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MINNEAPOLIS -- A University of Minnesota veterinary professor and two other Minnesota women have died in a collision in the Czech Republic. According to a statement, the three died Tuesday while traveling to a swine health management conference in Prague. Bob Morrison, 64, a professor in the swine division at the University of Minnesota, died when their SUV collided with a truck north of Prague.
HINCKLEY, Minn. -- Authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating two 17-year-old girls who allegedly were involved in stabbing a man on Wednesday in Hinckley. The Pine County sheriff’s office and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension reported Friday that they are trying to locate Aseil Cynthia-Salema Abuhamed and Tayah Valorios Thomas.
MINNETONKA, Minn. -- A 31-year-old Sartell man lost control of his pickup on Interstate 494 and rolled into the ditch early Friday morning in Minnetonka. He survived that crash but then died minutes later when he was hit by a car while walking across the interstate. Jeremy Larson died when he was struck about 1:15 a.m.
WATERTOWN, S.D.—Three Watertown college students were sentenced this week to jail time for their connection with the death of a 19-year-old woman who died after drinking heavily at a house party last month. The Minnehaha County Medical Examiner performed an autopsy that revealed the woman's blood alcohol level .33 percent after her death. However, the examiner concluded the alcohol concentration wasn't the cause of death, but rather that she was placed face down on a bed at the party and died of "positional asphyxia due to acute ethanol intoxication."
ARLINGTON, Texas — Wednesday marked the 179th time Hector Santiago has climbed atop the mound in a major league game. In many ways this might have been his most difficult assignment.
MANKATO, Minn. -- It felt like an earthquake, according to residents. However, about 11 a.m. Wednesday it was a scheduled blast at the 54-acre Jefferson Quarry on the northwest side of Mankato that sent a tremor through the city and even rattled buildings at other locations in the Minnesota River Valley in southcentral Minnesota. Police said the blast was amplified by atmospheric conditions to create the equivalent of a 2.8 Richter scale earthquake.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — A confidential informant purchased thousands of dollars worth of protected eagle parts, as well those from other migratory birds in danger, mostly from a group of three tribal members and also a Rapid City family in a two-year undercover operation that spread across four states, the U.S. attorney for South Dakota announced Monday, April 24. Dubbed Project Dakota Flyer, the informant with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made the purchases starting in 2014 and lasting into 2016 involving 15 people in South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska and Iowa.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — U.S. Attorney for South Dakota Randy Seiler has announced that 15 people have been indicted for illegal trafficking of eagles and other migratory birds following a two-year undercover operation. The names of those indicted have not yet been released, but Seiler and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be holding a news conference at 2 p.m. Monday, April 24, at the Outdoor Campus in Rapid City to further discuss the operation. The indictments will be unsealed that day, said Ace Crawford of the U.S. attorney's office.
HANKINSON, N.D.—A 36-year-old man from South Dakota was pronounced dead shortly after his unresponsive body was found on the ground Thursday, April 6, near the Dakota Magic Homes apartments south of Hankinson, near the South Dakota border, according to a report released by the Richland County Sheriff's Office. The man, who was identified as Jesse Philip Blue of Fort Thompson, S.D., was transported to a hospital in Sisseton, S.D., where he was pronounced dead, according to the sheriff's office report.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- Boats circled Lake Agnes and Lake Henry again Monday in search of an Alexandria man last seen on Thursday, April 6. Clothing and credit cards belonging to Ryan Johnson, 32, of Alexandria, were found along the shore of Lake Agnes on Sunday, Alexandria Police Chief Rick Wyffels said. Family members, who reported him missing Saturday evening, confirmed the clothing belonged to Johnson.