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Swatting is a false reporting of a crime and is extremely dangerous.
Spring training is coming to a close.
We might be acting unfair, but Minnesota is the State of Hockey.
The suspect has been charged with nine felonies.
An investigation is ongoing.
Bilas says the selection committee made the matchup in poor taste.
Guentzel says she has big plans for what's next.
A northern Minnesota school has bears lurking nearby.
The quarterfinal games are not televised, but you can stream them.
Chas Betts, of St. Michael, Minn., will take the mat at the 2012 Olympics on Tuesday. Betts maintains a streak of the Greco-Roman wrestling Olympic squad having at least one Minnesotan going back to the 1968 Summer Games.
After 11 days of competition at the London Olympics, the United States sits in second place of the overall medal count with a total of 63. U.S. athletes have won 29 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze. China remains in first place with 64 medals, 31 of which are gold.
After ten days of the London Olympics, the United States is in second place in the overall medal count. China leads all countries with a total of 61 medals, including an Olympic-high 30 gold. The American athletes have combined for 60 medals. The biggest story on Sunday was Usain Bolt holding off three Americans in the 100-meter dash.
KARE-TV Sports Director Eric Perkins says he's excited to be heading to London to report on as many local Olympics stories as possible until the event wraps up Aug. 12. KARE became the gold standard of Olympics coverage during the Bejing Games four years ago, as there were days when more people tuned into the local NBC affiliate to watch the event than anywhere else in the United States.