MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From a missing St. Paul boy found to Joe Biden’s visit to Minnesota, here are the four stories to know for Friday, Oct. 28.

Missing Boy Found

We’re hoping to learn more today about the circumstances surrounding a St. Paul boy who disappeared for one day. Police found the 9-year-old not too far from his own house last night. His mother told WCCO that police took the boy into custody and she hasn’t been allowed to see him. We’re still waiting for more information from St. Paul police.

Joe Biden In Minnesota

Vice President Joe Biden will be in Duluth today, campaigning alongside U.S. Representative Rick Nolan. He’s locked in a battle with Republican Stewart Mills for the 8th district. The event will be held at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Doors open to the public at 10 Friday morning. We have a crew up there and will have the latest on our news at 5 and 6.

Pence OK After Plane Incident

Investigators will see if bad weather conditions played a role in the rough landing of Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Mike Pence’s airplane. The accident happened last night as the aircraft was landing at New York’s LaGuardia Airport in heavy rain. None of the estimated 30 people on board, including Pence’s family, were injured.

Game 3 Of World Series

The World Series heads to Wrigley Field Friday night for Game 3. The matchup between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians is now tied at one game apiece. It’s the Cubs’ FIRST World Series home-game since 1945.

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