MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From a witness in the Jacob Wetterling abduction case speaking on the arrest of Danny Heinrich to the breakfast habits of healthy Americans, here are the top four stories to know from Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015.

Aaron Larson Speaks On Heinrich Arrest

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New information continues to surface 26 years after the abduction of Jacob Wetterling.

Wetterling’s best friend told WCCO’s Liz Gollin his gut tells him the new person of interest in the case could very well be the masked man who told him to run the night Jacob was kidnapped.

He said investigators have never talked to him about Danny Heinrich, but that now he’s waiting to hear Heinrich’s voice.

Larson describes the voice of the man who took Jacob as very deep, like he had a cold. He said it’s something he’ll remember if he hears it again.

The Dakota-Raptor

Archaeologists have found remains of what they believe was one of the biggest raptors to ever exist in South Dakota.

Reports state it was 16 feet long with sickle like claws of nearly 10 inches. Researchers said it also had feathers but couldn’t fly.

The fossils date back about 66 million years.

Perry Vs. Swift Continues

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The feud continues between Swift and Perry…sort of.

Forbes released its list of the highest paid women in music and Perry came out on top. The list stated Perry made $135 million this year. Taylor Swift was a distant second at $80 million.

Fleetwood Mac stars Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie were third with Lady Gaga and Beyonce following.

Healthy Breakfast Habits

How about some free breakfast?

Taco Bell is serving up free crunch wraps until 11 a.m. Thursday, but that may not be the breakfast you should choose if you want to be slim.

A new study at Cornell University took a look at what slim people eat for breakfast.

The most common breakfast foods were fruit, dairy, cold cereal and bread.

Only four percent said they skip breakfast altogether.

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