A son of Rochester's police chief has sued the city, claiming he was discriminated against after being injured while serving in the Army in Iraq and being denied a job when he returned home.
Updated: August 16, 2012, - 09:36 PM
Truman, Minn., agrees to restore his position to settle federal lawsuit.
Updated: August 10, 2012, - 12:28 AM
It's been estimated that since 2001, more than 1,500 service members fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan have suffered severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), the signature injury from explosive blasts.
Updated: August 07, 2012, - 06:44 PM
A Dakota County judge ruled that the Guardsman, who had been denied admission to a VA hospital, was mentally ill.
Updated: July 28, 2012, - 07:29 AM
Blake Uddin takes us through his near-death experience on Highway 52 after he went to the VA hospital seeking help...
Updated: July 27, 2012, - 05:08 PM
Members of the Illinois National Guard were at Camp Ripley near Little Falls, Minn., last week training with their four Shadow drones. The Shadows, which weigh 380 pounds and have a wingspan of 14 feet, are unarmed and have been used primarily for tracking battlefield movement and for protecting bases in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Updated: July 24, 2012, - 06:47 PM
The use of unmanned aerial drones, whose deadly accuracy helped revolutionize modern warfare high above the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, is now spreading intrigue and worry across the plains of North Dakota.
Updated: July 22, 2012, - 06:26 AM
Feds ground balsa wood plane used for checking beaver dams.
Updated: July 21, 2012, - 10:06 PM
Minnesota was named one of 15 "All-Star" states on Tuesday for promoting and protecting the voting rights of the state's military service members and their families.
Updated: July 17, 2012, - 06:18 PM