All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Minnesota’

Man Arrested For Giving Cop A Wet Willy

Are you familiar with a “wet Willy”? It’s a “prank” usually done by grade school kids where one sucks on the end of their finger and sticks it into another person’s ear. Oh the hilarity involved with someone feeling disgusted and uncomfortable now that they have spit transferred from one of the dirtiest parts of the body directly in their …

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Is Adrian Peterson’s 2014 Season Over? He Reportedly Doesn’t Think So

Adrian Peterson may be done for the 2014 NFL season. However, he reportedly hasn’t come to grips with the strong possibility that he may not play again this season and his career in the NFL is now uncertain. According to ESPN, Peterson’s future with the Minnesota Vikings is quite “bleak.” NFL commentator Chris Mortensen has even predicted that his future with the Vikings …

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Dock Collapses After 21 People Crowd On It For Wedding Photo Shoot

Dock collapses are nothing new to those who live near the water. It’s common sense not to have too many people on a dock for it may just give way under the weight. A wedding procession in Minnesota apparently didn’t get the memo. Dan and Jackie Anderson were set to wed last weekend, but decided to take a few pictures …

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Amy Sue Pagnac Case Reopened After 25 Years

In 1989 Amy Sue Pagnac went missing. The 13 year-old girl’s stepfather, Marshall Midden, told police that Amy disappeared while he was using the restroom in an Osseo, Minnesota gas station. For 25 years the girl has remained missing, but Minnesota police are now reopening the case, hoping to find some clue as to what happened to Amy. According to …

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50-Foot Snowman Called “Granddaddy” Built By Minnesota Farmer

It is certainly no surprise to anyone living in the United States that there has been a lot of snow that has fallen in the Midwest, along with many other parts of the country, and in some places that never get snow. Atlanta, for example, has been shutdown multiple times this winter, due to the amount of snow that the …

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Norv Turner to Interview with Minnesota Vikings

After only one season with the Cleveland Browns, veteran NFL offensive guru Norv Turner may be off to Minnesota. According to a league source, the Minnesota Vikings, fresh from hiring Mike Zimmer as head coach on Wednesday, have obtained permission to interview Turner for their open offensive coordinator post. Turner is still under contract with the Browns, where he served …

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Minneapolis Explosion Destroys Building, Injures 13

At 8:16 AM this morning, an explosion erupted at a Minneapolis building containing apartments and a grocery store. Shortly after the explosion, a three-alarm fire broke out, prompting firefighters to respond to the scene. Upon their arrival at 9:30 AM, firefighters witnessed a roaring blaze on the second and third floors of the building and victims standing on the sidewalk …

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Mandy Matula’s Family Seeks Closure in Memorial

The family of Mandy Matula, the 24-year-old who went missing over six months ago, can now get some closure after her body was found by a hiker on Saturday, according to Fox. Yesterday, her family and friends gathered together and travel to the Mississippi River park where her body was found wrapped in a blanket in a shallow grave. They …

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Moose Die-Off: Is Climate Change To Blame?

Moose are animals made for cold weather, so when the temperatures rise in their environment, it can lead to exhaustion-related death. Now, scientists are trying to discover if that’s been the cause of a recent upsurge in deaths, as the population has shrunk dramatically–from 8,000 to 3,000 in Minnesota alone. As wildlife officials investigate the cause, they’ve suspended moose hunting …

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Aurora Borealis Make Spectacular Show in North U.S.

Aurora borealis or Northern lights made a spectacular appearance in the skies of Northern Montana and Minnesota last night, and could possibly make another appearance tonight. This video was taken over Ontario, Canada on Tuesday night, as the aurora borealis made their appearance there. The phenomenon is caused by solar particles entering the earth’s upper atmosphere. Variations in color depend …

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Wolf Attack: Rare Attack Shocks Minnesota Campers

This will make you think twice before casually setting up a paper-thin shelter in the wild. A 16 year-old boy in Minnesota, Noah Graham, was severely bitten on the back of his head while chatting with his girlfriend last weekend. He has an 11 centimeter wide gash and 17 staples to show for it, but luckily walked away with his …

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Wolf Attack In Minnesota Is The State’s First

The first official reporting of a gray wolf attack in Minnesota occurred on Saturday at the West Winnie Campground located on Lake Winnibigoshish. The victim, a sixteen-year-old boy named Noah Graham, was attacked and bitten in the head by a 75 pound gray wolf, which appeared in the early morning hours close to 4 a.m. when Noah was preparing to …

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