Minnesotans Gather To Mark Pearl Harbor AnniversaryMore than 7,800 Minnesotans lost their lives in that war. Fort Snelling was a training post for hundreds of thousands of military members.
Veteran Honored 70 Years After Death With Bronze Star, Purple HeartSergeant Gerald Jacobsen was declared missing in action during World War II.
Fallen Service Members Honored At Ft. Snelling Memorial Day CeremonyAll across the country and here in Minnesota, folks are honoring our nation's heroes this Memorial Day.
What Is Open And Closed On Memorial Day?Many people have the day off for Memorial Day, so here is a quick look at what's open and what's closed.
Working For The Weekend: Honoring Memorial DayIt is a holiday weekend that will include barbeques and picnics for many. But it's also a time to remember those who've given the ultimate sacrifice.
ICE Made 26 Arrests Last Week In MinnesotaA few dozen people gathered at a Fort Snelling federal office building Friday to hold an emergency response protest to President Donald Trump's deportation plans.
Fallen Veterans Honored At Ft. Snelling Memorial ChapelMany people spent time at the Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Sunday to remember those who lost their lives while serving our country.
Nonprofit Bringing 10,000 Flags To Ft. Snelling For Memorial DayWhile many people will adorn their loved ones' graves with flowers and flags this Memorial Day, one group is hoping to bring the red white and blue to as many fallen heroes as possible.
Best Memorial Day Events For The Family In MinnesotaMemorial Day is a wonderful time to enjoy the new-found warm Minnesota sunshine, treasure time with the family and honor fallen United States service members. Here are some of the best family events for observance and appreciation on Monday, May 30th.
Fort Snelling Declared National TreasureThe historic Fort Snelling has now been declared a National Treasure. The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced the declaration Wednesday morning.
Minnesotans Prep For Bitterly Cold WeekendState park employees say they are prepared to show people a good time in the extreme cold, and offered a few tips on how to stay warm while doing it.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links (Jan. 9)There is plenty of winter fun to be had this weekend in Minnesota! Here are some of the events and topics Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak covered on WCCO Saturday Morning.