Sign WCCO's 'More Than Names' Flag At Xcel Energy CenterHockey fans have the chance to be a part of something big that we are working on here at WCCO. We are collecting signatures in our “More Than Names” campaign as one way to thank Minnesota military members and their families.
Sign WCCO's 'More Than Names' Flag At Nat'l Sports CenterSoccer fans have the chance to be a part of something big that we are working on here at WCCO. We are collecting signatures in our "More Than Names" campaign as one way to thank Minnesota military members and their families.
Wounded Warrior Channels Energy To Help Fellow SoldiersSgt. Scott Adams, from St. Bonifacius, has served six different tours of duty in the U.S. Army. His final mission left him with burns, PTSD, a broken back and blood clots. He is now joining forces with a Minnesota group and hopes others will do the same.
At 'Wall That Heals,' Minnesotans Remember VeteransDozens of Minnesotans came out Saturday to pay their respects to the service members who died in the Vietnam War.
91-Year-Old Triathlete Offers Tips To Young CompetitorsAmerica's oldest triathlete advised the nation's youngest triathletes at Lake Elmo Saturday. Bob Powers of St. Paul is 91-years-old. He's been competing in triathlons for decades. A few weeks ago, he won his age group at the national triathlon championship in Milwaukee.
Minnesota Police Trained To Identify Veterans In CrisisSome police officers across Minnesota are going through training to recognize and offer support for a growing number of returning war veterans who have post-traumatic stress disorder or a traumatic brain injury.
Police Training To Identify Veterans In CrisisSome police officers across Minnesota are going through training on how to identify veterans in crisis.
Found In A Dump, Lost Purple Heart Medal Heading To FamilyThe family of Wiljo Matalamaki clung to his Purple Heart, a tribute to a young man sent to World War II who never returned, whose body was never found. Then the medal, too, was lost.
After 71 Years, World War II Vet Receives H.S. DiplomaHe left high school 71 years ago, but a World War II Veteran finally received his diploma on Monday. Russell Whittaker was 17 years old when he left Mound High School in 1944 to enlist in the U.S. Navy.
Graduates Of Veterans Treatment Court Get Clean StartFour local veterans are being honored Thursday for turning their lives around by overcoming drug, alcohol or mental health issues.
Wounded Vet Gifted Tank-Like All-Terrain Power ChairA wounded veteran got a special gift this morning in Minneapolis -- a customized, all-terrain power chair. Kevin Hanrahan lost his left leg in Afghanistan, and sustained other injuries as well. The power chair will allow him to enjoy hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities.
4 Things To Know: Parts Of Patriot Act Expire, Facebook Protest & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about for Monday, June 1. They include a protest planned against Facebook as well as a disturbing study on the state of veterans' brains.