Rosen lost his wife to brain cancer on August 30.
Months of investigation led to the digital footprint of the juvenile.
He died two weeks after the incident.
He is in favor of removing police staffing minimums from the city charter – which this November's ballot question would also do.
A "thorough investigation" reveled where the four Minnesotans were killed.
The highway has been closed for about a month.
Data in Monday reports includes the past Friday, not the weekend. Weekend data is released on Tuesdays.
The house took 18 months to build.
The crash occurred in Douglas County Sunday evening.
The restaurant reopened its dining room in early July.
Patients with COVID-19 won't be allowed visitors.
In a letter sent to President Barack Obama, Ron Larsen, a candidate for the New Ulm City Council, notes that he's long had a nagging feeling he was put on this earth for a specific reason: "Now I know it was to take down a sitting U.S. president." That got the Secret Service's attention, and an agent paid him a visit in May, the New Ulm Journal reports.
MPR uncovers some fascinating facts in a feature on 3M's microreplication technology: A microreplication machine is large enough to fill a house, but even most of the company's own employees aren't allowed to see them. The technology can make road signs better reflect headlights and dramatically improve abrasives, and now the company hopes to use it to develop patches of microscopic needles that would deliver vaccines painlessly.
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