>> Shooting in Blue Earth County Sends Man to Hospital

(Eagle Lake, MN) — A man suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot in the arm by his son in Blue Earth County Monday afternoon. Police were dispatched to Country Manor, a mobile home community in Eagle Lake where they found a 59-year-old man who had been shot. The man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries and later airlifted for further treatment. Police say the man’s son is in custody. More information is expected to be released today.

>>Court Hearing for Meeker County Man Accused of Fatally Shooting Wife

(Litchfield, MN) — A Meeker County man makes his first court appearance today (Tues) for the alleged shooting death of his wife near Dassel. Prosecutors say 35-year-old Brian Demarais is facing one count of second-degree murder in the shooting of 29-year-old Kayla Demarais. Deputies say Brian called 9-1-1 last Thursday morning to report that he had shot his wife, and she was later found dead in their home. Two children who witnessed the incident were placed in protective custody.

>> A child in St. Paul and another in Minneapolis were Hit when bullets were Fired into their homes

(Various) — As Minnesota entered the new year, two children suffered gunshot wounds in separate incidents when unknown assailants fired into their homes in Saint Paul and Minneapolis. The first shooting was just before midnight in the capital city’s Frogtown neighborhood where a 10-year-old boy was hit in the stomach. He’s in critical but stable condition and is expected to survive. And just after midnight in north Minneapolis, an 11-year-old girl had a non-critical gunshot wound, authorities say from an errant bullet from outside the house. There have been no arrests and anyone with tips should contact CrimeStoppers.

>>Duluth snowplow, unable to stop, flips on side after hitting stopped car

(Duluth, MN)  —  A Duluth snowplow ended on its side after the driver was unable to stop on a slippery road and slid into a car that was stopped at a stop sign.  The two people in the car reported minor injuries and one was taken to a local hospital.  It happened Sunday morning in a hilly area just northwest of downtown Duluth.

>>Moorhead police investigating after teen shot in leg

(Moorhead, MN)  —  Police in Moorhead are investigating a shooting late Sunday afternoon that sent a 17-year-old to the hospital.  The person reportedly was shot in the leg but there’s no information on the victim’s condition.  No weapon was found at the scene.  Police say there’s no known threat to the general public.  Anyone with information should call the Red River Regional Dispatch Center.

>>January Ideal Time to Test for Radon

(St. Paul, MN) –The Minnesota Department of Health is pushing to get people to test their homes for radon. (RAY’-dahn) Dan Trantner of the M-D-H Indoor Air program says it is a type of radiation that comes from our soil and can seep into our homes. He says January is an ideal time to test because our homes are closed up and furnaces are running. You can get a radon test kit for low or no cost through a city or county health department in Minnesota, or at a hardware store.

>>Wolves lose to Knicks 112-106 in New York

(New York, NY)  —  It was the Knicks 112, the Minnesota Timberwolves 106 in a New Year’s matinee matchup at Madison Square Garden in New York City.  Observers say the Wolves might have turned in their worst performance of the season in the second and third quarters, with a fourth-quarter comeback featuring Jordan McLaughlin and Karl-Anthony Towns coming too late.

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