Study: More People Could Survive A Tsunami If They Walk FasterAbout 5,500 more people could survive a major tsunami hitting the U.S. if they just walk a little faster to higher ground after roads are knocked out, a new study shows.
Minn. Remembers Japan’s Devastating Tsunami Many around the globe took a moment Saturday to remember the devastation and heartache that united the world one year ago.
Cargill Donating $250K To Second Harvest JapanCargill Inc. is donating $250,000 to Second Harvest Japan, a Tokyo-based food bank delivering food and supplies to survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan.
Minn. Pork Board Aiding Disaster Relief In JapanThe Minnesota Pork Board is helping with disaster relief efforts in Japan.
Really Touching Tsunami Love StoryMan walks 20 hours to find girlfriend!
Volcano Adds to Japan WoesAnother natural disaster is adding to the problems in Japan
Japanese Students In MN Head Home To A Broken CountryA Twin Cities study abroad program just ended for some Japanese students. On Tuesday afternoon, they'll head home to disaster.
More Dramatic Video From JapanDramatic video from the moment the tsunami hit in Japan from CBS News.
Twin Cities Woman Worried About Elderly Parents In JapanAttorney Saiko McIvor of St. Louis Park says she talked with her parents who live in Sendai, Japan the day before the big earthquake. They said there had been a minor earthquake earlier in the week, but then came the big quake and ever since McIvor has not been able to reach them.
Good Question: 'Reply All' On Tsunami QuestionsSince the earthquake and tsunami hit in Japan, WCCO viewers have been sending in dozens of Good Questions. Jason DeRusha hits reply all.
Earthquake/Tsunami VideosThe video coming out of Japan after the earthquake-induced tsunami is gripping and tragic. We've got several links to check out.
Hundreds Killed In Tsunami After 8.9 Japan QuakeA ferocious tsunami spawned by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded slammed Japan's eastern coast Friday, killing hundreds of people as it swept away boats, cars and homes while widespread fires burned out of control.