Greta Cunningham Feature Archive

Prosecutors allege a Minneapolis woman beat her cousin's 4-year-old boy to death after he soiled his pants. Carla Cherisse Poole, 37, is now charged with second-degree murder in the death of Demond Keith Reed. (02/12/2008)
United Noodles in Minneapolis captures the attention of the Food Network while catering to the growing number of people who love Asian foods. (02/06/2008)
A 3-day-old baby is in foster care after being dropped off at Children's Hospital in St. Paul. The baby was apparently left under what's known as the "safe haven" law, which allows mothers to anonymously give up their unwanted newborns with no legal consequences. (02/05/2008)
Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids has made changes in the care of newborn babies, according to a top official from Allina Hospitals, which runs Mercy. The decision comes after a baby was burned at Mercy earlier this week while under an oxygen hood. (01/25/2008)
Carbon monoxide leaking from a malfunctioning boiler killed one St. Paul man and sent five people -- including three children -- to the hospital early Monday. (01/07/2008)
Many people are donating toys to a Maplewood, Minn., man after a thief stole a truckload of toys meant for needy children. (12/20/2007)
Solveig Tofte, the head baker at Turtle Bread Company in Minneapolis, is training for the "Olympics of Baking." (12/20/2007)
Award-winning French chef Jean-Georges is bringing his Asian fusion cooking to Minneapolis. (12/13/2007)
Maybe you've done this -- packed an inexpensive Christmas present in a box from a high-end retailer. An Eden Prairie graphic designer has taken this disconnect between gift and gift box to another level. (12/10/2007)
State public safety officials are launching a campaign designed to make the roads safer this holiday season. (12/06/2007)
Abbas Mehdi, a former Iraqi cabinet member and St. Cloud State University professor predicts big problems for Iraq as thousands of refugees begin streaming back into that country. Mehdi recently returned from an extended stay in Iraq. (11/30/2007)
A spokesman for MSP Airport says things are going smoothly and travelers are experiencing few problems on this busy travel day. (11/21/2007)
As we head into Thanksgiving, many of us dust off recipes for grandma's stuffing or pumpkin pie. But some family recipes may have gotten lost over the years, and it's these misplaced recipes that are the center of Christopher Kimball's new book, "America's Best Lost Recipes." (11/19/2007)
A new botanical art exhibit at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum highlights the rare wildflowers of Tibet and India. (10/15/2007)
So far this year, Minneapolis police have confiscated 129 fake guns used during crimes. He says replica guns are manufactured to look exactly like real guns. (10/05/2007)