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John Dunsworth, the actor best known for playing the role of Jim Lahey in the hit Canadian comedy "Trailer Park Boys," has died, TMZ reports. Dunsworth, 71, died after a brief and unexpected illness, his daughter told TMZ.
By now, most diehard, casual and non-casual Minnesota Vikings fans know of wide receiver Adam Thielen's journey to the NFL. Thielen, a Detroit Lakes, Minn., native, was given a $500 scholarship by the head football coach to attend Minnesota State University Mankato, a Division II program. "I didn't even know there was such a thing as a $500 scholarship," Thielen wrote. "That wasn't even going to be enough to cover my books." Thielen would go on to accept the "scholarship" because, as Thielen writes, "I just wanted to keep playing football."
STEARNS COUNTY, Minn.—A 2-year-old Minnesota boy has been found safe after the family's dog played a key role in assisting authorities with the search.
Netflix is turning up the heat in October with a number of intriguing movie and television series releases. That includes the pre-Halloween debut of Season 2 of the hit Netflix original show "Stranger Things," among others. Here is the complete list of October 2017 releases on Netflix: OCTOBER 1
MILWAUKEE - A 23-year-old mother is facing criminal charges after she allegedly bound her 4-year-old son's hands with multiple belts, placed a garbage bag over his head and then set him on fire, FOX6-TV is reporting. Amelia DiStasio faces a charge of first degree intentional homicide in the death of Antonio DiStasio, which occurred on Sept. 28. If convicted, DiStasio faces life in prison.
AVENTURA, Fla. -- A Florida woman was arrested after surveillance video inside an elevator she was in showed her repeatedly kicking a small dog, authorities announced Thursday, Oct. 5. Keevonna Wilson, 24, was arrested on animal cruelty charges, and the dog was removed by Miami-Dade Animal Services and received medical treatment, according to a local television report. Police said the incident occurred on Sept.
Pictured below is a representation of how much money Minnesota's political candidates received from gun control lobbyists during the 2016 election cycle. The numbers provided are based on contributions from PACs and individuals giving $200 or more. All of the donations took place during the 2015-'16 election cycle and were released by the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday, May 16, 2017:
A large number of retail stores will not be participating in one of the year's most lucrative sales days of the year: Thanksgiving day.
Pictured below is a representation of how much money Minnesota's political candidates have received from gun rights lobbyists in the previous two election cycles. The numbers provided are based on data released by the Federal Election Commission on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017: