MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From Gov. Mark Dayton fainting at a Woodbury event to Cuba going online, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.Infant Found Dead, Mother Arrested During St. Cloud Welfare Check, Police Say
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is waking up at Regions Hospital Monday morning. He fainted Sunday during an event in Woodbury.
Dayton’s office reports he remained in the hospital overnight as a precaution.
Dayton underwent back surgery in December.
Cuba is going online — with the launch of the first broadband home internet service in two neighborhoods in Havana.
Right now, home broadband is only legal for diplomats and employees of foreign companies.
The government will also let cafes, bars and restaurants connect to broadband.READ MORE: President Biden To Visit Rosemount This Week To Discuss Infrastructure Package
Google is reportedly testing solar-powered drones that could deliver high-speed internet from the air that is 40-times faster than 4G.
According to the Guardian, secretive test flights are being conducted above Spaceport America in New Mexico.
The project is code named Sky Bender.
Colorful Cola Bottles
Store shelves are about to get a lot more colorful.
Coca Cola is teaming up with HP to print one-of-a-kind designs for 12 ounce Diet Coke bottles.MORE NEWS: Children's Wisconsin Still Treating 7 Victims From Waukesha Christmas Parade Crash
The marketing campaign is called “It’s Mine”.