The highway has been closed for about a month.
Data in Monday reports includes the past Friday, not the weekend. Weekend data is released on Tuesdays.
The house took 18 months to build.
The crash occurred in Douglas County Sunday evening.
The restaurant reopened its dining room in early July.
Patients with COVID-19 won't be allowed visitors.
He did call the area "absolutely breathtaking."
The crash happened just south of Elko New Market.
The company plans to seek U.S. authorization for the age group soon.
Storms are expected to intensify during the early afternoon hours.
A man who was injured has been detained in the incident.
There was a SWAT response early Sunday morning.
Tonight at Target Field, it’s the Twins and Indians. Carl Pavano is on the mound for Minnesota. An MRI shows Pavano has inflammation in his right shoulder, but nothing that’ll keep him from starting. Pavano has struggled with his velocity lately with his fastball only at 86-miles-per-hour.
36 year-old Carl Pavano knows what Scott Baker, Francisco Liriano and Nick Blackburn are going through. All three dealt with injuries and finished last season with poor results. Pavano, who struggled with injuries earlier in his career, is now mentoring the younger Twins on how to overcome their struggles.
Carl Pavano pitched five strong innings before allowing four runs in the sixth inning of the Twins 5-1 loss to Boston on Sunday. Ron Gardenhire was pleased with Pavano and said he's "where we wanted him to be" entering the regular season. Pavano will start Friday in the season opener at Baltimore.
Scott Diamond gave the Twins what they needed last night, hurling seven shutout innings in a 5-0 win over the Angels. Tonight, Carl Pavano will try to follow up with a similar performance as the Twins go for just their second series win of 2012.
Carl Pavano is scheduled to start Saturday against the Brewers, and he might be able to avoid a cortizone shot after the game to help his strained throwing shoulder. Pavano met with a soft tissue specialist this week, and as long as he feels good he won't need the shot.
Minnesota Twins pitcher Carl Pavano is returning to Minneapolis Sunday to meet with the team's physician, and then will have an MRI exam done on his sore right shoulder Monday. Pavano gave up seven runs and nine hits in 3 2-3 innings against the Cleveland Indians Friday. Pavano's MRI on May 11 revealed a strain in the front of his right shoulder.
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