MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From Chelsea Clinton’s visit to Minnesota to Paisley Park opening for limited tours, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 6, 2016.
Millions of people along the southeastern U.S. coast are bracing for Hurricane Matthew.
After hitting the Bahamas, the Category 3 storm is expected to regain strength and inch closer to Florida Thursday night. It’ll bring heavy rain and powerful winds.
The deadly hurricane is expected to bring similar conditions to Georgia and the Carolinas over the next few days.
Chelsea Clinton In Minnesota
Chelsea Clinton will be in Minneapolis Thursday campaigning for her mother, Hillary.
Chelsea will encourage supporters to get out and vote early, and lay out the stakes of the upcoming election.
Gov. Mark Dayton will join in the rally that starts at 12:20 p.m. at Plaza Verde on East Lake Street.
There’s a cap to how old we can possibly live, and researchers said we’ve already reached it.
Researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine found the maximum human lifespan peaked in the mid-‘90s.
They put the average maximum human life span at 115 years. They also predict the likelihood of a person exceeding 125 is less than one in 10,000.
On Thursday, Paisley Park opens to fans five and a half months after Prince’s death.
Tours were scheduled to operate daily after Thursday’s opening, but those plans have been scaled back so the city of Chanhassen can review safety and traffic concerns.
Entertainment Tonight got the first look inside.
Fans can see Prince’s studio, his clothing and, according to the Associated Press, his ashes in an urn.