MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Here are the four stories you need to know for Tuesday, April 14.

Charges In Barway Collins’ Death

The father of Barway Collins was arrested Monday, now charges are expected against him.

Police think he’s responsible for the disappearance and death of his 10-year-old son.

Searchers found Barway’s on Saturday in the Mississippi River in North Minneapolis.

He was last seen alive March 18 after getting out of his school van.

Ramp Worker Trapped In Plane’s Cargo Hold

A worker stuck in a cargo hold of an Alaska Airlines flight has forced an emergency landing.

The plane landed safely in Seattle 14 minutes after pilots heard a person banging in the cargo hold of the 737. It was a ramp worker.

The man told authorities he had fallen asleep.

The cargo hold is pressurized and temperature controlled.

The airline is now investigating.

Wiggins’ A Bright Spot On Wolves Team

The Timberwolves may have struggled this season, but check out Andrew Wiggins!

The Timberwolves rookie climbed the ladder for the dunk over 7-footer New Orleans Pelican Omer Asik.

Wiggins scored a total of 15 points in the game. However, the Pelicans did beat the Wolves 100 to 88.

Wednesday is the team’s last home game at Target Center. They play the Oklahoma City Thunder at 7 p-m.

Hillary Clinton Goes Unnoticed At Chipotle

Hillary Clinton may want her image to be more “everyday American” as she’s said, but this might be too far.

When Clinton stopped into a Chipotle in Ohio, no one recognized her.

In fact, the store manager wasn’t even aware Clinton had been there until a New York Times reporter called and had him check the security footage.

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