The MN man has been indicted on numerous charges, including impersonating an officer.
It's the first time the Shakopee park has been open for the Halloween-themed attractions since 2019.
The collision happened just south of the Minnesota Renaissance Festival grounds.
Authorities allege the Minnesota man has a long history of deceit.
The three victims worked with Bryan Ellinger at the time of the assaults.
The couple owns Empire Racing Stables, which is one of the leading horse owners at Canterbury Park.
The law went into effect on August 1 in Minnesota.
The victim's alleged killer has been charged and is jailed.
The shocking incident happened at an intersection Wednesday afternoon.
The police chief condemned video that shows the aftermath of the killing.
The event will run on select dates through Aug. 8.
The woman is accused of selling a lethal dose of fentanyl to the victim, who died last December.
The series will feature six concerts starting in August.
Waste generation in the metro area was up 30% in the past year.
The state says the three businesses didn't have or didn't implement policies to prevent sexual assault and harassment.
The 40-year-old from Shakopee is facing four charges.
He's apparently unwelcome in the Republican Caucus as well.
Officials are offering a $1,000 reward for information on who did it.
The woman, from Savage, is accused of underreporting sales to avoid tax.
The starting wage will increase from $11.25 an hour to $15 an hour.
And reservations are now required
In a post on Facebook, Rep. Mortensen accuses fellow Republican Kurt Daudt of gathering the information for the complaint and giving it to the DFL to file.
Brady Zipoy has been acquitted of second-degree murder.