He died the day after his second child was born.
A child found the man's gun and it went off, striking and killing the boy.
There have been 10 school employees who have died from COVID during the pandemic.
Some areas are at 75-100% peak color.
Police don't know a motive and are looking for the suspected shooter.
The district had initially said meals would not be offered during the remote learning period.
Just one of the seven metro counties have a case rate above 30.
Police are asking for help in reducing the number of illegal guns on city streets.
Matthew Coller's work can be found daily at Purple Insider.
Police say she ran away from a girls group home.
The board will have people trespassed, which comes with a one year ban from all school property.
Here's a look back at the greatest half-inning in Twins history. We were fishing for clips for our daily "Sports MN Video Vault" feature and found this re-mix from the 1991 Game 7 broadcast. A classic. Oh, by the way, thanks again for coming through in the clutch Mr. Larkin.
A key player who helped the Twins get to the 1965 World Series has died. The Twins say Don Mincher passed away last night in Alabama at the age of 73. When Harmon Killebrew was injured late in the ‘65 season, Mincher filled in and helped the Twins to their first pennant.
Nothing against the beloved T.C. Bear, but if the Korean League LG Twins can have some anime-inspired mascots, why can't Target Field have a version of Minnie and Paul running around on the field? Here, they're part of a ceremonial first pitch with a celebrity which ends badly.
For the love of man, St. Paul lawmmakers, let Vikings super-fan Larry Spooner go home. He's been camped out at the Capitol since Friday, awaiting the make-or-break Vikings stadium vote. He sums it up best in this all-in-caps Friday Facebook entry: "TAILGATING AT CAPITOL STARTING AT 3 TODAY, TILL IT'S APPROVED, OR THEY MOVE, PURPLE UP AND COME SUPPORT THE VIKINGS, TAKE MONDAY OFF FOR SURE!!!!!"
Let's travel back to this day in May, exactly one year ago. It's the day when Francisco Liriano no-hit the White Sox. It seems like a million years ago. The video was shot by fans in the stands in Chicago.
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