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The teens, 18 and 19, died in the crash on I-94.
Well, they're happy for him, just not that he was allowed to leave.
A 61-year-old man is in custody.
A man was talked out of jumping by a beer salesman and his co-worker.
The discovery was made on Thursday morning.
His mother has made an emotional plea for information.
The Wild play-by-play guy can bring it on his Weber Grill.
He evaded almost $120,000 in sales tax payments over a three-year period.
Some election judges took issue when voters tried to cast their ballot on Tuesday.
Dozier has been in the lineup despite some health concerns.
With the weather turning cooler, organizers say they're prepared to defy an agreement with authorities and set up shelters. City Pages says organizers are making a final plea and asking police to sanction tents.
The TC Daily Planet is reporting some demonstrators connected to the OccupyMN movement have occupied a foreclosed home in north Minneapolis to keep the residents from being evicted. The protesters say they intend to stay in the home and in tents on the property until U.S. Bank agrees to renegotiate the mortgage. They say they will resist if authorities try to forcefully evict the residents.
A ban on camping on the county property went into effect this week, but law enforcement authorities haven't started enforcing the new law. Several dozen activists remain at government plaza.
Two activists are charged with burglary, trespassing and obstruction of justice charges. The TC Daily Planet reports they were part of the ongoing Occupy Minnesota protest that moved to a foreclosed home in Minneapolis.
Hennepin County officials say they discovered the items when crews tried to clear snow from the area. Despite having their tents confiscated last week and now this latest seizure -- Occupy Minnesota protesters say they won’t be going anywhere.
The demonstration shut down traffic for about an hour Thursday afternoon. Minneapolis police arrested the activists for 'creating a public nuisance.' The protesters marched to the bridge to celebrate the two-month anniversary of the anti-Wall Street movement.