Former Minnesota Politician Joe Begich DiesFrom 1975 through 1992, he served as representative for Minnesota's 6A and 6B districts, consecutively.
French New Wave Director Agnes Varda Dies At 90Varda was a fixture for years at the Cannes Film Festival, where she presented more than a dozen films from 1958 to 2018.
'50s Teen Idol Tab Hunter Dies At 86Hunter was a star for several years. In addition to his hit movies, his recording of "Young Love" topped the Billboard pop chart in 1957.
Science Scholar Stephen Hawking Dies At 76In some ways, Hawking was the inheritor of Albert Einstein's mantle of the genius-as-celebrity.
Oscar-Winning Actor Martin Landau Dies At 89Landau was the crafty master of disguise for the TV version of "Mission: Impossible."
'Night Of The Living Dead' Director George A. Romero Dead At 77Romero died Sunday following a battle with lung cancer, said his family in a statement.
Vincent Bugliosi, 'Helter Skelter' Author, Dies At 80Vincent Bugliosi, a prosecutor who parlayed his handling of the Charles Manson trial into a career as a bestselling author, has died, his son said Monday night. He was 80 years old.
Former WCCO-TV Film Editor Claude Heisch DiesWCCO-TV is remembering former film editor Claude Heisch, who passed away last week at the age of 89. Heisch was born in Enghien Les Bains, France, and moved to the United States in 1950 after working as a photographer with the French military.
Veteran WCCO Radio Broadcaster Dick Chapman DiesLongtime WCCO personality Dick Chapman passed away after an extended illness. After studying journalism at the University of Missouri, the Kansas City native came to WCCO in 1957, first as a news writer for Cedric Adams.
Pill Thieves Might Be Mining Victims From Obituaries A grieving widow thinks her husband's obituary made her a target for prescription pill thieves.