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Jacob Wetterling

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Politics And Red Ink Dominate 2010 Year In News

The white snow flew and the red ink grew as 2010 drew to a close in Minnesota, but the blizzard that brought down the Metrodome roof and the projection of a daunting $6.2 billion state deficit were just two of the year’s most notable stories.

12/28/2010

Person Of Interest Named In Wetterling Case

A man who lives at the farm that was searched this week in connection with the 1989 abduction of Jacob Wetterling says he’s been questioned by authorities numerous times about the boy’s disappearance.

07/02/2010

The Michele Tafoya Show – 7/1/10

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer checks in to talk to Michele about several topics, including his take on the Arizona Immigration Law, the state budget, and the recent reopening of the Jacob Wetterling case. Where […]

07/02/2010

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Cold Case: Jacob Wetterling

Oct. 22 marks 20 years since 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling was abducted at gunpoint near his home in rural St. Joseph, Minn. He has never been found.

07/01/2010

John Williams show

Jacob Wetterling live coverage with Adam Carter Mark Dayton on his tax the rich campaign

07/01/2010

Wetterling Search Continues

Authorities are saying very little about their search of the area in St Joseph where 11 year-old Jacob Wetterling was kidnapped at gunpoint more than 20 years ago.

07/01/2010

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Cold Case: Jacob Wetterling

“No case in the Midwest has changed how we parent our kids” more than that of Jacob Wetterling, said Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner.

01/07/2009

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Cold Case: Jacob Wetterling’s Siblings Talk

Trevor Wetterling was just 10 years old when his older brother Jacob was abducted at gunpoint in 1989 near the family’s home in St. Joseph, Minn. The boys and a friend were on the way home from renting a video at a nearby convenience store. Jacob has not been seen since.

05/22/2007

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