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Trae Waynes will not play Monday night in Seattle.
It allegedly happened at the DoubleTree hotel on Nov. 30.
It was visible for 25 minutes on Saturday, according to one report.
F1rst Wrestling has announced the special guest for its January show.
The school is out of lockdown now and students are safe.
Package thefts rise during the holiday season.
It's a huge coup for the Northland city.
Tonight's game will be played under the moon in California.
Traditions will focus its Minnesota business on its St. Louis Park store.
The 53 year old yelled threats and obscenities at his neighbor.
Koivu was injured in a loss to Calgary last week.
The Twins scored 10-runs in the second inning and wound up pounding the Indians, 14-3 in Cleveland Monday night. Justin Morneau, Josh Willingham and Ryan Doumit all homered in the inning. The Twins have been hot of late, winning eight of their last 11 games.
It took extra innings Tuesday night in Cleveland, but the Twins beat the Indians 6-5. The go-ahead run was set up by a 12th-inning Darin Mastroianni single. He then stole second and scored from there on an infield hit.
Justin Morneau ripped a three-run homer in the first inning and Josh Willingham smacked a three-run shot in the fourth as the Twins blew out the Indians, 11-0 Friday night at Target Field. Scott Diamond threw his first career complete game shutout for his ninth win of the season.
Samuel Deduno fired seven innings of two-run ball to lead the Twins over Indians, 7-2. The win puts the Twins into a tie for last place with Cleveland. Minnesota had been alone in last place since August 14.
Josh Willingham led the Twins with three RBI but it wasn't enough as the bullpen gave up three runs in the seventh inning and the Indians went on to win, 7-6 at Target Field Friday night. Liam Hendriks remains winless in his big league career. He allowed four runs in just five innings and didn't factor in the decision.
The Twins' bats came alive in a big way in the fourth inning at Target Field Saturday night as the team rolled to a 12-5 win over the Cleveland Indians. The win combined with a loss by the Kansas City Royals enabled the Twins to climb out of the American League Central cellar for the first time since April 25.