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  • Dutch musician charged in stabbing death of US student

  • The Dutch musician charged with fatally stabbing a 21-year-old Minnesota student was “extremely calm, like he had just finished a yoga session,” when he was nabbed at a train station in the Netherlands Friday, a witness who photographed his arrest said. Joel Schelling, 23, was arrested at the Eindhoven Railway Station shortly after the body...
  • American Sarah Papenheim, 21, stabbed to death by roommate in Netherlands: report

  • A 21-year-old American college student studying abroad in the Netherlands was found dead dead in a pool of blood after being allegedly stabbed to death by her roommate, according to local reports. Minnesotan Sarah Papenheim, who was studying psychology at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, was brutally attacked in her apartment about a block from the...
  • Cops respond to noise complaint, end up playing Super Smash Bros.

  • Police officers in Minnesota were called to a noise complaint about group of friends playing video games over the weekend. But instead of getting the gamers in trouble, the cops ended up joining them for a round of Super Smash Bros. Jovante M. Williams, a dancer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, said he stopped by his...
  • Mike Zimmer’s daughter is sick of ‘heartless,’ ignorant Vikings fans

  • It’s been a stressful football season in Minnesota, where the Vikings have fallen to 6-6-1 a year after reaching the NFC Championship. Things have not gone as planned with high-priced quarterback Kirk Cousins playing very short of expectations and offensive coordinator John DeFilippo being shown the door this week. The heat is now on head...
  • Controversy surrounds Seahawks' key FG block

  • The Minnesota Vikings were deprived of three points Monday night when Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner apparently used illegal means to block a fourth-quarter field goal attempt.

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