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The teens, 18 and 19, died in the crash on I-94.
Well, they're happy for him, just not that he was allowed to leave.
A 61-year-old man is in custody.
A man was talked out of jumping by a beer salesman and his co-worker.
The discovery was made on Thursday morning.
His mother has made an emotional plea for information.
The Wild play-by-play guy can bring it on his Weber Grill.
He evaded almost $120,000 in sales tax payments over a three-year period.
Some election judges took issue when voters tried to cast their ballot on Tuesday.
Dozier has been in the lineup despite some health concerns.
On October 12, 1989, the Minnesota Vikings made one of the worst trades in pro sports history by obtaining Herschel Walker from the Dallas Cowboys. Here's a look at Walker's Vikings' debut. For the record: Minnesota won zero Super Bowls as a result of the trade. Dallas won three.
Four up, four down. That's the Vikings Super Bowl history, as we all know too well. But it's still kind of fun to take a peek at that fading video, starting with IV against the Chiefs in 1970.
Following the 2004 season, the Vikings pulled off an unlikely playoff victory over the NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers. Thanks to the Daily Norseman for reminding us how great this game was.
We're not exactly sure how Super Bowl IV featuring the Vikings and Chiefs is on YouTube in its entirety (the clip runs 2 hours, 51 minutes), but we're not complaining. Sure, the Vikings lost, but Video Vault doesn't get any better than this -- even if it is in beautiful black and white. Watch it now before those pesky NFL lawyers order YouTube to yank it down.
All this week, we're taking quick peeks at the Vikings' four Super Bowl appearances. Here's what it looked like at Rice Stadium in Houston on Jan. 13, 1974, when the Purple faced Don Shula's Miami Dolphins.
All this week, we're taking quick peeks at the Vikings' four Super Bowl appearances. Here are the highlights from Jan. 12, 1975, at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans where the Purple People Eaters clashed with the Steel Curtain.