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A ceremony took place at 2 p.m. Monday to honor those who have died.

New Names Added to Veterans Memorial in Richfield

Commemorations are happening all across the Twin Cities metro this Memorial Day. In Richfield, fallen soldiers were honored at a memorial site on Portland Avenue. Thirty-nine new veteran names were added to the Honoring All Veterans Memorial there, making a total of 868 engravings...


  • A worker removes a desk from the Hosue floor Tuesday. Session Complete, Capitol Reconstruction Gains Speed

    A more than $300 million remodeling project has moved into fast-forward mode at the Minnesota State Capitol. On Monday, workers removed all of the portraits of the former governors along with original 1905 capitol desks and furniture...

  • Minnesota Twins' Trevor Plouffe rounds second after hitting a two-run home run off Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Francisco Liriano during the second inning. Twins Knock Liriano Out Early, Beat Pirates 8-5

    Brian Dozier got Minnesota started with a home run in the first inning and Trevor Plouffe hit a two-run shot in a six-run second as the Twins built an early 7-0 lead then held on for an 8-5 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night...

  • Ryan Hunter-Reay reacts after watching the wreck of James Hinchcliffe, of Canada, during practice for the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Monday, May 18, 2015. Top News Photos: May 18

    Top news photos from around the world show scenes from London, where people gathered to see the Chelsea Flower Show, a Jordanian tank advanced in an 18-nation military exercise in Saudi Arabia and heavily tattooed youths pose during the Athens Tattoo Convention in Greece...

  • KSTP File Photo PHOTO GALLERY: Opening Day of 2015 Valleyfair Season

    Families came out to Valleyfair on Friday for the first day of the 2015 season. We were there as people enjoyed all of the rides, food and entertainment that the amusement park had to offer...

  • Minnesota Orchestra Meets with Cuban Music Students

    Musicians from the Minnesota Orchestra had a musical exchange with students at a small university in Havana on Thursday. It's called the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA). This university has more than 1,000 students, all studying the arts...

  • Nepalese army soldiers carry Samjhana Khadka, 28, who was injured when her house that was damaged in the April 25 earthquake collapsed in Tuesday’s earthquake, at Lele in Lalitpur, Nepal, Thursday, May 14, 2015. Top News Photos: May 14

    Top News Photos from around the world depict the aftermath of the Saudi-led airstrikes, NATO discussing ways to end the crisis in Ukrain, Nepalese soldiers helping residents of Nepal recover from the earthquake, ambulances carrying Shiites who were attacked on a bus in Pakistan, and more...

  • A police water-cannon disperses women demonstrators as they try to march to the town center, in the Ngagara district of Bujumbura, Burundi Wednesday, May 13, 2015. Top News Photos: May 13

    Top news photos shows images of Spanish bullfighter Paco Urena being gored by a bull in Madrid, Spain, police dispersing women demonstrators with water-cannons, emergency personnel helping after a fatal Amtrak crash...

  • The Minnesota Orchestra has arrived in Havana, Cuba. Minnesota Orchestra Makes Historic Trip to Cuba

    The Minnesota Orchestra traveled to Cuba last week on a historic trip 85 years in the making. The orchestra played concerts Friday night and Saturday night that were broadcast throughout Cuba and back to the United States...

  • Minnesota Twins' Danny Santana (39) celebrates with Joe Mauer (7) after scoring on a Torii Hunter sacrifice fly against the Detroit Tigers in the eighth inning Twins 0-For-8 With RISP, Fall in 10 Innings in Detroit

    Ian Kinsler's RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted the Detroit Tigers to a 2-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night. The Twins were 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position...

  • Emergency personnel work the scene of a deadly train wreck Tuesday in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Mayor Upset about Train Speed

    Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter says he's frustrated to learn how fast the Amtrak train was going in a 50 mph zone when it derailed, killing seven people. National Transportation Safety Board member Robert Sumwalt says the train was traveling at 106 mph when the engineer hit the brakes Tuesday night...

  • USAID rescue workers inspect the site where buildings collapsed in an earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, Tuesday. Top News Photos: May 12

    Top news photos from Tuesday, May 12, depict scenes from the second major earthquake that hit Nepal, a royal garden party held at Buckingham Palace, and the ABC Network 2015 Programming Upfront...

  • Week In Photos: May 3 - May 9

    Top news photos from this week depict scenes from the U.K's General Election, New York City Police officer Brian Moore's funeral, and the welterweight title fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao..

  • Tartan High School had a mock crash Friday. Parents Concerned with Future of SADD Program at Tartan High School

    Tartan High School teaches juniors and seniors about the dangers of distracted driving with a "mock car crash," a program that is run by SADD, "Students Against Distructive Decisions." But with budget cuts laying off the teacher who directs this organization at the end of the year, some parents are worried about the future of SADD...

  • Minnesota Wild defenseman Marco Scandella (6) and Chicago Blackhawks left wing Bryan Bickell (29) chase the puck in front of Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane (88) during the second period of Game 4. Wild-Blackhawks Game 4: Play-by-Play

    The Minnesota Wild needed a win Thursday in their game against the Chicago Blackhawks to continue into game five. The Wild lost to the Blackhawks 4-3 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul...

  • Filipino environmental activists wear a mock container vans filled with garbage to symbolize the 50 containers of waste that were shipped from Canada to the Philippines two years ago. Top News Photos: May 7

    Top News Photos around the world depict scenes of violence in Burundi, Filipino environmental activists protesting about Canada sending its waste to the Philippines, Nepalese citizens returning back to a normal life after the earthquake, Pittsburgh settles lawsuit about policies discriminating blacks, and more...








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