Quick Bite: 3 news stories to get you caught up over lunch


Simple act of sportsmanship earns ND runners a trip to ‘Ellen’

Runner Melanie Bailey of North Dakota has gotten worldwide attention after she stopped in the middle of a race to carry her injured opponent to get needed medical attention. That simple act of "doing the right thing" has earned the two runners a trip to California and an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show.

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St. Paul, final victim in deadly Lilydale landslide reach settlement

The city of St. Paul agreed to the last settlement in connection with a landslide at Lilydale Regional Park. The incident killed two fourth-graders and injured two others. After a month of negotiations, the final agreement with the family of a boy injured in the accident was reached without a lawsuit. Back in March, the city agreed to pay $1 million dollars to the families of the other three children.

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Reports: All signs point to Twins deciding on manager this week

The Star Tribune and Pioneer Press are reporting that the Twins could name their new manager this week, and the two most likely options are Paul Molitor and Red Sox bench coach Torey Lovullo. Twins owner Jim Pohlad sat in on a second interview with Lovullo on Monday, and it is believed that Pohlad has already met with Molitor. Doug Mientkiewicz has interviewed twice for the job, too. An announcement before the World Series ends is unlikely. Game 6 of the Fall Classic is today, and if necessary, Game 7 will be tomorrow.

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Fatal crash closes eastbound Hwy. 62 in Minneapolis

The closure is expected to be in place for an "extended period of time."

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Boy, 15, identified as 1 of 2 killed in shooting after crash in Minneapolis

The shooting happened after two vehicles crashed around 2 a.m. April 12.

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Officials: Racist messages in White Bear Lake faked to spotlight issues

The superintendent called them a "hoax" and has since apologized for using that term.

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Derek Chauvin will NOT testify, invokes 5th Amendment privilege

If Chauvin did testify, he would have been subject to cross-examination by the prosecution.

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CNN employee struck in head by water bottle at Brooklyn Center protest

The man was knocked the ground, clearly dazed by the assault.

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Researchers share first-ever collar camera footage from wild wolf

The Voyageurs Wolf Project called it "fascinating," showing that wolves in northern Minnesota clearly know how to hunt fish.


Reminder: Tornado warning sirens will sound twice today for test

It's part of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Minnesota.

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No tear gas used as police, protesters engage again in Brooklyn Center

Fewer arrests were made Wednesday compared to Tuesday.

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Daunte Wright protests: Police treatment of residents, media in spotlight

There were reports of residents not involved in the protest being detained, and media members being held and forced to show credentials.

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Defense witness: Cause of Floyd's death 'undetermined'

Dr. David Fowler, former Maryland chief medical examiner, said there were a number of possible factors that could have led to George Floyd's death.