Here’s a look at the four most notable stories you need to know about for the morning of Monday, March 1, 2015.
Sometimes, it takes a while before you can act on your dreams. One grandmother from Brooklyn Park, Minn. has been talking about skydiving for a long time. Sunday, her big moment finally came.
The skydivers who survived two planes colliding in far northwest Wisconsin are hoping the dramatic video footage of that day will help save the company that owns the planes.
Skydiving survivors talk to Today Show about their experience. Also, watch the video of the crash.
Two skydivers had to be rescued after they landed off the shore of Lake Superior Saturday, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office.
A man proved Wednesday that life-changing injuries can’t stop him from reaching his goals.
A one-armed skydiver set out Wednesday morning to accomplish something no one has ever done before. Kevin Burkart set out to jump out of a plane more times than anyone else in history.
Have you ever thought about how you would celebrate your 90th birthday? The way Cocato native Carl Morris celebrated his may have you re-planning your party. Two weeks ago, Morris blew out the candles on his birthday cake. But our soggy weather delayed his birthday wish.
Whether it’s in a hot air balloon, bungee jumping or skydiving, you can fly high above Minnesota this summer with these adventures.
Minnesota’s lieutenant governor has gotten a unique view of her Capitol office — from thousands of feet up.
To celebrate her 85th birthday, one local grandmother thought she’d take the ultimate plunge – skydiving! And her tenacity rubbed off on three generations of her family thought that sounded like fun, who wanted to celebrate with her.
Want to do something fun with your dad for Father’s Day? Check out these exciting activities that are sure to be an adventure!
At 91 years old, Gertrude “Gertie” Nelson decided it was about time she checked skydiving off her bucket list.
Before leaping into the air from 10,000 feet up and falling at about 120 miles per hour, here are some important tips to know before going skyward with a skydiving company.