20th Anniversary Of 9/11 Reopens Emotional Trauma For ManyDr. Quentin Gabor, a psychiatrist at the University of Minnesota, says it's possible for Minnesotans to experience some form of post-traumatic stress disorder, even if they've never stepped foot in New York City.
Minnesotans Gather To Remember Lives Lost On The 20th Anniversary Of 9/11Minnesota lost four of its own 20 years ago on Sept. 11, 2001: Gordy Aamoth Jr. and Gary Koecheler were in the Twin Towers; Tom Burnett Jr. was on United Flight 93; and Master Sergeant Max Beilke died in the Pentagon attack.
Elk River Priests Look Back At Role They Played In NYC On 9/11, And The Coffee That Saved Their LivesFor two Minnesota priests, 9/11 marks the day they nearly lost their lives.
'Nobody's A Hero, We Were Just Survivors': Minnesotan Recounts Frantic Race Out Of North Tower On 9/11“Nobody’s a hero, we were just survivors,” Scott Wallace said. “We were just trying to get out and stay alive, and by the luck of the plane hitting 12 floors above us.”
'It Took Many Years Before I Could Talk About It': Minnesotans Share Their Firsthand Experiences On 9/11Twenty years ago, the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, affected Minnesotans in profound and various ways. To capture that impact, WCCO-TV invited a group of strangers to come together and speak about how they personally experienced the aftermath firsthand. Some of them shared their stories publicly for the very first time.
Minnesota Volunteers Wave Flags, Honor Those Lost On 9/11Minnesotans made sure not to forget the events or the sacrifices made on this day 19 years ago.
911 Lines Back Up In Minneapolis; Issue With CenturyLink FixedResidents in Minneapolis were urged to call an alternative number Sunday night after police said a phone line issue caused the city's 911 line to go down.
Pelican Rapids Priest Stuck In The Philippines Sees Life Transformed By CoronavirusHe's now told to stay in his hotel room in Manila. Stores and restaurants are all closed and closely watched over by armed guards. Elevators taped off where just two people are allowed on at a time.
Hennepin County Sheriffs Announce Switch To Encrypted Radio SystemA new police call system is coming to the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office to give 911 callers more privacy, the office announced Friday. The decision comes after four years of advisory board discussions. The new system, the office said, will protect personal information callers provide to police such as domestic abuse information, addresses, or keypad codes.
Trump Retweets Video Falsely Claiming Ilhan Omar Danced On 9/11 Anniversary“Ilhan Omar, a member of AOC Plus 3, will win us the Great State of Minnesota. The new face of the Democratic Party!”
'A Pretty Special Day': 9/11 Baby Brightens Dark Day For Twin Cities First RespondersSome local first responders got a call on 9/11 that turned a dark day into the happiest of occasions.
Minnesotans Donate Blood On 18th Anniversary Of 9/11 Terrorist AttacksOn September 11, 2001, thousands lined up outside donation centers across the country to give blood. Eighteen years later, that tradition continues here in Minnesota.
'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.