Man Fatally Shot By Austin Police Officer ID'dAuthorities have released the name of an Austin man killed following an officer-involved shooting this week.
Man Shot, Killed By Austin Police Officer State agents are investigating a fatal shooting by a police officer in Austin.
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Wander Minnesota: The New and Improved SPAM MuseumIt's back, it's bigger and better than ever and it's right downtown Austin: Hormel's SPAM Museum. The museum recently reopened in Austin after an extensive renovation and expansion.
New Spam Museum Opens In Austin, Minn.It's exactly what Spam lovers have been waiting for. The new and improved Spam Museum in Austin, Minnesota opened this weekend.
Officer, Suspect ID'd In Austin Officer-Involved ShootingLaw enforcement officials have identified the officer and suspect in last week's officer-involved shooting in Austin, Minnesota.
Police Find $45,000 Worth Of Meth In Austin, Minn.Police pulled over Bonnie Sutton, 34, for driving erratically. After bringing in a K9 unit, police found 28.5 grams of meth, according to Chief Brian Krueger of the Austin Police Department.
48 Hours In Austin, TexasA practical guide for visitors who have just 48 hours to visit the beautiful city of Austin, Texas
Best Music Classes For Kids In MinnesotaWhether you want your child to be the next Mozart or simply seek well-rounded intellectual and emotional development, take a look at these options for making music a part of his or her life.
Google To Begin Testing Self-Driving Cars In WashingtonGoogle says it will begin testing its self-driving cars in Kirkland, Washington.
Chief: Austin Woman Killed In Christmas Day House FireAuthorities are investigating a Christmas Day house fire in Austin that left one person dead. Austin Fire Chief Jim McCoy says the fire was reported just after 3 p.m. Friday. The victim was found dead inside.
Man Acquitted Of Killing Austin Man During Philadelphia iPod TheftA man already serving a life sentence has been acquitted of murder in the shooting death of an aspiring teacher during an iPod robbery in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the jury found Marcellus Jones not guilty of all charges Wednesday, including murder and conspiracy to commit robbery, in the death of 23-year-old Beau Zabel.

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