Hutchinson Veteran Receives France's Highest HonorA World War II veteran from Hutchinson received a very special honor Saturday.
Granite Falls Museum Honors World War II VeteransWhat started as a past-time to honor veterans has turned into a museum that's become a world-wide attraction in a small Minnesota town.
Wreckage From Minnesota WWII Pilot's P-47 Comes HomeLt. Loren Hintz was shot down over the Italian landscape in the closing days of World War II.
Veteran Honored 70 Years After Death With Bronze Star, Purple HeartSergeant Gerald Jacobsen was declared missing in action during World War II.
Arrest Warrant Issued For Mpls. Man Accused Of Being A NaziA court in Poland has issued an arrest warrant for a Minnesota man sought in a Nazi massacre, opening the way for Poland to seek his extradition from the United States on war crimes charges.
Finding Minnesota: Granite Falls Silver StarArt Bottcher was awarded a Silver Star for his bravery in World War II that his family couldn't find.
Last Surviving Doolittle Pilot, Now 100, Honored For WWII MissionOne of the turning points in World War II was when the Doolittle Raiders bombed Tokyo. The courageous and dangerous mission happened after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
World War II Veteran Celebrates 100th BirthdayA World War II veteran in Minneapolis celebrated a very special birthday Friday.
Willmar Sailor's Remains Return Home After 72 YearsThis Memorial Day will have extra special meaning for one Minnesota community. The city of Willmar welcomed home Navy Machinist Mate 1st Class John Anderson -- 72 years after his death.
70-Year-Old Remains Of Minn. Sailor IdentifiedA Minnesota sailor lost on the beaches of Normandy is finally coming home.
96-Year-Old Fights For Women Airforce Service Pilots To Be Buried At ArlingtonA Minnesota woman who served as an Air Force service pilot in World War II has a new fight. The 96-year-old wants women Air Force Service Pilots to be able to be buried at Arlington Cemetary.
Good Question: What's The Origin Of The Times Square New Year's Eve Ball?More than half of us watch the New Year's Eve festivities in New York City's Times Square on TV. And the main attraction is the dropping of the 12,000-pound sparkly sphere, which is 12 feet in diameter and has 32,000 LED lights.