MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From shots at a protest for the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Mo. to more accusations against former University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague, here’s a look at four popular stories in headlines Monday.Campus Alert: Person Robbed Near West Bank By Suspect With Screwdriver
At least one man is in critical condition after shots were fired into crowds protesting in Ferguson, Mo. on the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death.
Police said an officer came under heavy gunfire and returned shots.
Sunday marked the one year anniversary of the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
A grand jury and the U.S. Department of Justice declined to prosecute officer Darren Wilson, who shot Brown.
A new accuser steps forward in the Norwood Teague scandal.
Star Tribune reporter Amelia Rayno shared her story of inappropriate encounters and text messages with the former University of Minnesota athletic director.
The Strib said it verified her accounts. The University said it will investigate.READ MORE: Metro Transit Cutting Down Scheduled Light-Rail Trips Due To Lack Of Drivers
Teague abruptly resigned last week amid sexual harassment complaints.
Presidential Nominees Ramp Up Campaigns
Donald Trump is defending his record on women, while Senator Ted Cruz is seeing a surge in the polls among Republican candidates.
At the same time, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will propose to make college affordable.
A $350-billion plan would use grants to eliminate student borrowing for four-year universities, while eliminating tuition altogether for two-year community-college programs.
Vegemite Used In Alcohol
He smiled and gave me a Vegemite Sandwich…in a glass?!
Australia’s government wants some communities to consider limiting the sale of the popular Vegemite spread because it is being used to make alcohol.
The Prime Minister rejected the ban saying the last thing he wants is a ‘Vegemite watch.’MORE NEWS: Prescription Drug Disposal Set Up For Nat'l Drug Take Back Day
Some will say that’s really “men at work.”