'We Rejoice': Boy Attacked At Mall Of America Returns Home After Nearly 5 Months In HospitalThe family of the young boy who was thrown from a third-floor balcony at Mall of America has announced he has return home.
Boy Thrown From Mall Of America Balcony No Longer In Intensive CareAccording to the update, the boy has been moved to an inpatient, physical rehab program at another hospital.
7th Annual High Five For Supplies Drive Prepares Backpacks For Kids In NeedVolunteers are expected to stuff 8,000 backpacks to be distributed to children in need in Minnesota Saturday at the Mall of America.
MOA Announces Walk-In Clinic Opening This Fall
Back-To-School Shopping: When And Where?Fourth of July is barely in our rearview mirror, but some are already thinking about the start of the upcoming school year. Lisa Lipins made a special 1,600-plus mile trip from Arizona to the Mall of America to pick up new school clothes for her 3 kids.
Boy Thrown From Mall Of America Balcony Remains In Intensive CareThe family of the 5-year-old boy thrown over a Mall of America balcony in April says he's has been on a very challenging road to recovery.
Mall Of America Blood Drive Seeks A, B & O BloodOnly three out of every one 100 Americans give blood, and every two seconds in this nation someone needs blood.
Sarah Jessica Parker To Visit MOA For Boutique OpeningThe Mall of America announced Monday actor Sarah Jessica Parker will be on hand at the grand opening of her new boutique in July.
'A Demonic Being': MOA Attack First Responders Discuss Catching Suspect, Treating Young VictimFor the first time, we're hearing from those who rushed to help a young boy tossed off a third-floor balcony at Mall of America.
'Horrific Acts': Emmanuel Aranda Sentenced To 19 Years For Throwing Boy Off MOA BalconyThe man who pleaded guilty to throwing a boy off a balcony at the Mall of America was sentenced Monday to 19 years in prison.
Parents Of Boy Thrown From Mall Balcony Decry Aranda's ActionsThe parents of a 5-year-old Minnesota boy who survived being thrown from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America decried the assailant's actions as "evil" while saying they forgive him at a hearing Monday where a judge handed down a 19-year prison sentence.