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BLM Holds Vigil For Clark Outside Of Police Station In Day 3 Of ProtestsThe FBI says it will start a criminal civil rights investigation into the death of Jamar Clark That is one of the demands the Twin Cities Black Lives Matter group made after Clark's death on Saturday.
Community Wants Answers After Officer-Involved Shooting In MinneapolisPeople in north Minneapolis are demanding answers after a man was shot by police overnight. Police say around 12:45 a.m. Sunday, they had a report of a man assaulting a woman in the 1600 block of Plymouth Avenue.
HS Football Fans Flock To Final Outdoor Prep BowlThe Prep Bowl is taking place at TCF Bank Stadium this weekend. It is the last year teams will play their state title games outdoors. The event will move back indoors after a two-year layoff next year. Teams will play at U.S. Bank Stadium like they did at the Metrodome.
2 Weeks After Cardiac Arrest, Rush City Teen Back At SchoolA teenager is back at school two weeks after he went into cardiac arrest during gym. Last month, Jared Loomis collapsed during Phys. Ed. at Rush City High School. He went into cardiac arrest and he wasn't breathing.
Family, Friends Of Teen Victim Give Impact Statement In DWI TrialIt was an emotional day in court as a judge heard victim impact statements in a DWI crash that killed a 17-year-old boy. Family members read impact statements during the sentencing for 34-year-old Charles Hendricks. He was ultimate sentenced to 54 months in prison.
Minnesota's Snowy Owl Influx May Not Be A Good SignWe are seeing an eruption of snowy owls in Minnesota. The birds spend most of their time in the Arctic and Northern Canada. But about once a decade, when their food source gets low, they fly south to northern Minnesota.
Mpls. Restaurant Responds To Credit Card Fraud ClaimsCustomers of a Minneapolis restaurant say they have been overcharged thousands of dollars. Since October, Linus Nyambu and others say the Blue Nile Restaurant has taken small amounts of money out of their accounts at a time -- which have added up to thousands in overdraws.
Timberwolves Fans Pay Tribute To Flip Saunders At Home OpenerMonday night friends, fans and competitors of Flip Saunders said thanks to the former Timberwolves coach who died last week. Monday was the first home game for the Timberwolves since Saunders' death.
Statute Of Limitations Comes Into Question In Wetterling CaseTwenty-six-years later there has been a major development in the disappearance of an 11-year-old Minnesota boy. The FBI has arrested a man who they say is a "person of interest" in the Jacob Wetterling abduction case.
For Wetterlings, It's Been A Long Road To AnswersSince his abduction, Jacob's family has been through a roller coaster of memories, anniversaries, and false hope. Through their grief, the Wetterlings have worked to help other families of missing and exploited children.
Good Question: What Does Stress Do To Our Bodies?Jerry Kill talked about his lack of sleep and how the monster of coaching a Big Ten school can wear you out. Like many jobs, coaching can be high pressure and high stress. So what does stress do to our bodies?
Good Question: Why Do We Go Trick-Or-Treating?Halloween is just a few days away, and it is estimated that more than 41 million kids will go trick-or-treating this year. More than $2 billion will be spent on candy in the U.S., from Snickers, to Kit Kats, to Three Musketeers.
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