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According to the criminal complaint, a man requested a welfare check at the residence for his ex-wife after Michael Munger messaged him that his ex-wife was “gone.”
By state, Minnesota ranks 24th on the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center’s number of reported cybercrimes in 2020 with 6,847 reported. Law enforcement provides tips to avoid being scammed.
According to Nisswa Fire Chief Shawn Bailey, there were 23 vehicles involved in the crash, including three semitrailers.
The Minnesota State Patrol reported that driver Katrina Rose Lipp, 19, of Brainerd, and passenger Tiffanie Amber Rivera, 21, of Blackduck, were pronounced dead at the scene.

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Christopher Jerome Endicott, 53, who was sentenced in 2019 to eight years in prison for identity theft, stalking and burglary, was found unresponsive in his cell in the Brainerd jail. Lifesaving measures were unsuccessful.
Gov. Tim Walz said the care center would be able to take 34 patients at a time to relieve the burden on central and northern Minnesota's hospitals.
White obelisks dot the route at each kilometer, honoring the sacrifice of the nearly 75,000 American and Filipino soldiers captured and forced to march to their imprisonment or demise in the Bataan Death March during World War II. And now, a replica of one of those markers will greet visitors of the Crow Wing County Fair, recognizing Brainerd’s historic connection to that horrifying chapter of war.
WeARE The Clinic could access new grant funding sources and accept and help clients with private health insurance.
Officer Grant Larson was first on the scene and saw smoke coming from the home with the front door ajar. Larson entered the home and through the smoke, found the woman on the couch.
Upon arrival, the victim was located about 100 yards past the railroad crossing — or about seven box cars deep — as the train was traveling east.

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Steve Brandt of Brainerd died in May from cancer at the age of 65, but his legacy lives on in his three children ... and in the young pine trees the family planted decades ago at their former residence near Jackson and Northwest Third streets he humorously dubbed “Steve Brandt National Forest.”
Photos of the partial solar eclipse at sunrise, along with other sunrise shots, Thursday, June 10, 2021, over Round Lake north of Brainerd, Minn.
Brett Stimac pleaded guilty last September to killing the giant bear on the Red Lake Reservation in 2019.

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