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  • Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:49 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:49:23 GMT
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
  • Attorney: Quincy police had alleged shooter in custody for 16 hours day after incident before releasing him

    Attorney: Quincy police had alleged shooter in custody for 16 hours day after incident before releasing him

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 5:35 PM EDT2015-07-01 21:35:08 GMT
    The man accused of killing a 12-year-old Quincy boy in March was in the custody of Quincy police for 16 hours the day after the shooting before he was released. Steson L. Crider, 20, was a passenger in a 1999 Chrysler driven by his half brother Stefan K. Crider III, 24, that was pulled over by Sgt. Randy Wheeler at 1:20 a.m. on March 29 after it had left Town and Country Inn and Suites. 
    The man accused of killing a 12-year-old Quincy boy in March was in the custody of Quincy police for 16 hours the day after the shooting before he was released. Steson L. Crider, 20, was a passenger in a 1999 Chrysler driven by his half brother Stefan K. Crider III, 24, that was pulled over by Sgt. Randy Wheeler at 1:20 a.m. on March 29 after it had left Town and Country Inn and Suites. 
  • Semi-truck flips in Pike County after brakes fail

    Semi-truck flips in Pike County after brakes fail

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 1:25 PM EDT2015-07-01 17:25:49 GMT
    A tractor-trailer rig flipped onto its side Tuesday when its brakes failed, the driver said.The Pike County Sheriffs Department reports that Daniel Murphy, 32, of Winchester was driving a 2001 Sterling semi-truck west on Interstate 72. As Murphy attempted to stop at the intersection of County Highway 3, he said the brakes did not work.
    A tractor-trailer rig flipped onto its side Tuesday when its brakes failed, the driver said.The Pike County Sheriffs Department reports that Daniel Murphy, 32, of Winchester was driving a 2001 Sterling semi-truck west on Interstate 72. As Murphy attempted to stop at the intersection of County Highway 3, he said the brakes did not work.
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