How To Spend Memorial Day In The Twin CitiesMemorial Day is on the horizon. It’s the unofficial beginning of summer, but more importantly, it’s a time to reflect and remember. Here are some of the events happening to honor the day.
76 Years Later, Minnesota Sailor Who Died At Pearl Harbor Returns HomeQuentin Gifford was a Radioman aboard the U.S.S. Oklahoma when it sunk in the attack that dragged us into World War II.
Burial Set For Minnesota Sailor Killed At Pearl HarborA Minnesota sailor killed at Pearl Harbor will be buried with full military honors Saturday at Fort Snelling National Cemetery.
St. Paul Korean War POW Finally Laid To RestA grateful nation never forgets, especially 66 years after a soldier's sacrifice.
Missing For 66 Years, Korean War Soldier Buried With Full HonorsWith old glory waving under blue skies and July's warm breeze, a motorcade bearing the casket of Charles Follese brought him home.
'This Is A Success Story': 74 Years Later, Marine's Remains Come HomeIt was June 2015 when a contractor working on the island of Betio was digging up a parking lot. Suddenly, human remains appeared in the soil, the first of what would be many skeletal remains.
Fort Snelling Hosting Memorial Day RemembrancePeople across the country are remembering the fallen this Memorial Day weekend.
Ft. Snelling Memorial Rifle Squad Passing On TraditionFifteen years ago, WCCO photojournalist Tom Aviles introduced us to the Memorial Rifle Squad. Aviles stayed in touch with the men, who are now passing the tradition on to the next generation of veterans.
Fort Snelling Displays Wreath, Flags For Minnesota's Fallen MilitaryMuch more than just a day off from work or school, Memorial Day is about remembering the people who died serving in our armed forces.
St. Paul Firefighter's Funeral Set For WednesdayA St. Paul firefighter/paramedic who collapsed and died of cardiac arrest will be laid to rest on Wednesday. Funeral services are planned for Shane Clifton, 39, who worked as a firefighter and paramedic for the St. Paul Fire Department at Station No. 14.
4 Things To Know: A WWII Anniversary & Coyotes In BloomingtonHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Aug. 16.
A Frequent Name At The Ballot Box, Dick Franson Dies At 86A frequent presence on Minnesota's election ballots has died. Dick Franson ran for U.S. Senate, governor and other statewide and local offices for a total of about 30 attempts. Franson died Wednesday after going through rehab for a concussion earlier this year. He was 86.