Charges: Duluth man allegedly had daughter hold heroin By Tom Olsen on Mar 30, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. An anonymous tip from the public led to the arrest of a repeat drug offender and the seizure of more than 27 grams of heroin last week, according to police. Roy Joseph Defoe Jr., 58, was charged […]
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Spooner police officer resigns after drunken driving arrest By News Tribune on Mar 30, 2016 at 10:23 p.m. A part-time officer with the Spooner Police Department has resigned after he was arrested Saturday for drunken driving, authorities said. Dustin Anderson, 26, was taken into custody by the Wisconsin State Patrol in Washburn County for first-offense […]
Aitkin woman who fired shots at officers is shot and killed By John Myers Today at 11:37 a.m. A 50-year-old Aitkin woman who was threatening to kill herself and who fired multiple shots at law enforcement officers was shot and killed by officers Tuesday evening in a rural area outside the city, authorities said Wednesday. […]
No charges for 2 Minneapolis officers in deadly shooting that sparked protests Published March 30, 2016 Associated Press Two Minneapolis police officers involved in the November fatal shooting of a black man will not be charged, a Minnesota prosecutor said Wednesday. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said his decision to not charge Officer Mark Ringgenberg […]
Minnesota Man Accused of Communicating With Islamic State Faces New Charges for Threatening to ‘Blow Up’ Walgreens Mar. 30, 2016 9:41am Carly Hoilman A Minnesota man was charged Tuesday after allegedly walking into a Walgreens over the weekend and making terroristic threats. Abdul Raheem Habil Ali-Skelton, 23, faces multiple felony counts after he reportedly threatened […]
Detroit Principals Allegedly Took $900k In Kickbacks While Schools Crumbled 6:26 PM 03/29/2016 Federal authorities have charged at least 12 school principals in Detroit with participating in a $900,000 kickback scheme involving fake school supply orders which wasted millions of dollars while district leaders begged for more state money. Businessman Norman Shy made $908,500 […]
‘An Easter miracle’: Duluth student thwarts potential suicide By Peter Passi on Mar 28, 2016 at 9:30 p.m. Thomas Stolee, a 19-year-old Duluth Denfeld grad now enrolled as a freshman at the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus, was definitely in the right place at the right time this past Easter Sunday. On a routine […]
So much for the first amendment, academic freedom, and the exchange of ideas in our esteemed institutions of higher learning.
University Threatens to Fire Professor for Criticizing a Faculty Member Who Allegedly Silenced Student Who Opposed Gay Marriage Mar. 29, 2016 1:46pm Carly Hoilman A private Catholic university in Wisconsin suspended a professor last week for a blog post he wrote criticizing another faculty member’s decision to bar a student who opposed same-sex marriage from […]
Stupidity should cause head pain…in this case, I’m not sure that it was a head shot but it certainly caused pain.
Suspected Burglar Could’ve Avoided Trip to the Hospital Had He Seen Sign Mother Posted Outside of Her Home Mar. 27, 2016 2:40pm Carly Hoilman A burglar missed a vital warning sign when he chose to break into one Indiana mother’s home Thursday. Hanging on the woman’s front door was a clear sign that read, “We […]
The killing spree of the wolf that the do gooders don’t want you to know about and no, its not “extremely rare”…especially with deer.
Wolf pack kills 19 Wyoming elk in one night Published March 25, 2016 FoxNews.com A pack of wolves killed 19 elk in western Wyoming, according to state wildlife officials describing the slaughter as an extremely rare “surplus kill.” John Lund of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department said it is not unusual for wolves to […]