Day: April 18, 2019

Former officer Noor’s partner takes the stand at trial

Former officer Noor’s partner takes the stand at trial

The partner of the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed woman in July 2017 took the stand on Thursday. Officer Matthew Harrity said in his testimony that he caught saw something to the left of the police SUV he was driving. After immediately drawing his gun, Harrity heard Noor fire his weapon, which would be the fateful shots […]

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Campus Assault

Campus Assault

The student accused of assaulting two teachers at Normandale Community College is pleading guilty. 21 year old Gavin Hutson is being charged with two counts of felony assault, as well as carrying a gun without a permit. Hutson was said to have struck a female instructor multiple times before a male faculty member attempted to intervene who then was assaulted […]

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Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

After the release of Robert Mueller’s investigation report Trump took to twitter to celebrate the victory.  Other supports came to his defense as well claiming the investigation to be nothing but a witch hunt.  Members of the Democratic party have been firing back though.  Corey Booker tweeted ” The American people deserve the truth. Not spin from a Trump appointee. […]

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Grand Rapids Stabbing

A 20-year-old woman has died after being stabbed by a 15-year-old boy at a Grand Rapids Elementary School. According to Grand Rapids police they were responding to a stabbing Tuesday night at Murphy Elementary School, where they found the boy holding a knife and the woman next to him unconscious. She later died at the hospital. The boy is charged […]

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Coon Rapids Shootout

A man has been fatally shot by law enforcement in Coon Rapids following a traffic stop this morning. Anoka County Sheriffs office say a Coon Rapids officer was preforming a traffic stop at 1:30 A.M. when the man fled on foot and fired shots at the officers. According to the sheriffs office the man posed a threat to law enforcement […]

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Heavy Rain cause Closed Roads

Heavy rains yesterday have caused mudslides in southeastern Minnesota forcing officials to shut down southbound lanes of state highway 169 in a 12-mile stretch between St. Peter and Mankato. The Minnesota Department of Transportation say the rain left standing water on the highway and ditches full. The Department is monitoring the northbound lanes in the 12-mile stretch to see if […]

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