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EAST BETHEL, Minn. - Graphic dash-cam video released by the Anoka Counthy Sheriff's Department shows the moment a deer was struck by an oncoming vehicle, a collision that launched the animal onto the windshield of a passing deputy. According to a post on the Anoka County Sheriff's Office Facebook page:
A mattress fit for a king, well, technically two kings, just hit the market and consumers are in awe. Ace Collection , an online retailer of all things bedding, recently launched its most colossal product yet: a 144-inch-wide mattress. To be clear on just how wide that is, it is approximately the width of two king-size beds. The mattress is available in either soft, medium or firm, with a starting price tag of $2,750 for the mattress alone.
FARGO—If you're a Fargo-Moorhead resident and have used the popular ride-sharing app Uber, odds are you've likely patronized the most-frequent Uber destination in North Dakota. In a newly-released list published in USA Today, Uber listed the most popular Uber destinations in each state for 2017. The list includes every state except South Dakota, where Uber does not operate. It excludes highly-used destinations such as airports, major transit stations and convention centers.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - An undercover officer who survived after getting shot three times by a teenager during an incident in 2016 got his revenge on the man in court Wednesday, Nov.
PENNINGTON COUNTY, Minn. - As it turns out, you can’t drive a massively wide shed down a rural Minnesota road without proper permits and expect to get away with it. That is the case for a semi-truck driver near Thief River Falls who was attempting to haul a 36-foot-wide shed down a gravel road Sunday, Nov. 19, without proper permits or an escort vehicle.
BATTLE LAKE, Minn. - The region's recent string of warmer temperatures has turned a Minnesota lake from pure glass into a loud, shattered mess. Lisa Malmstrom, who lives on West Battle Lake, posted a video to her Facebook page Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 29, showing the shores of the lake filling up with what she refers to in her post as "millions of ice diamonds." It was only a few days ago, Malmstrom says, that the lake was still holding onto its initial layer of ice, but that all changed on Wednesday with a combination of warmer weather and high winds.
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.
Over the course of his nearly 50-year imprisonment, cult leader and convicted serial killer Charles Manson gave his fair share of interviews to local and national media. But for many, one interview in particular stood out above the rest. The interview took place in 1989, 20 years after Manson orchestrated the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969.