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WABASHA, Minn.—A 19-year-old Minnesota woman is dead following an accident at a ski resort in southeastern Minnesota Saturday, Jan. 20, according to KTTC-TV. Bethany Becker, of Corcoran, Minn., hit a tree after failing to make a turn toward the bottom of a ski slope at Coffee Mill Ski Area in Wabasha, according to police. An ambulance crew arrived on scene and transported Becker to Mayo Clinic-Saint Marys and met the Mayo One helicopter at Plainview along the way.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz published a tweet Friday, Jan. 12, which appears to be in response to recent remarks made by President Trump. The tweet from Wentz reads: "Much love for the people of Haiti! They've been thru so much but it was incredible to see so much hope for them--even tho they've been stricken by so many natural disasters. Such a resilient nation & a place I'm passionate about. Definitely changed @jmattjmattjmatt and I forever!" Much love for the people of Haiti!
MINNEAPOLIS—Disgruntled motorists in Minnesota and North Dakota now have statistical evidence to their claims that their state has some of the worst drivers in the country. According to a newly released study by insurance company QuoteWizard, Minnesota is the second-ranked state in the country when it comes to having the worst drivers. That is up nine spots from the same study released in 2016 that had Minnesota ranked as the 11th-worst state for bad drivers. North Dakota was ranked 10th.
NORTHFIELD, Ill. - A suburban Chicago family is lucky to still have their pet dog after it was randomly attacked by a coyote Wednesday morning, Dec.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. - A Colorado woman claims to have seen Bigfoot while driving along a major Nebraska highway Saturday night, Nov. 25. But, like many who have came and gone before her, there seems to be no other witnesses.
An encounter between a Wisconsin hunter and a deer is driving the internet wild to the tune of over 13 million views by 8 p.m. Tuesday night, Nov. 21. Dan W Hartley, of Janesville, Wis., posted the now-viral video to his Facebook page on Nov. 18, and has since been shared nearly 350,000 times. The video is a seven-minute encounter between Hartley and a large buck. The video starts out showing the buck within inches of Hartley.
PEPIN COUNTY, Wis.—A hunter in Wisconsin claims he never saw the all-white coat of the albino deer he shot and killed Saturday morning, Nov. 18. The hunter claimed to only see the brown on the top of its head before eventually killing the animal, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. "If it's an all-white deer—not including the head, hooves or the tarsal glands—then it's a protected animal," Wisconsin DNR conservation warden Richard Rosen said in an interview with WEAU-TV.
LOS ANGELES—More details have emerged following the controversial hit by Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, courtesy of Rodgers himself. In a Thursday, Oct. 27 appearance on TBS's "Conan O'Brien Show," Rodgers revealed that there was more to the sack saga that the public never saw. "I looked over at him (Barr) as I walked off the field," Rodgers said. "The cameras caught me saying something to him, but what they missed was him (Barr) giving the finger and the 'suck it' sign."
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - A newborn baby left abandoned on the shoulder of an Oklahoma City freeway Saturday, Sept. 23, has been turned over to the Department of Human Services. Even more odd, the 1-month-old baby was found with $5,500 in cash along with the infant's birth certificate inside the car seat he was lying in.