James Rabe started his radio career as a 4 year old, yelling, "FORE!" for a commercial his dad was producing. Right now he's thinking a lot about Christmas as he was growing up. A family of six kids in a big ol' house in Northern Michigan. Lots of snow, lots of shoveling, and lots of noisy holidays around the dinner table. He learned a whole lot more about family when he received a kidney from his sister. December 21, 2012. That's a second birthday, his new axis day, a second Christmas... whatever you want to call it. it makes December a month to be thankful and to celebrate life.
91,000 Pounds of Jennie-O Turkey Recalled!
This is pretty huge and just in time for Thanksgiving, no less. Jennie-O has announced a recall of ground turkey because...
Can You Get Pringles Thanksgiving Chips in Minnesota?
Made just for Thanksgiving, can you get them in Rochester?
Fourth Grader Collects Candy for the Troops
A 4th grader in Colorado wants to make sure the troops know we're thinking of them! Here's how you can help her.
Minnesota’s #1 Candy Is Going Diet and People Are Mad!
People are saying they want MORE, not less!
What’s Your Small World Story?
The little reminders that this big ol' globe is really a pretty small place are awesome, aren't they? You're at Disney with the family, and you strike up a conversation with someone else in line, and you discover they're married to your best friends sister from back home...
Kwik Trip Introduces New Breakfast Sandwich
It may be their most filling breakfast sandwich, food stacked upon food!
The Top Five Worst Knockoff Halloween Costume Names
These will have you cryin'!
Will Turkey Prices Skyrocket This Thanksgiving
We had all kinda of turkey trouble just a few years ago...is that trouble coming back?
Minnesota Woman Saves Husband’s Life Then Has Baby!
Minnesotans are tough, there's no doubt about it. And this woman proves that seven different ways from Sunday!
Would You Drive to Duluth to Try This Burger? (PHOTOS)
In Duluth, there's a restaurant with a salmon burger that is AMAZING. But before you say, "Yeah, I'd eat it!", you may want to see what makes the bun black.