MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From new developments in the disappearance of Jacob Wetterling to Daylight Saving Time, here are the top four stories for Friday, Oct. 30, 2015.
Significant developments have been made in the disappearance of Jacob Wetterling.
The FBI arrested 52-year-old Danny Heinrich who they’re describing as a person of interest. He’s been charged with possession of child pornography.
Court documents said after the Wetterling abduction in 1989 investigators interviewed Heinrich four times.
Heinrich will have a preliminary hearing in federal court in St. Paul next Wednesday.
More Clinton Emails Released
The State Department will release another batch of Hillary Clinton’s personal emails Friday. It’s unlikely the emails will show much beyond her daily interactions with staff and lawmakers.
Clinton’s standing in polls have improved since the last set of emails were released in September.
The monthly releases will continue until January.
The World Series heads back to New York Friday for a critical Game 3.
The Kansas City Royals beat the New York Mets in the first two games. They need just two more wins to be crowned the champions.
The Mets will have a home-field advantage Friday as the team tries to dig itself out of a hole.
Enjoy an extra hour of sleep this weekend! Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday.
The idea behind Daylight Saving Time is that fewer car accidents happen during daylight hours and it also saves energy.
When added up, the Department of Energy said more than 1-billion kilowatt-hours have been saved. That’s enough to power about 122,000 homes for a year.