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Denise and James Closs were shot dead at their home in Barron on Monday.
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It's celebrating its 10th birthday.
The man is suspected of being high on methamphetamine.
She fell approximately 50 feet, police say.
The former Minnesotan told her story in a piece for The Guardian.
The woman was arrested after making threats at Buffalo Wild Wings in Fargo.
The Benton County Sheriff's Office issued an appeal on Friday.
The AG candidate's campaign has pushed back, saying the criticism is a smear attempt by the DFL.
Eden Prairie received the only bye into the second round.
A group of Twin Cities Somalis are frustrated with banks no longer willing to transfer money to Somalia. In response, Somali-American customers are removing their money and closing bank accounts. They want banks to restore the wire service to Africa. Banks fear the money transfers could violate anti-terror regulations.
The Minneapolis-based bank closed a branch at the University of California-Davis campus because of "several weeks of business interruption" that a spokeswoman said threatened the safety of employees and customers.
U.S. Bank is bumping up overdraft fees for all its accounts beginning June 29, the Minneapolis-based bank confirmed Wednesday. The bank's new $35 overdraft fee brings it in line with the country's biggest financial institutions, including Bank of America, Huffington Post reports. Bank officials note that the 15 million-customer bank is eliminating one other fee and lowering yet another.