4 Things To Know: Downtown Mpls. Shootings, Kardashian Robbery & More

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From overnight shootings in downtown Minneapolis to the armed robbery of Kim Kardashian, here are the four stories to know from Oct. 3, 2016.

Downtown Minneapolis Shootings

Minneapolis police are investigating after multiple people were shot overnight. It happened just after 1 a.m. Monday in the Warehouse District on Fourth Street between Hennepin Avenue and Nicollet Mall. Police said most of the victims will be OK and one is in stable condition. No word on any arrests or a motive.

Kim Kardashian Robbed

Authorities in Paris are searching for a group of men who they said stole $10 million worth of jewelry from Kim Kardashian. Investigators said five armed, masked men dressed as police officers robbed Kardashian at gunpoint in her private home. They tied her up in the bathroom before taking off with a jewelry box full of valuables. Her husband, Kanye West, abruptly ended his show in New York telling fans he had a family emergency.

Possible End To Nurses’ Strike

Monday could mark the end of the Twin Cities nurses strike. That’s if the nurses’ union votes in favor of the latest contract offer from Allina Health. The main sticking point has been health insurance. While they will keep the two most popular union health plans for the duration of the new contract, Allina Health is offering a $700 bonus to provide an incentive for nurses to transition to its company health plans. The nurses have been on strike for nearly a month.

Vikings-Giants Game

The Vikings look to keep their undefeated streak going as they take on the Giants Monday night at U.S. Bank Stadium. The game will air right here on WCCO. We’ll have pregame coverage starting at 7 p.m.. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.. Right now, the Vikings are 3-0.


One Comment

  1. Dan Mack says:

    Mayor Betsy encourages you to: Support our black armed robbers downtown. Bring your valuables to the game. Cell phones, watches, jewelry, wallets/purses, credit cards accepted as well as cash. We all do well when they do well.

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