MINNEPAOLIS (WCCO) – From new DNA testing technology in the JonBenet Ramsey case to the possible return of Adrian Peterson to the Minnesota Vikings, here is a look at the top four stories from Dec. 14, 2016.
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New DNA testing technology could help provide answers in the unsolved murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey. The murder occurred in Colorado nearly 20 years ago.
This comes after an investigation by news sources in Denver that say they uncovered flaws in the interpretation of previous DNA testing.
Boulder police and prosecutors hope the new technology will further the investigation of the 1996 murder. The new tests would tap into an FBI database that includes genetic profiles from more than 15-million known offenders and arrestees.
From pizza to burgers.
After 38 years on Hennepin Avenue, the Green Mill is closing its Uptown restaurant. In its place, another Red Cow.
This will be the fourth Red Cow restaurant in the Twin Cities.
There will still be 11 Green Mills in the Twin Cities.READ MORE: Woodbury Man Charged With 8 Felony Counts Of Child Pornography
AirPods Go On Sale
Apple’s wireless earbuds, AirPods, are on sale just in time for the holidays.
AirPods original launch in October was delayed. Apple was reportedly having a hard time getting them to work.
The new headphones cost $159, and are a key accessory for the iPhone 7 because the new phone doesn’t have a headphone jack.
Adrian Peterson returns to practice starting Wednesday.
He has said he would not come back to play if the Vikings were out of the playoff picture.
Minnesota is 7 and 6, and if they win this weekend he could return on the Christmas Eve game against the Green Bay Packers.MORE NEWS: Family Identifies Menards Employee Killed In Forklift Accident As 19-Year-Old James Stanback
Peterson suffered a knee injury on Sept. 18.