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Hundreds Head To Fort Snelling Nat'l Cemetery For Memorial Day Weekend

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Fort Snelling National Cemetery is considered the fourth-busiest military cemetery in the United States, out of 134.

Crews buried 18 veterans and their family members on Friday alone. 97 more words


Speech Interrupted: People Affected By Stuttering Speak Out

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — That feeling of holding yourself back from finishing the sentence of a person who stutters — we’ve all been there. On this National Stuttering Awareness Week, WCCO Radio is doing a five-part series on the communication disorder that affects 70 million people worldwide, three million here in the U.S. 497 more words


Search Narrows For University Of Minnesota Athletic Director

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It was last August when former University of Minnesota Athletic Director Norwdood Teague resigned from the school after allegations of sexual harassment surfaced. 300 more words


Mpls. Doctors Save Woman’s Leg After Hit-And-Run

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis doctors managed to save the leg of a 76-year-old woman after she was struck in her electric motorized wheelchair by a hit and run driver, according to family. 313 more words


Forepaugh’s Restaurant: Upscale Dining For The Afterlife

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)  Every Friday in October, WCCO Radio’s Edgar Linares takes us on spooky adventures in the Twin Cities. This Friday’s haunted spot, St. Paul’s Forepaugh’s Restaurant. 284 more words


WCCO Radio Wins Service To America Award

By Edgar Linares and CBS News

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Staff at NewsRadio 830 WCCO are returning home from Washington D.C. with the 2015 Service to America Award. 204 more words


Home Grown: The Somali-American Struggle – How Young Men Are Recruited To Terror

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – “Home Grown: The Somali-American Struggle” looks into the lives of the Somali population in Minnesota. In the second part of this series, WCCO’s Edgar Linares takes a look at how young men are being recruited. 661 more words