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Thursday roundup: Family angry, Sunday shooting charges, hotel bees

Posted by: under Local business, Parks and recreation, People and neighborhoods, Public records, Public safety Updated: June 28, 2012 - 10:39 AM

Family angry, police anxious a day after boy's fatal shooting: Family members of a 5-year-old killed Wednesday rejected police assertions that they knew who killed the boy. Meanwhile, police asked the public for any information that could help them track down the killer.(MATT MCKINNEY)

2 charged in downtown shooting outside Gay 90s: Two men were charged in the Sunday night shooting at the Gay 90s bar that left four people wounded. One suspect was among those shot. (NICOLE NORFLEET)

Field of dreams: What we'd like to see in a new stadium: Fans, players and team employees weighed in on the plans for the new Vikings stadium about what they want to see in the completed facility. (BILL WARD)

Counter Intelligence: The W's latest buzz: The W Minneapolis-The Foshay Hotel is now home to two beehives. A St. Paul chocolatier and beekeeper will use the hives’ honey to make candy for the hotel. (RICK NELSON)

Mpls. police need public's help to find abducted baby: Police are asking for help in locating a missing 6-month-old who was abducted from a foster home by his mother. (NICOLE NORFLEET)

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