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The dispute between the teens and the man happened Monday night.
Schools were closed out of an abundance of caution.
He is accused of faking his death in order to get a $2 million life insurance payout.
The Twins need a first baseman now that Joe Mauer is retired.
The big question is whether or not it'll hit the Twin Cities.
It's closed for Thanksgiving, but is making a huge deal of Black Friday.
Murphy became Minnesota's all-time leading rebounder.
The man died in hospital after the shooting at around 1 a.m.
One is in a critical condition in hospital.
Airlines are slashing prices for the busiest shopping weekend of the year.
There's another E.Coli scare.
The NHL lockout has already wiped out the first two weeks of the regular season, and more games could be cancelled soon unless a resolution is reached. The good news is that labor negotiations will resume Tuesday, with the main issue - hockey related revenue - being discussed.
The NHL decided Friday to cancel the Jan. 1 Winter Classic between the Detorit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs at the University of Michigan's football stadium, according to a source. The cancellation comes as one of the most significant casualties of the lockout. The game was estimated to bring in $75 million and draw one of the largest crowds in history.
The NHL regular season was supposed to start tonight, but the lockout has wiped out the first two weeks -- including Saturday’s Wild home opener at the X. Today, St. Paul mayor Chris Coleman appealed for an end to the lockout so downtown businesses that rely on game-day traffic can stay afloat.
The National Hockey League and player's association are reportedly in talks again, but the hope of the end of the NHL lockout comes with bad news for the Wild since two top prospects have been hurt in American Hockey League play and are looking at missing major playing time.
Michael Russo of the Star Tribune points out that more than 240 players who played in the 2003-04 NHL season never played again after a lockout cancelled the entire 2004-05 season. The current lockout could be end of the line for a number of Wild players, and maybe the end of Matt Cullen's career.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman offers the players a new deal to end the lockout. He wants a 50-50 hockey-related revenue split to ensure a full 82-game season.