01:03 GMT
    A special dad, a crazy lady, and an amazing story of survival.
    A special dad, a crazy lady, and an amazing story of survival.
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