16 Years Later, Minnesotans Remember Victims, Heroes Of 9/11Across the country, memorial services were held to mark the 16th anniversary of 9/11, the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
Solemn Ceremonies As US Commemorates 9/11Holding photos and reading names of loved ones lost 16 years ago, 9/11 victims' relatives marked the anniversary of the attacks at ground zero on Monday with a solemn and personal ceremony.
Massive American Flag Commemorating 9/11 Retired, ReplacedMore than 30 law enforcement officials and veterans retired and replaced a massive American flag Monday morning at the Hennepin County Government Center.
Daughter Of Cop Killed In 9/11 Joins NYPDBrittney Roy, now 22, was 7 years old when her father died.
Senate Dems Side With GOP Against Obama's 9/11 Bill VetoSenate Democrats abandoned President Barack Obama Wednesday, siding with Republicans to overwhelmingly reject his veto and permit families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for the kingdom's alleged backing of the attackers.
9/11 Firefighter Brings Blue Ribbon Challenge To Elk RiverElk River fire chief John Cunningham needs look only at the photographs on his office wall to feel the flood of emotions.
Dayton Orders Flags At Half-Staff, 35W Bridge Lit For 9/11Minnesotans will honor the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks this weekend.
NFL Will Commemorate 9/11 With Pregame Videos From Bush, ObamaNFL teams will commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with special tributes before Sunday's season openers.
Blood Stored In Minn. Helps Family Bury 9/11 VictimA beloved New York City fire battalion chief has been laid to rest nearly 15 years after the 9/11 attacks -- thanks to a discovery made in Minnesota. Lawrence Stack was last seen alive September 11, 2001, helping a man who was injured in the early moments of the attack.
Mental Health Calls In Ramsey Co. To Be Directed To Special LineRamsey County 911 operators are following new protocol as of Tuesday. In the past, operators would dispatch an officer to those calls to mental health calls. Now, they are referring the calls that don't involve weapons or immediate danger to a separate mental health line.
Report: 'U' Student Gov't Rejects 9/11 EventA decision by student government at the University of Minnesota not to hold an event in recognition of the Sept. 11th terrorists' attacks has unleashed critical comments on social media. The Minnesota Student Association last week rejected a resolution to hold a commemorative event or "moment of recognition."
MSA President: Proposed 9/11 Commemoration At U Of M Needs More ResearchA resolution to recommend an annual 9/11 commemoration on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus is moving forward behind the scenes.
Finding Minnesota: Fall Leaf Cruises On The St. CroixNow that it is cooling off, we are starting to see more bursts of red, yellow and orange outside. While many people hop in the car to check out the colors along the roads and highways, there is another vantage point from a national scenic riverway that draws thousands of people each fall.
Buffalo Wild Wings 'Re-Evaluating' Actor Who Lied About 9/11Minnesota-based Buffalo Wild Wings said it is evaluating its endorsement deal with an actor and comedian who confessed to lying about surviving the 9/11 terror attacks.
4 Things To Know: 9/11 Remembered, Shock In Greenwood & MoreThese are the four big stories to be aware of on Friday, Sept. 11. They include a memorial ceremony commemorating the victims of 9/11, and the start of Rosh Hashanah.