The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Kelvin Francisco Rodriguez, who spent five days in the ICU after being arrested.
Med City Beat broke the story, prompting the superintendent to apologize.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office is investigating.
A 28-year-old man died.
Thanksgiving featured a ban on social gatherings with non-household members.
People can virtually tour Santa's Candy Cane Institute.
More than 80 holiday displays are on this year's list.
The dog will be euthanized.
The governor is speaking at 2 p.m.
The officer, who is a five-year veteran, is charged with two felonies.
The project has attracted criticism from environmental and tribal groups.
In an open letter to ESPN, "Daily Norseman" blogger Christopher Gates says the coverage of the Vikings-Packers game was the most "pathetic, disgusting displays" he'd ever seen, calling on the "worldwide leaders" in sports to -- occasionally -- act like it.
On NBC's Football Night in America, sports writer Peter King reported the Vikings and Minnesota officials are close to a new stadium deal. According to NBC Sports, it's not a matter of "if," but "when." The Vikings have called Minnesota home since their NFL debut in 1961, but the Metrodome lease expires after the 2011 season. The report did not state whether the new stadium would be in Arden Hills or Minneapolis.
Private talks between Minneapolis and private property owners are under way in an effort to acquire several key pieces of land for the new $975 million Vikings stadium, even before the leaders who will oversee its construction have been named. Such deals must be made swiftly so that construction can be completed in time for the stadium's 2016 debut.
Minnesota Public Radio is reporting representatives from the White Earth tribe will testify at the Senate committee hearing and will pitch a new casino in the Twin Cities to help fund a Vikings stadium.
Governor Mark Dayton won't use the word "optimistic," but he says he's "hopeful" that a Vikings stadium deal gets done soon. But an hour long meeting on Tuesday ended with Dayton saying a deal may not be finalized until next week, if at all. However, Dayton and Vikings' owner Zygi Wilf agree that the "number of issues that remain are limited, and can be overcome if all the parties are willing.”
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