1. 2 masked Texans among 3 who ambushed ATM technician in Edina, fled with $112K: Two men from Houston were arrested and charged in Hennepin County District Court this week in connection with the heist about 3:30 p.m. Friday at the U.S. Bank in the 50th & France retail district. Read more.
  2. Mayo Clinic boosting pay 6%, biggest jump in more than two decades: The raises apply to 64,500 allied health staff across the Rochester-based health system, which operates in Minnesota and four other states. The categortimy includes jobs ranging from nurses and technicians to security and maintenance, although pay increases don't apply to workers covered by union contracts, said JoEllen Frain, the chair of human resources at the clinic. Read more.
  3. Citing discrimination, ex-fire captain terminated while on leave for PTSD sues Brooklyn Park: When he achieved his dream of becoming a firefighter for the city of Brooklyn Park in 2013, Joseph Tiedeman quickly climbed the ladder within the department to become one of its youngest captains. But after a bout with post-traumatic stress disorder sidelined the 27-year-old for months last year, he was fired. Read more.
  4. Lawsuit settled, film to resume after Alec Baldwin shooting: The family of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on the set of the film "Rust" has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the actor and the movie's producers, allowing the movie to continue production. Read more.
  5. Scenic North Shore road closed for emergency repairs: At the height of fall color season, a section of the popular leaf-peeping drive between Duluth and Two Harbors will close after officials worry parts of the road may fall into Lake Superior. Read more.

Timelapse of the 15ft Storm Surge from Hurricane Ian hitting Ft. Myers beach: Storm chaser Max Olson shares a video their equipment captured during last week's hurricane which left Florida communities leveled and over 100 people dead. Watch here.

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Cheers as pioneering Indeed Brewing in Minneapolis celebrates 10 years: A lot has changed at Indeed over the past decade. The business grew quickly. The original cold room that was supposed to last for years was outgrown in months and now serves as the brewery's "garage fridge." The "huge space" they started with is filled to the brim, and the projected 3,000 barrels of annual production is now more than 20,000. Read more.


She broke the U women's golf scoring record — then broke it again a week later: In the second tournament of her college career, Gophers freshman golfer Mariana Mesones shot an 8-under 64, the lowest score in the history of the program. As it turns out, she and her teammates were just getting warmed up. Read more.

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Stockton, Calif. police warn of potential serial killer: At a press conference Tuesday, police provided details of five killings over the past six months and two other attacks from last year that they say may be the work of one or multiple serial killers. Read more.


Oct. 5, 2020: People wandered the Mississippi River bottom Monday afternoon below the Stone Arch Bridge as the Army Corps of Engineers lowered the river to allow inspection of the upper and lower lock and dams. (Photo: Glen Stubbe/Star Tribune)