'We Were Able To Unite': Minnesota High School Students Reflect On 9/11Students and teachers are reflecting on 9/11 Wednesday in Minnesota classrooms.
'Some People Did Something': Son Of 9/11 Victim Addresses Ilhan Omar During Memorial CeremonyDuring Wednesday’s ceremony remembering the victims killed on 9/11, a man whose mother died in the terrorist attack took time to admonish Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar over a remark she made earlier this year.
'Come From Away' And 9/11's Real-Life Story Of HopeOn Sept. 11, 2001, Minnetonka’s LuAnn Yattaw was somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean, on her way back from vacation, when the Federal Aviation Administration ordered all planes grounded.
Parts Of Stearns Co. Experiencing Disruption In 911 Calls From LandlinesThe Stearns County Sheriff's Office says parts of the county are experiencing a disruption of services with calls to 911 Tuesday afternoon.
Minnesota County To Be State's 1st To Use 911 Video ChatA county in northwest Minnesota is about to become the first in the state to let cellphone callers stream live video and audio to dispatchers when they call 911 for help.
New Data Shows Thousands Of Minneapolis 911 Calls Do Not Get Immediate Response
The West Metro's 911 Emergency? No One's Calling 911While some law enforcement agencies look to improve response times, another one in the West Metro says citizens aren't calling 911 enough.
Hundreds Gather For 9/11 Memorial Concert At Lake HarrietHundreds came together in solidarity Tuesday night at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis on the 17th anniversary of 9/11.
Hudson Firefighters Lead 24-Hour 9/11 Tribute On I-94People driving between Minnesota and Wisconsin on I-94 are seeing another special tribute on this 17th anniversary of the 9/11.
‘Unbelievable’: Eagle Lands On Aerial Truck During 9/11 DisplayThe Andover Fire Department’s video of an eagle who landed on top of a 9/11 display is quickly gaining viral status.
9/11 Remembered With New MonumentsAmericans are commemorating 9/11 with somber tributes, volunteer projects and a new monument to victims, after a year when two attacks demonstrated the enduring threat of terrorism in the nation's biggest city.