MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From Alabama’s governor resigning to Tesla’s success, here are the four things to know for Tuesday, April 11.
Sweden Truck AttackREAD MORE: Twin Cities Jazz Festival Returns In June
The driver of a stolen beer truck who’s accused of ramming into a crowd in Sweden has admitted to the crime. Police the 39-year-old from Uzbekistan killed four people and injured 15 others. He’s suspected of crimes against national security and terrorism.
Alabama Governor Resigns
Alabama has a new governor Tuesday morning after Robert Bentley resigned amid a scandal. The 74 year old Republican quit after allegations of ethics violations. Those include using state resources to facilitate an affair with a top aide. Former Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey was sworn in last night.READ MORE: Both Directions Of I-94 Closed Near Albany Following Fatal Crash, Serious Backup Collision
Move over General Motors Tesla is now the most valuable automaker in America. It hit a market value of just over $50 billion Monday. The news means the company is inching closer to some of the world’s most valuable automakers, like Honda and Toyota.
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The Minnesota Timberwolves will play their final home game tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder. With a win, the Wolves would finish the season with a winning record at Target Center. Minnesota will also unveil it’s new logo for next season. Tip-off is at 7.