Burnsville shooting: Memorial for first responders to be removed

Three weeks after a shooting that took the lives of two Burnsville Police Officers and one firefighter-paramedic, Burnsville officials have announced they will begin to "decommission" a memorial site outside of City Hall set up in their memory.

Former Minnetonka Chief talks about supporting law enforcement

Former Minnetonka Police Chief chats with FOX 9's Corin Hoggard about supporting law enforcement, especially in the wake of the Burnsville shooting that left three first responders dead. The former chief was along the procession route on Wednesday.

Burnsville first responders memorial service [FULL]

The public memorial service for the Burnsville first responders killed on Feb. 18 was held at Grace Church in Eden Prairie on Feb. 28. About 7,600 people were in attendance to pay their respects to Officer Matthew Ruge Officer, Officer Paul Elmstrand and Firefighter-Paramedic Adam Finseth.

Burnsville memorial service: Family reads scriptures

Family members of the fallen Burnsville first responders read three scripture readings during the public memorial service on Feb. 28. Michael Ruge is Matt Ruge's uncle and Brad Finseth is Adam Finseth's father. A friend of Paul's, Mike Seafolk, also read a scripture.