World War II Medals Found In Rochester ParkA piece of history discovered in a southern Minnesota park has created quite the mystery for police. Two World War II medals were found wrapped in an old sheet in Silver Lake Park last week.
5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About MinnesotaImpress your friends with these five little-known facts about Minnesota
'Phoenix' Achieves Moments Of Brilliance, Explores Identity After The HolocaustPerhaps the best thing about Phoenix, the latest film from German director Christian Petzold, is that the ending is perfect, absolutely perfect. Not only does it neatly wrap the post-WWII story together, it hits you with a punch of emotion so strong you’ll be teary-eyed and breathless as the credits roll in dead silence.
4 Things To Know: A WWII Anniversary & Coyotes In BloomingtonHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Aug. 16.
WWII Veteran Glider Pilots Reunite In Anoka Co.They played a key role in storming the beaches at Normandy, but they don't always get the recognition in the history books. On Saturday, dozens of World War II glider pilots from around the country met to share their stories at the Anoka County airport.
Augsburg Renames Football Field For 100-Year-Old AlumAugsburg College helped give a newly 100-year-old man quite the memorable birthday celebration. Edor Nelson was born in Dawson, Minnesota in 1914. He graduated from Augsburg in 1938, where he played baseball, football and basketball.
89-Year-Old WWII Veteran Skydives With GrandchildrenA paratrooper from World War II got the chance to relive that experience Saturday morning. The 89-year-old made an activities list for this year and the first request was to skydive with his grandchildren.
Holocaust Survivor In Minnesota Dies At 92A Minnesota resident who survived the Holocaust three-quarters of a century ago has died at age 92. A spokesperson for the Jewish Community Relations Council confirmed that Ruth "Margot" DeWilde passed away over the weekend.
Dozens Of WWII Veterans Given Honor Flight To Washington, D.C.Dozens of local World War II veterans are back from a one-day trip to Washington, D.C. They flew out at 6:15 a.m. Saturday morning and returned home around 10:30 p.m.
John Williams interviews WWII / Nazi reenactor Scott Steben
Movie Blog: 'LEGO Movie' Incredibly Well ConstructedWhen I say that "The LEGO Movie" is more subversive than anything Jean-Luc Godard put out after the mid-'60s, it's because for there to be a subversion, you first have to ambush a group of people that weren't planning on having their worldview altered.
Murder Charges Recommended In Minn. Nazi Case A German federal prosecutor in charge of investigating Nazi crimes says he is recommending murder charges against a Minnesota man shown in a June AP report to be a former commander in a Nazi SS-led unit accused of burning villages filled with women and children.