4 Things To Know: Einstein Was Right, Bernie Sanders & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Thursday, June 16. They include fines against the companies building the new Vikings stadium.
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.
Clinton, Trump Differ On Response To Orlando ShootingPolitics quickly came into play after the shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left 49 people dead. The presumptive presidential candidates weighed in on what can be done to prevent another massacre.
Stories Of Survival And Loss Emerge In Orlando MassacreThe heartbreaking reality is setting in for many survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting. This was no nightmare.
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Vigil Held At Loring Park For Orlando Shooting VictimsA vigil was held at Loring Park Sunday night for the victims of a shooting at a nightclub in Orlando that left at least 50 people dead.
Minnesotans Honor Victims Of Orlando Nightclub ShootingAt eagleBOLT, a gay bar in downtown Minneapolis, the weekend liveliness was subdued.
I-35W Bridge Lit With Rainbow Colors For Orlando Shooting VictimsThe I-35W bridge will be lit with rainbow colors to honor the victims of the nightclub attack in Orlando.
PrideFest Milwaukee Increases Security After Nightclub ShootingPrideFest Milwaukee stepped up security on its final day in response to the deadly shooting inside a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Minnesota Muslim Community Condemns Orlando ShootingThe Minnesota Muslim community has condemned the actions of the shooter who killed 50 people at an Orlando nightclub.
Gov. Dayton, MPD Chief React To Orlando Nightclub ShootingIn the wake of a shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left at least 50 people dead, prominent figures in Minnesota are offering their condolences to those affected.
50 Dead, 53 Hurt In Orlando Nightclub ShootingMultiple news outlets reported that the shooter had called 911 shortly before the attack and pledged allegiance to the Islamic State.