The woman's body was recovered Friday morning. She was not immediately identified. Fire Chief Gary Retterath says the dog drowned after going back into the water after emergency crews recovered the woman's body.
The full report, which is expected to be released in a few weeks, may include test results and physical descriptions of the singer's heart that will show whether she suffered a heart attack, Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said.
The Eden Prairie man was found not guilty of first-degree murder by reason of mental illness after drowning his baby in a laundry tub in 2010, but before then, he hadn't shown any signs often associated with a mentally dangerous person.
An Alabama judge Thursday acquitted the man accused of drowning his newlywed wife during a honeymoon diving trip to Australia eight years ago, saying in an unusual ruling that prosecutors did not prove the man intentionally killed his wife to collect on a life insurance policy. Circuit Judge Tommy Nail issued his ruling before the defense had even presented its case in the two-week-long trial and before jurors were given the case to deliberate.
Seven people, including a 4-year-old girl, survived 20 hours at sea by clinging to their capsized boat and a small blue cooler after their vessel flipped during a fishing trip off the Florida Keys, officials said today.
e drowning of a severely disabled man left alone in a bathtub while under state care has triggered a change that will require immediate, top-level reporting of deaths in dozens of facilities run by the state Department of Human Services.
Police are looking into the actions of a supervisor at the state-run home. Authorities say the woman was bathing 56-year-old Gerald Hyska Aug. 28 and left him alone in the tub to take a phone call, resulting in his death.
The search for a missing Xcel Energy worker's body at the Minnesota Falls dam on the Minnesota River is over. The body of Tom Stich, 50, of Rush City was found late Friday morning downstream from the Minnesota Falls dam, said his former wife Deb Stich, who was near the dam location. Authorities are currently awaiting the arrival of the coroner before removing the body from Minnesota River.
"Alcohol and tubing are not a good combination. But who has the ability to change this combination?" writes Joy Austin. the mother of a young man who died while tubing on the Red Lake River. "That would be the business, the sheriff’s department and the county. They should follow the lead of other counties, states and tubing businesses around the country by taking such steps as banning Styrofoam coolers and beer kegs."
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