The pair was ejected after the motorcycle left the roadway.
The deal was first reported to be in the works on April 10.
Police believe more people may have been involved in the vandalism.
The speaker is supposed to play a "Trail closed" message. Instead, it played filth.
The latest figures from MDH.
This comes after the U.S. Department of Justice filed charges against the officers last week.
The Twins are increasing capacity for its May and June games, too.
It's B&B's first Minnesota location.
On Wednesday, the Policy and Government Oversight Committee voted to deny Kroll indemnification in four lawsuits he is named in.
The Emergency Broadband Program was passed by Congress as part of a COVID-19 relief package in December.
The FOX 9 meteorologist's clip was shared on 'Jimmy Fallon' and 'GMA.'
Police say they may be armed, and are asking the public for tips.
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said trade talks are starting to heat up as draft day approaches. He wouldn't name any teams, but speculation points to Tampa Bay possibly trade up from pick No. 5 to No. 3 and take running back Trent Richardson. If that's the case, the Vikings could still take Matt Kalil, Morris Claiborne or Justin Blackmon, and receive extra picks.
Vikings' OT Matt Kalil came in No. 4 on Yahoo! Sports "Top 10 Rookies of the NFL Early Season." A top draft pick, Kalil was handed the starting left tackle position to protect quarter back Christian Ponder and safeguard running back Adrian Peterson. The rookie made the list by anchoring a solid offensive line in Minnesota's five wins of the season.
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman talked extensively about draft prospects during a radio interview on Thursday. Spielman says USC left tackle Matt Kalil is "very nasty when you watch him on tape." He also says LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne is a "unique talent" and that Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon's 40 yard dash time at the NFL Combine will "determine a lot."
33 NFL alumni will be introducing picks during the NFL Draft, and Anthony Carter will be announcing the Vikings' second and third selections. Carter played nine seasons as a wide receiver in Minnesota, catching 478 passes for 7,636 yards and 52 touchdowns.
With Indianapolis’ surprise win over Houston, the Vikings are one step closer to getting the top draft pick next year’s NFL draft. The Pioneer Press reports that If the Vikings lose their last two games, they are nearly assured to get first pick in the draft. The number one pick is widely expected to be Standford quarterback Andrew Luck.
USC’s Matt Kalil sounds like he might be a perfect fit for the Vikings. In a chat with the Star Tribune, Kalil says if he’s drafted next week, the Vikes “won’t have to worry about finding a left tackle for the next decade.”
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