4 Things To Know: Orlando Shooter's Wife, Unbeaten Lynx & MoreHere are the four stories you need to know about for Wednesday, June 15. They include a frightening incident involving an alligator, and the memorial service plans for a hockey legend.
Tinder App To Block Users Under 18Many use the dating app Tinder to find their next potential mate. Some of them are not over the age of 18.
Herman School Graduates Class Of 2016 ... All 1 Of ThemHigh schools all over the state are graduating the class of 2016, and that's no different in Herman, Minnesota. The only major variable in this case is a matter of class size.
'Saved By The Bell's Screech Back In Wisconsin JailThe actor best known for playing Screech in TV's "Saved By The Bell" is back in jail in Wisconsin.
Science Museum's Mummy A Lot Younger Than ThoughtNot that it's going to put much spring back into his step, but the mummy on display at the Science Museum of Minnesota is actually more than 1,000 years younger than initially thought.
World's 1st Surviving Septuplets Graduate H.S. In IowaThe world's first surviving septuplets have graduated from their Iowa high school.
51 Personalized MN License Plates Flagged For ReviewThe Department of Motor Vehicle Services has reviewed every one of the state's 98,564 personalized plates, and flagged 51 as possibly offensive.
Minnesota Bucks Trends With Most Popular Baby NamesLast week, the Social Security Administration announced Noah and Emma as the top boy and girl names in the U.S.
Walz Wins Franken's 2016 Hotdish CompetitionAfter being postponed from its original date on March 16, Sen. Al Franken's sixth annual Hotdish Competition was held on Wednesday.
The Prince Concert That Could've Been: U.S. Bank StadiumDetails have emerged suggesting Prince may have been in line to be the first musician to perform a concert at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Herbivorous Butcher Serves Paul McCartney DinnerA local vegan butcher shop had the honor of serving dinner to Sir Paul McCartney before his concert in Minneapolis last night.
New Pet Owners Fighting For 'Paw-ternity' Time OffA number of businesses in the United Kingdom have now started offering employees the option to take time off for new pets.