Paul Pfeifer was fatally struck by a motorist on Saturday.
Randy Dobnak's six earned runs was part of a long afternoon.
The former Lynx stars were a key piece of their four WNBA titles.
The incident occurred on Highway 30 near the Rushford Municipal Airport.
The crash happened Sunday morning.
The latest figures from MDH.
A tough luck story turned out very positive for the Hawley native.
The CDC study looked at Minnesota and nine other states.
Friends believe he struck the motor while under the boat.
The Wisconsin senator can't post for a week.
After spending the last two years reporting for WNYW in New York, reporter Heather Brown is coming back to WCCO. Brown says her first day on the job in Minneapolis is Monday. She is currently working for the CBS affiliate in New York covering the devastation from storms on the East Coast.
Edward Moody is moving back to Minnesota to join the CBS-affiliate as a weekend anchor/reporter. The Pioneer Press reports he will anchor the Saturday evening newscasts with Liz Collin. Moody, who comes to WCCO from the Fox-affiliate in Indianapolis, will make his Twin Cities debut on Friday, Aug. 24. Moody has also worked in Duluth as a morning anchor.
Cambria Holdings will be setting up some sort of showroom for its products in the WCCO Radio headquarters building in downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reported Friday. The company will occupy the first floor of the building, which has been vacant since Nick's Sports World moved out of the location in 2008.
A third semi-truck slid into a frozen lake Friday afternoon. The Star Tribune reports the 18-wheeler crashed on I-494 near Rockford Road in Plymouth. No one was injured. This is the third time in a week that a semi had to be recovered from icy water. A semi traveling on Hwy. 14 near Waseca slid onto Clear Lake Wednesday afternoon. Last week, a semi pulling a Target trailer plunged into a pond along I-94 near Monticello.
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