Taiko women come together in St. Paul to beat drums, make history: 'HERbeat' at the Ordway brings together top female drummers from around the world.

Hunting for Bigfoot in northern Minnesota: Reality paranormal TV shows have encouraged a new generation of Bigfoot enthusiasts, searching for proof of the existence of the legendary part-human creature. Two men are dedicated to tracking Bigfoot in the north woods of Minnesota. We went along on a recent hunt.

Facing lynchings from Duluth to Montgomery: Two guys named Carl walked onto a bus last month in Duluth, one black, one white. One of them was Carl Crawford, the other was Carl Huber. Together, they traveled to Alabama to visit the new memorial to the victims of lynching, and they became friends on the journey. After they returned, they talked together about what the trip meant to them.

PaviElle - Runnin' (Live at The Current)

Indian Horse Relays are a family affair: In August 2018, Indian Horse Relays took over the track at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minn. Tim Brown and 2 of his 3 sons made up the team Brown Bois, from Bois Forte band of Chippewa. Brown is 54 and has been riding since 1983, now he has his sons on his team.

A family waits in distress for dad's deportation hearing: The family of Ched Nin, a Cambodian refugee, is worried their husband and father will be deported to a country he never knew. Nin is one of a group that's known as the Minnesota Eight -- Cambodian-Americans whose families fled the brutal Khmer Rouge in the 1970s. Most of them were born in refugee camps.

'Pure love on the dance floor': Meet 4 Jingle Dress Dancers: The Jingle Dress is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year. Meet four Native women carrying the tradition forward.

Crow Patrol: Murder descends upon Rochester: Follow along as the heroes of Rochester's Crow Patrol defend the city from thousands of crows using lasers, starter guns and their wits.

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