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This story about a West St. Paul couple is simply incredible.
The 40 year old also threatened to kill people inside the restaurant.
The flight took off at MSP and was bound for Seattle.
Their canoes capsized on Snowbank Lake during bad weather.
The pair were killed at their home in Barron, Wisconsin on Oct. 15.
Kim Bartmann is passing it on to Erica Gilbert
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The incident during a meeting in Roosevelt happened earlier this month.
Eden Prairie police put together a video of interviews with two bereaved families.
The 3rd District Representative has been trying to distance himself from the president.
Former Vikings quarterback Brett Favre told the NFL Network's Deion Sanders Friday that he doesn't care that the New Orleans Saints had a bounty on him in the NFC Championship Game in 2010. "What bothers me is we didn't win the game," Favre told Sanders.
The NFL released more details about bounties the Saints put on opponents in 2009. The bounty on Brett Favre during the NFC title game was at least $35,000. Original reports suggested it was a $10,000 bounty, initiated by linebacker Jonathan Vilma -- but he wasn't alone...
Brett Favre told NFL Network that he came back to the Vikings in 2010 because of the money. He also said people might think he is crazy, but he doesn't need Green Bay to retire his jersey "to solidify my career.”
Former Vikings and Packers quarterback Brett Favre will coaching football at a high school near his home in Mississippi this fall. It's Oak Grove High School -- the same school Favre has worked out at in the past. The Biloxi Sun-Herald reports Favre will be the offensive coordinator.
With Jay Cutler injured, the Chicago Bears are desperate for a starting quarterback. Sources close to Brett Favre say he would listen to a Chicago offer if the team called. The Bears also haven't ruled out bringing in Chicago native Donovan McNabb, cut last week by the Vikings.
Former Vikings quarterback Brett Favre says he's happy the truth is finally coming out about the New Orleans Saints bounty program. He tells Sports Illustrated "some of their guys should have been fined more" for cheap shots during the 2009 NFC Championship Game. But in the end, Favre says the biggest thing that bugs him is that Minnesota lost.
According to Sports Illustrated, moments after Brett Favre was injured in the 2009 NFC Championship game, an unnamed Saints player can be heard through a microphone yelling, "Pay me my money!" Saints defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove can also be heard saying, "Favre is out of the game! Favre is done! Favre is done!" This could prove costly to the Saints as the NFL investigates the team's bounty system it employed during it's run to the Super Bowl.
In an interview with a radio station in Lubbock, Texas, Brett Favre said his retirement this time around was "a lot smoother than the previous three or four years." He said sitting back and watching the NFL this past year was "eye-opening" for him because he "didn't miss it a bit."