A Minnesota woman who returned this year to finish the Boston Marathon despite her battle with cancer has died. Elinor Scott-Sutter had nearly finished the marathon in 2013 when two pressure cooker bombs exploded, killed three people and injured dozens of others.
A Minnesota mom who finished the Boston Marathon–a year after terrorist bombings kept her from crossing the finish line–died on Friday.
Thousands of runners finished the Boston Marathon on Monday, something that was taken away from many of them last year. Fifty-one-year-old Elinor Scott of St. Louis Park was just three-quarters of a mile from finishing her dream, when two explosions forced her off the course.
As the soreness sets in for Boston marathoners, so do the images. A few hundred meters from the finish line, a runner could no longer stand. Several others stopped to carry him closer so he could gain strength and cross the finish line. One of the helper is from Stillwater, and the moment so many are talking about is one which Mike Johnson never thought would be discussed again.
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A year after the Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people and injured hundreds, one Minnesota woman is going back to finish the race she started. “I knew it’d be emotional going back,” Jody Zylstra, from Annandale, said. “But this week is feeling like hurry up and wait.”
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It’s the dream of thousands of runners: To qualify and finish the Boston Marathon. Last year that dream was cut short for many, after terrorists set off two bombs near the finish line. Elinor Scott of St. Louis Park was about three-quarters of a mile away from completing a life goal when the bombs went off.
Police chiefs from across Minnesota received an eye-opening lesson Thursday on terror threats and police tactics from a man who has intense experience.
A Minnesota woman finished a 1,300 mile run Thursday night. It started in April, when Allyson Loisel-Murray left Galveston, Texas and wrapped up Thursday night in Chanhassen. All along the way, Murray raised awareness for traumatic brain injuries and stroke prevention.
The Boston Celtics will play at the TD Garden for the first time Friday night since the events of the Boston Marathon.
Police say the Boston Marathon bombers planned more attacks in the heart of New York City.
Officials with the Twin Cities Marathon said Wednesday they’ll dedicate one of their races to the victims of the bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon.
More than 40 Twin Cities runners gathered on St. Anthony main on Monday, jogging along the Mississippi River to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
As investigators continue to look into the Boston Marathon bombings, questions are growing about whether there was an American intelligence failure.
The Wild are middle of a playoff push, but Wild forward Charlie Coyle’s thoughts have largely been elsewhere this week.
A 19-year-old Massachusetts college student wanted in the Boston Marathon bombing was captured hiding out in a boat parked in a backyard Friday and his older brother lay dead in a furious 24-hour drama that transfixed the nation and paralyzed the Boston area with fear.
In a blaze of gunfire, the hunt for the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects was down to one. Late Thursday night, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed in a vicious firefight with police and federal agents.
As the hunt for those responsible for Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon intensifies, school counselor Sam Nordby is back at work.
The FBI has released photos of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and is asking for the public’s help in identifying them.
Within an hour of the Boston Marathon bombing, we were watching video of the explosion. The volume of video authorities are pouring over to try to find a suspect is staggering. So how do investigators analyze all that video?
In what could be major break in the Boston Marathon case, investigators are on the hunt for a man seen in a department store surveillance video dropping off a bag at the site of the bombings, a local politician said Wednesday.
It’s unclear who set off the Boston Marathon bombs. But what has become clear is how the bombs were made.
In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, America changed. Congress passed the Patriot Act. New federal agencies formed to search us at the airport and to look for terrorists at home and abroad.
More than 500 Minnesotans were in Boston, to run the marathon. And some of them started coming back home Tuesday morning.