Efforts to identify the deceased are underway.
A 58-year-old man from South St. Paul, who was 29 at the time, has been found guilty of stabbing a 20-year-old woman
It's against district policies to give a child anything without a parents' permission.
The start date will depend on whether the state shutdown is lifted.
Overdose deaths started to increase sharply in March, which coincides with the state-ordered lockdown for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kandiyohi County is one of the hardest hit counties in the state.
A 17-year-old girl from Delano died after Thanksgiving due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Fortunately, nobody was seriously hurt.
The small business is located in town in Wabasha County.
The program will feature feel-good entertainment amid the pandemic.
The deaths continue to surge amid the worst of the pandemic so far.
Don't let the headline fool you. Antoine Winfield missed practice on Thursday, but it wasn't because he was hurt. Winfield was gone for a personal matter. Wide receiver Jarius Wright, linebacker Marvin Mitchell and safety Andrew Sendejo missed practice with ankle injuries.
Antoine Winfield plans on retiring once the final two years of his contract with the Vikings are up. Until then, he wants to remain a cornerback. Winfield says he likes to "be in the action at corner." As for any speculation about him playing safety, he says that's "not my position."
Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield says he's "good to go" for Monday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers. A strained neck has kept Winfield out of the last four games. As for facing Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Winfield says they have a "tough challenge ahead."
Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield played in Sunday's season opener against Jacksonville days after his 30-year-old brother was shot to death in Akron, Ohio.
Antoine Winfield missed Sunday's game against the Cardinals with a neck injury, but he's doing everything he can to get back on the field when the Vikings play at Chicago Sunday night. In an interview on KFAN radio, Winfield said he's feeling much better and put his chances of playing at 80 percent.
Antoine Winfield's neck strain will likely keep him sidelined Sunday when the Vikings host the Arizona Cardinals. The Vikings listed Winfield as 'doubtful' for the game, but Leslie Frazier says they will check on Winfield Saturday to see if he's improved enough to play.
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