The boy had been at Lions Park with family and friends.
Dinosaur Drive-Thru opens June 24 and runs through July 11.
He died in a Twin Cities hospital early Wednesday.
Travelers are clearly overlooking what northern Minnesota has to offer.
"I'm going to go out in the biggest possible way, performing at my very best," John said.
The award is the highest honor for civilian heroism in North America.
Officers also found "multiple" children on the scene, all of them unhurt.
A black bear in the house isn't something you see every day.
The agency says hot weather might be contributing to recent die-offs.
The latest figures from MDH.
The park board will sample the water at the beaches again on Wednesday.
Ex-Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb appeared on ESPN2's "First Take" Thursday and was asked if he thought Robert Griffin III would do well if the Redskins draft him. McNabb said "no" because "a lot of times ego gets too involved when it comes to being in Washington." McNabb was referring to head coach Mike Shanahan.
An online interview show called "Barfly" interviewed ex-Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb, and he says he "would vote for myself for the Hall of Fame." He says not having a Super Bowl ring shouldn't count against him because his statistics are "better than a lot of guys in the Hall of Fame."
The Donovan McNabb era is officially over in Minnesota. Coach Leslie Frazier says the Vikings put McNabb on waivers today, calling it "best for both parties." The move allows the veteran to sign with another team if they're willing to pick up the remaining portion of his $5 million salary. Frazier called McNabb "a class guy" and said he wouldn't have done anything differently in bringing McNabb in this year.
While Donovan McNabb is losing weight and hoping to get a call from an NFL team, his former coach Andy Reid is encouraging teams to make that call. In an interview with NFL Network, Reid says McNabb can still play and he would "highly recommend" him to other teams.
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