The Giants tight end made some interesting comments during an interview.
He died the day after his second child was born.
A child found the man's gun and it went off, striking and killing the boy.
There have been 10 school employees who have died from COVID during the pandemic.
Some areas are at 75-100% peak color.
Police don't know a motive and are looking for the suspected shooter.
The district had initially said meals would not be offered during the remote learning period.
Just one of the seven metro counties have a case rate above 30.
Police are asking for help in reducing the number of illegal guns on city streets.
Matthew Coller's work can be found daily at Purple Insider.
Police say she ran away from a girls group home.
He may be running for a seat representing California, but Blong Xiong has Minnesota residents pulling for him. If elected, he would be the first Hmong American to serve in Congress.
The former state representative will run against Republican Congressman John Kline this fall. Kline is seeking his sixth term and has more than $1 million for his re-election bid.
After notching five of the 16 major party U.S. House nominations in 2010 in Minnesota, women may secure only two such slots across the state's eight districts this November, the University of Minnesota's Eric Ostermeier reports on his political news site Smart Politics.
The Land of 10,000 Lakes is apparently the perfect laboratory for testing insect repellant. This summer, some brave volunteers are helping researchers monitor mosquito bites.
Chuck Dorn and Larry Hoff, were football co-captains at Osseo High School in 1962. So for the past few weeks, they have been headed to Minnesota from California – on their bikes – for their 50th high school reunion. Maybe they'll get some kind of special recognition, Dorn mused. "We'll probably get the furthest – coming from the furthest distance, in particular, on non-motorized vehicle.'"
Fresh off a successful pilot project in Albert Lea, Dan Buettner is now working with three southern California cities on encouraging healthier lifestyles. In Albert Lea the three-year project produced an average weight loss of three pounds per resident and a 40 percent reduction in city health care expenses.
John Mitzel says he will stay in the race despite his arrest for underage drinking. He's a sophomore at the University of North Dakota and a candidate for the North Dakota House of Representatives. He won the Republican party endorsement in February.
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