Triple-digit temperatures heated up the Twin Cities during the 4th of July holiday. The National Weather Service's Minneapolis-St. Paul station said the temperature hit 100 degrees at 3 p.m., which marked for only the second time ever that Independence Day has been this hot. The last 100-degree 4th of July was in 1949.
Semi runs stop sign and hits SUV, killing pregnant woman
It happened just a few miles northwest of St. Cloud.