The prosecutor in the case of Jeff Trevino, charged with killing his wife Kira Steger, said the case is about “rage, it’s about jealousy, it’s about deception, it’s about a cover-up. She wanted to leave, but he didn’t want to let her go.” Trevino’s lawyer told jurors that less than a thimble full of Steger’s blood was discovered in the couple’s St. Paul home.
He confronted one customer and helped another. Now the story of the young manager’s act of kindness is spreading like hot fudge.
Minnesota’s economy reached a landmark with the announcement Thursday that the state has now recovered more than 150,000 jobs since the recession started – the number of jobs lost during that economic downturn that began in 2008.
Late morning storms moved through the Twin Cities metro Thursday, producing heavy rain, strong wind and large hail.
One question has haunted Twins manager Ron Gardenhire all season long: Will he be back in 2014?