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There is a barricaded subject near the mall.
The deceased didn't live at the house, police say.
A semi-trailer had earlier caused delays on eastbound I-94 in Maple Grove.
The musical comedy trio will play The Armory in Minneapolis this June.
As of 10:30 a.m. only one runway was open.
Their arrests were the result of joint working between Minnesota and Arizona authorities.
Fresh off a 0-3-1 homestand, the Wild are under the microscope.
The awards were handed at the group's annual conference, held this year in the Twin Cities.
Kill resigned in 2015 and Fleck was hired following the 2016 season.
The survey from The Atlantic reveals more than half of voters oppose the policy lead by Gov. Rick Perry that made the injections mandatory. Despite that approval, many don't agree with the Republican Congresswoman on her suggestion that the vaccine causes mental retardation.
Bachmann is trying to calm the reaction from medical professionals countering her comment linking the HPV vaccine to 'mental retardation'. Two medical ethicists, though, aren't willing to let the discussion die quite yet, offering a total of $11,000 for anyone who can show proof of a link between the injection and mental illness or cognition problems.
But now she's giving one more reason to oppose the vaccine -- it causes mental retardation. Bachmann made the comment on the 'Today Show,' explaining the vaccine is 'potentially dangerous.'
The Associated Press says more skeptical parents are opting out of vaccinating their children, and health officials worry that could lead to a resurgence in illnesses they once considered defeated. The AP report says Minnesota has the third highest exemption rate in the country, with 6.5 percent of parents opting out.
Hubbard Broadcasting's MyTalk 107 is cutting the program featuring popular Twin Cities comedian Colleen Kruse and sidekick Chris Reuvers. The two were the remaining team from the show originally referred to as Colleen and the Boys.