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University of Minnesota Students take Culinary Arts to the Next Level

University of Minnesota design professor Barry Kudrowitz is taking culinary arts to the next level. This semester he is teaching a one of a kind "food Design" course at the U of M St. Paul campus. He says "so far the students are loving this, they get to eat everything that they are designing, which is awesome."

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Former Twin Justin Morneau Helps with Coat Drive

Besides serving up Thanksgiving meals for 1,000 people Thursday, the Salvation Army Harbor Light shelter in Minneapolis gave away hundreds of coats.

People were able to shop and try on coats to find the best fit.

200 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Workers Protest for Higher Wages

An increase in the minimum wage is one of the big issues facing the Minnesota legislature when it convenes in February.

Wednesday, demonstrators pushed for a higher minimum wage. They wanted to make people traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday aware of the fight.

Minneapolis Culinary Master Gives up Six Figure Job to Work in Soup Kitchen

Beyond family, feast, and football, there is another dimension to Thanksgiving. The chance to give back.

For a local culinary master, that meant cooking up a whole new life. Jeff Ansorge gave up his nearly six figure salary to work in the Salvation Army soup kitchen in St. Paul.

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Volunteers in Metro Pack Meals to Ship Across US

Three days of holiday giving kicked off Thanksgiving at Feed My Starving Children sites around the Twin Cities.

Volunteers are packing 216 meals each in Coon Rapids, Chanhassen and Eagan.

The meals that will be shipped across the country include rice, dehydrated vegetables and vitamins.

U of Minn. Issues Crime Alert After Student Escapes Attempted Kidnapping on Campus

An attempted kidnapping occurred at the University of Minnesota campus around 12:10 a.m. Wednesday.

Edina's Promenade to Be Upgraded, But Vandalism Streak Continues

The City of Edina voted last week to upgrade Edina's Promenade, add a stream and pond throughout the greenway.

This week the Edina Police Department sent out a press release offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in connection to a vandalized statue at the Promenade.

The Promenade is home to a rotating public art exhibit.