It was one year ago tonight that a vehicle driven by a former Vikings’ wife hit and killed 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong.
Minnesota’s flags are flying at half-staff this Friday by order of Gov. Mark Dayton, part of Remembrance and Reconciliation Day marking the U.S.-Dakota War 150 years ago.
To remember the collapse of a busy Minnesota highway bridge, state historians preserved items they thought would vividly convey the chaotic scene that unfolded back in 2007: a battered Interstate 35W sign, an emergency worker’s shirt, the back door of a school bus that young survivors used to escape.
The Minnesota arts community is mounting several works to mark the upcoming fifth anniversary of the Minneapolis bridge collapse.
It’s a day not many north Minneapolis residents will forget. Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the City’s destructive tornado.
Osama Bin Laden was discovered and killed by the Navy Seals one year ago today
Seventy years of marriage: the headline sells itself. One Minneapolis couple who today celebrated this milestone now share their secret to defeating the odds.
Former Twins great Kent Hrbek joined Dave Lee this morning to reflect on one of the highlights of his career.
The monks of St. John’s Abbey celebrate on Sunday the 50th anniversary of the dedication of their famous Abbey and University Church in Collegeville.
Local Minnesota politicians and officials are remembering the terror attacks of 9/11 and reflecting on how America has changed.
Do you remember where you were on Sept. 11, 2001? On that devastating day Clayton Jackson, 17, was in his second week of first grade. He’s now a senior at Washburn High School in Minneapolis.
Every Aug. 1, Fr. Paul Paris of St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church says a prayer in remembrance of Christina Sacorafas.
Gov. Mark Dayton has ordered U.S. and Minnesota flags lowered Monday on the fourth anniversary of the I-35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis.
Minnesota’s special Veterans Treatment Court is marking its one-year anniversary this month of trying to help veterans in trouble with the law stay out of the criminal justice system.
Mariah Wood has a distinct memory of that sultry afternoon in June 2010. The 16-year-old was working her shift as a lifeguard at Wadena’s city pool when severe weather hit the town.