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Her dock was among those that took major damage.
The girl's father and another child were in the car.
The 28-year-old is a member of a Twin Cities gang.
The incident happened in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.
DISH and Sling are the affected providers, but Sling says talks continue.
Another stormy day in Minnesota on Saturday.
Police have launched a homicide investigation.
The evening shooting happened in north Minneapolis.
The 46-year-old was able to swim to a dock.
Rogers is entering elite territory among relievers.
They'll be moving into the Galleria and Ridgedale.
The veteran who lost both legs in the Iraq war says he missed two years of life with his children and that he's stepping down from politics to spend more time with his family. Kriesel gained fame in the Legislature when he became one of few Republicans to speak out against a move to ban same-sex marriage.
Some prominent GOPers are speaking out against a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota. Among them are Rep. John Kriesel of Cottage Grove and consultant Wheelock Whitney.
Cottage Grove Republican Rep. John Kriesel and Minnesota Senate GOP legislative assistant Bob Koss got into a profanity-laced, digital shouting match over the retiring lawmaker's appearance in an anti-amendment television ad.
A new poll reveals that public opinion has shifted in Minnesota, suggesting that state voters might not support a gay marriage ban. If voters rejected a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, it would be a first in the United States. Can the poll results be real?
No surprise to anyone, Democrats like legislation/regulation particularly related to income re-distribution while Republicans chastise all for too much government regulation as they put statutory and, worse, Constitutional constraints on personal matters like Gay marriage, and, eventually, sex acts. But the hypocrisy does not stop there.
The former vice president and Minnesota supreme court justice formed Lawyers United to speak out against a constitutional amendment that would limit marriage to opposite-sex couples. The amendment "would be a constitutional knot tying the hands of our chosen representatives as we learn from the experience of other states on the issue of marriage," they wrote in a letter to the legal community.
The national organization leading the push to limit marriage to same-sex couples sought to divide the Democratic Party's base by driving "a wedge between gays and blacks," according to internal documents from the National Organization of Marriage.