MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From the Minnesota Lynx winning their third championship title in five years to Coca-Cola and Kellogg’s frustration with Tom Brady, here’s a look at the top four stories for Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015.MISSING PERSONS: Dustin Sundin
Minnesota, yes Minnesota, is the home to a dynasty.
For the third time in the last five years, the Minnesota Lynx are the WNBA Champions
They beat Indiana 69 – 52 in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals Wednesday night to win the series on their home court.
The Lynx also set a record for the largest home crowd in team history, drawing close to 19,000 fans to the Target Center.
A horrifying death is drawing national attention.
A teenager is dead and his brother seriously injured after police said they were beaten as part of a “counseling session” at the Word of Life Church in upstate New York.
They said the two young men were subject to hours of physical punishment by their parents and four other church members as a way to confess their sins.
All six have been arrested.READ MORE: Scandia Man Charged In Overdose Death Of Chisago County Jail Inmate
If you’re flying out of the country over MEA break don’t worry, U.S. Customs computers at airports across the country are back online.
On Wednesday, a major glitch led to massive delays.
Officials said it happened due to an issue with the system that checks passengers against terrorism watch lists.
Authorities do not believe the incident was malicious in nature.
Coca-Cola and Kellogg’s aren’t happy with Tom Brady.
The New England Patriots quarterback criticized their products during a radio interview this week.
Brady called Coke, “poison for kids” and questioned whether Frosted Flakes are actually food.MORE NEWS: 'We Cannot Let This Be A Tragic, Lost Opportunity': Ben Crump Urges Lawmakers Not To Give Up On George Floyd Justice In Policing Act
The two companies hit back in statements Wednesday saying its products are safe and could be part of a balanced lifestyle.