Woody Dale Branton, 62, was arrested at his home in Minneapolis and later appeared in federal district court in St. Paul.
Senser was convicted of two counts of criminal vehicular homicide in May 2012 and later sentenced to 41 months in prison.
Alan Gerlach has been snowskating since about 2001, just a few years after the invention of the snowskate, which looks like a hybrid between a skateboard and snowboard.
A plan that will be presented before the Minneapolis Planning Commission today would give the city the authority to purchase property in and around the Kmart site from voluntary private sellers.
The Anoka County Sheriff's Office identified her as Lesean Morrisa Taylor, 36, of St. Paul.
As communities across the state continue to struggle with rising rates of heroin abuse, these users, who are also younger, seem to be contracting the potentially liver-destroying disease hepatitis C at higher rates, according to state data. And health officials suspect dirty needles may be to blame.
Mall of America Vice President of Public Relations Dan Jasper said the expansion will add about 700,000 square feet to the Mall of America.
Anoka County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the death.
The man was sitting on a bench more than 35 feet away from paramedics when a Ramsey County Sheriff's deputy approached and ordered him to stop filming. He refused, and the deputy confiscated his camera.
A 12-year-old student at St. Louis Park Middle School has been hospitalized after an incident during a swimming class shortly before 9 a.m. Thursday.
Mourners sang, prayed and vowed to support the children's father, Troy Lewis, and two surviving children, who are hospitalized for their injuries.
One mother told a packed church in Spring Lake Park that no one in her family knew her 21-year-old was using drugs like heroin; that "this was not something that my bright, charismatic, well-adjusted, all-American boy would do."
Meet Chris Gibbs, one of the Minnesotans who voluntarily sleeps outside in a tent in the depths of winter. "The world kind of stands still in the winter," Gibbs says.
The Guard Recruiting Assistance Program started in 2005 to boost recruitment. It offered cash payments for referring applicants to the National Guard. But in recent weeks the Army has revealed that about 1,200 people are being criminally investigated for defrauding the program across the country.
Police were called to Springfield Public School just after 9:30 a.m. Thursday after a couple of students reportedly fell ill in the school auditorium.