MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From the funeral for the greatest boxer of all time to democrats rallying behind Hillary Clinton, here are the four stories to know for Friday, June 10.
Mourners gather in Louisville, Kentucky Friday to say goodbye to boxing great, Muhammad Ali.
A casket carrying Ali’s body will be driven along a 19-mile procession route in the city ahead of a massive memorial at the KFC Yum! Center.
Former President Bill Clinton, Billy Crystal and Bryant Gumbel will be among the speakers.
Democratic leaders are rallying behind Hillary Clinton after President Obama formally endorsed the party’s presumptive nominee.
On Thursday, Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Elizabeth Warren railed against Clinton’s likely Republican opponent, Donald Trump, calling him out on his inflammatory rhetoric.
The comments came after the President met with Clinton’s primary rival, Bernie Sanders.
As amusement park season gets into full swing, SeaWorld’s new roller coaster opens today.
It’s Orlando’s tallest and fastest coaster, which reaches heights of 200 feet and speeds of 75 miles per hour.
It’s also the centerpiece of SeaWorld’s new Shark Wreck Reef — which features interactive educational zones about sharks.
You can take a break from the heat at the pool this weekend.
A number of them are opening up in the Twin Cities, along with some water parks.
In Minneapolis, lifeguards are on duty starting Saturday at the city’s 12 authorized beaches.
For a full list of openings, click here.