MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From a partial ceiling collapse at First Avenue to Jesse Ventura talking about being a possible vice president candidate for Donald Trump, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Aug. 13.Brooklyn Park Joins Growing List Of Minnesota Cities Requiring Masks In City Buildings
While at least 3 people recover, investigators will try to figure out what caused part of the ceiling to collapse on a crowd at historic First Avenue.
Candian rock band Theory of a Dead Man had been playing when tiles started falling. They appeared to be saturated with water.
The building was evacuated and firefighters had to shut off water flow to pipes in the ceiling.
First Ave is now closed and those hurt are expected to recover.
Jesse Ventura is getting national attention after saying on his “off the grid” online show that he would consider being Donald Trump’s running mate.
Ventura thinks his name would help bring in votes.
In 2000, Trump did attend a fundraiser in the Twin Cities for Ventura. The then-Governor announced his support for a Trump run at the White House.READ MORE: Wastewater Testing Reveals Scale Of St. Paul's COVID Spread
3D holograms are cool, but doing them yourself on your smartphone is even cooler.
A tech reviewer recently posted a “how to” to YouTube and it’s actually somewhat easy.
The projector is old CD Cases. Graph out the trapezoid, place the case on graph and cut it into pieces, tape it on the sides, and then place on top of your cell phone and play a multi-faced hologram video.
A video festival was really the cat’s meow!
More than 11,000 people flocked to CHS Field for the fourth annual Internet Cat Video Festival.MORE NEWS: 'I'm Scared For My Patients': As COVID Cases Surge, Delta Plus Variant Worries Medical Experts
This was the first year it was held at the new baseball stadium in St. Paul.