Here’s what you need to know for July 19, 2015.
Number 1: Many In Minnesota Still Without Power
As of 6 a.m. Sunday, 50,000 Xcel Energy customers still didn’t have power after this weekend’s storms.
On Saturday morning, about 225,000 customers throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin lost power.
Xcel thinks it’ll restore service to 95 percent of customers by the end of Sunday.
The National Weather Service says it has confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down near Watertown, which is west of the Twin Cities.
Number 2: Memorial For Slain Mpls. Artist
There’s going to be a memorial walk Sunday night to remember a woman killed in her north Minneapolis home.
Susan Spiller, 68, was found dead in the 5100 block of Dupont Avenue North Thursday morning.
No arrests have been made in the case.
Family and friends will meet at the Lind Community Garden at 7 p.m. to take a special walk through Spiller’s neighborhood.
Number 3: Donald Trump Under Fire…Again
The Republican presidential hopeful is being attacked for his comments about Sen. John McCain, who was a prisoner of war in the Vietnam War.
On Saturday, Trump said that McCain was no war hero.
Trump said he likes people that weren’t captured.
Number 4: Record-Breaking Concert
Country singer Kenny Chesney will put on another show Sunday night in Target Field.
That’s an all-time record attendance for any event in Target Field.
Chesney held the last record at Target Field with just under 44,000 in 2013.