4 Things To Know: WI Double Murder Trial, Deadly Berlin Attack & MoreFrom a double murder trial in Wisconsin to a deadly attack in Germany, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Dec. 20.
Minnesota Natives Who Witnessed Terror Attacks Share Their StoriesA Minneapolis woman was in Paris working as a tour guide during the recent deadly attacks. Emily Bisbach is leading a group of 25 Americans and 2 Canadians with Collette Tours. Everyone in Bisbach's tour group is safe.
Minn. Terror Suspect Returns To Twitter, Posts False InformationA fugitive Minnesota terror suspect was back on Twitter Tuesday, spreading false information about a Texas attack to ISIS sympathizers. WCCO reported Monday how the Minnesotan known as Mujahid Miski encouraged one of two gunmen involved in an attempted attack on a Texas event.
'U' Media Ethics Professor Reacts To Paris MassacreHome video shows the attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris Wednesday that left at least 12 dead, including four of the magazine's founding cartoonists and the editor in chief. As the gunmen got away, they killed a responding police officer who they had first shot on their way in the building. In Washington, President Obama expressed his sympathy and his support.
Montevideo Man To Be Sentenced On Weapons ChargesActing on a perceived threat to blow up a west-central Minnesota police station, dozens of FBI agents and other law enforcement officers converged on a Montevideo trailer park last year and arrested a man who belonged to a tiny local militia. Authorities found a cache of weapons in the May 3 search — including Molotov cocktails, suspected pipe bombs and firearms — and the FBI said at the time that it had thwarted a terror attack in its planning stages.
Defense: Public Misinformed In Alleged Terror Case A detention hearing has been postponed for a man accused in what the FBI is calling a thwarted terror plot in western Minnesota.
Obama: 'Lone Wolf' Terror Attack Biggest ConcernPresident Barack Obama said Tuesday that a "lone wolf" terror attack in the U.S. is more likely than a major coordinated effort like the Sept. 11 attacks nearly a decade ago.