Kids' Health

CrossFit branches out into kids' programs

Amelia Enfinger, 14, warmed up with a jump rope before a CrossFit class for teens in Loyalhanna, Pa.

Popular workout program has branched out to youths.

Safe Kids car-seat clinics: Minor adjustments can make major differences

Sarah McIntosh, of Kansas City, North, buckles Ethan McIntosh, 13 months, into his car seat as they sat in their driveway, May 26, 2011, in Kansas City, Missouri. Sarah uses a stuffed doge with a "Got Ethan?" tag sitting in the front seat to remind her that Ethan is in the car with her. Since people started saving babies from airbags in the 90s by putting them in back seat car seats facing backwards, the number of babies forgotten in cars and left to die of heat strokes has skyrocketed.

Safe Kids Anoka County and others offer free inspections to try to ensure children's seats are properly installed.

Brooklyn Park Fire Chief Ken Prillaman

Brooklyn Park fire chief to step down amid so-called 'culture of hostility'

'We hereby declare!' Young citizens take oath in special Children's Museum event
Minnesota mom works to take 'fear out of food allergies'
Minneapolis police chief resigns; protesters shout down mayor

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Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Ervin Santana sits in the dugout after leaving in the fourth inning of a baseball game with the Detroit Tigers, Friday, July 21, 2017, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn)

Santana gets just 10 outs in Twins loss to Tigers

Reusse: Statue of T.K. makes Twins manager look good, and he was
Lakeville's Regan Smith, 15, is swimming's breakthrough star
Lynx know WNBA All-Star Game is made for memories — they have many

The Twin Cities ranks 183rd in foreclosure rates among 217 metro areas tracked by Attom Data Solutions during the first half of the year.

Foreclosure rate drops to all-time low in Twin Cities

Thrivent lot in downtown Mpls. might be redone as ramp and apartments
Twin Cities-based Pops! Diabetes Care teams with Children's Minnesota to test diabetes device
Paul Grangaard retiring as CEO of Wisconsin-based Allen Edmonds

A police officer attached his body camera to a magnetic plate worn inside his uniform. Although Minneapolis officers have been outfitted with bodycams for about a year, the cameras were not turned on when two officers responded to Justine Damond’s 911 call.

Turn up the scrutiny of Mpls. police practices in wake of Justine Damond's death

Rash Report: What 'Dunkirk' displays about Britain, then and now
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Past meets present: Water would once again entertain kids in Peavey Plaza as it did in 1975.

Redo of Peavey Plaza in Mpls. preserves and updates once-popular park

Rush on $10 senior lifetime pass to national parks causes shortage in Twin Cities
Ordway's 'Jesus Christ Superstar' looks super but is short on soul
Media showman, Minnesota's rock 'n' roll 'godfather' Bill Diehl dies at 91

House Speaker Kurt Daudt, shown with House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin in May.

Minnesota House speaker reverses course, backs legislative raises

Spicer resigns as White House press secretary over Scaramucci
U.S. intercepts: Jeff Sessions, Russian envoy talked about Trump campaign
Suit filed over new income tax for wealthy Seattle residents

Plaintiff Joaquin Carcano speaks during a news conference in Raleigh, NC., Friday, July 21, 2017, announcing a new lawsuit over LGBT rights. The lawsuit renews a high-profile legal battle that has thrust North Carolina into the center of the national debate over LGBT rights. The state took the "bathroom bill" off the books in late March after a yearlong backlash that hurt North Carolina's reputation and caused businesses and sports leagues to back out of lucrative events and projects. Madeline Goss, right, also is a plaintiff in the lawsuit.

Lawsuit: Effects of 'bathroom bill' linger in North Carolina

Abortion fight rages in Kentucky, which has just 1 clinic
Cancer patients' gray hair unexpectedly darkens on new immune drugs
Federal grand jury indicts US soldier on terrorism charges

FILE - In this May 21, 1973 file photo, Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali, presents his first Chrono-Hologram in Paris, France. A Spanish judge on Monday June 26, 2017, has ordered the remains of artist Salvador Dali to be exhumed following a paternity suit by a woman named by Europa Press agency as Pilar Abel, 61 from the nearby city of Girona. Dali, considered one of the fathers of surrealism in art, died in 1989 and is buried in his museum in the northeastern town of Figueres.

Exhumation of Salvador Dali's remains finds his mustache still intact

3 Palestinians, 3 Israelis killed in violence over holy site
Possible melted fuel seen for first time at Fukushima plant
Bank of America picks Dublin for EU base after Brexit

Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Ervin Santana throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Houston Astros, Saturday, July 15, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Santana, steady in July after June hiccups, on mound against Tigers

Reusse: Statue of T.K. makes Twins manager look good, and he was
Twins 'engaged on a number of players' but what about Garcia?
Bell has 4 hits, McCutchen 3 as Pirates beat Rockies 13-5

Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford

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Vikings, Mankato parting ways after one final training camp
Could quarterback Kirk Cousins wind up with Vikings in 2018?
O.J. Simpson will get his freedom, but then what?

O.J. Simpson testifies during an evidentiary hearing in 2013.

Even if O.J. Simpson earns big bucks once he's out, he can't keep the money

Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington kills himself at 41
Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money
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Minneapolis Somali-American kids get wheels, thanks to bike giveaway

Allina Health donated the bicycles after a social media post about the lack of bikes in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.

7 ways Minnesota hospitals are becoming more homelike

Minnesota hospital leaders who recognize that a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere can support a speedy recovery are rethinking the way patient rooms look and feel.

Can they unplug? A school principal will pay students $100 to forgo screen time this summer

– With the school year over, countless students will binge on movies, television and video games during their summer break. Many will also…

Gallery: Popping, locking and break dance at Hopkins studio

Boogie B's break-dance studio brings South Bronx street moves to Twin Cities suburbia. Since its opening, House of Dance has grown from nine students to more than 100.

So you think you can dance like a fifth-grader?

A beginners' ballroom contest for Twin Cities kids was more fun — and more real — than any reality TV show.