Twin Cities Reeling From Record-Setting Memorial Day RainWaterlogged land across the Twin Cities can't seem to dry out. We're just a quarter-inch away from the wettest spring ever recorded at the airport -- and a record-setting Memorial Day will take some time to recover from.
Minnesota Pastor On A Mission To Return WWI Medal To Veteran's FamilyTony Oltmann, of Cross Lake, won some tools and a metal cabinet in an online auction, and when he finally got the cabinet open, what he found inside put him on a mission.
Hundreds Attend Rainy Memorial Day At Fort SnellingHonoring the sacrifice American troops have made to keep us free. That's what this Memorial Day is all about.
Minnesota Weather: Rainy Memorial Day Followed By Rounds Of ShowersHave outdoor plans for Memorial Day? You might need a backup. Rain is expected to start falling Monday morning and continue through the afternoon and evening hours.
Fort Snelling Volunteers Place 200K Memorial FlagsVolunteers placed American flags on all 200,000 headstones at Fort Snelling National Cemetery Sunday. It takes about 6 or 7,000 volunteers to put flags in front of every single headstone.
Minnesota's Memorial Day Events And DealsMemorial Day is here for us to most importantly honor our fallen veterans. What is also here are business and events to help everyone celebrate.
How Did Memorial Day Start?Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial start to summer – a day to barbeque, go to the lake or just spend time with friends and family. Sometimes, the important reason behind why it’s even considered a holiday can be forgotten. So, Charlie from Bloomington asked for a reminder: How did Memorial Day start? Good Question.
Working For The Weekend: Memorial Day ActivitiesThe long Memorial Day weekend is just around the corner, so you might be Workin' for the Weekend. If you are staying in town and are looking for ways to honor our fallen heroes, WCCO This Morning has you covered.
Memorial Day Traffic Expected To Be Near Record-LevelAbout 37 million are expected to hit the road, and another 3 million will fly to their vacation spot.
University Of Memphis Now Tuition Free For Families Of Fallen SoldiersThe University of Memphis is making tuition free for the children and spouses of United States soldiers who died in the line of duty.
'There Was No Closure': Minnesota Veterans Journey To War Memorial, Pay Tribute To Fallen FriendsIt's not easy living with the memories of war. But for this group, the Washington trip was a chance to honor their buddies who didn't make it home and a kind of therapy for what still haunts them.
Dutch Put Faces To America’s War DeadFor 73 years, the Dutch people have been caring for these American graves -- a commitment to caretaking that gets handed down between generations.
March Aims To Raise Awareness On Veteran, Soldier SuicideOn one of the hottest days of the year, a group of former and current military service members, moms and dads, brothers and sisters were focused on something more pressing than the heat.
Flags Placed At Every Grave At Fort Snelling CemeteryThere is a memorial ceremony every year at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, but this year things were different.
74 Years After WWII Soldier's Death, Family Receives ClosureLast fall, Project Recover, a group that searches the seas for military members missing in action since WWII, set out to find Sgt. Emmer's plane.