The lawmaker cited a video claiming there are more than 1.2 million "missing" votes.
The shooting happened near a gas station and bus shelter Thursday just before 1 p.m.
The next update will be issued on Monday and include data reported on Friday.
The victim was from Waite Park, the State Patrol says.
Collective action is required to achieve the scale of change that's needed.
He's representing himself because he doesn't have money to hire an attorney.
The 51-year-old Orono man is accused of being drunk and driving nearly 100 mph.
Erik Kravchuk was convicted in Hennepin County Court Thursday.
The Giants tight end made some interesting comments during an interview.
He died the day after his second child was born.
A child found the man's gun and it went off, striking and killing the boy.
Six people have drowned in Hennepin County this year, and there have been 14 near drownings. Officials say many parents just are not watching their children – and it only takes a moment for a child to slip quietly under the water. They urge moms and dads to put down books and cell phones at the beach.
Neighborhood record stores will be hosting shows, giveaways and specials as they toast the annual event. If you're a music fan and in the metro, check out City Pages' roundup. To find a participating store near you, check out the link below ...
A Moorhead homeowner was surprised over the weekend when an apparently intoxicated man dressed in zombie make-up walked into his house. The zombie fled after the homeowner armed himself and confronted him. Police arrested a man matching the zombie’s description and charged him with trespassing and underage drinking.
The global news network brought questions from its audience about food security, developing nations, the environment and other issues to Chairman and CEO Greg Page at the company's headquarters.
The convicted Minnesota businessman recently sat down with Twin Cities Business magazine Editor in Chief Dale Kurschner at a federal penitentiary in Kansas. It's the first time Petters agreed to an interview since being sentenced to 50 years in prison for orchestrating a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme. The 14-page feature will be in the May issue of Twin Cities Business that comes out April 18.
In a two-part interview with KSTP, public radio host Garrison Keillor talks about when he might retire from his "A Prairie Home Companion" show, his 14-year-old daughter, his 2009 stroke, and why he loaned his voice to the marriage amendment debate. And he gives props to longtime foe Jesse Ventura.
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