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Ruh-roh! Stolen Mystery Machine crashes into Minnesota home


Zoinks! A van painted to look like the Mystery Machine van from “Scooby-Doo” crashed into a home in St. Paul, and police soon learned it had been stolen.

No injuries were reported, but the custom-painted van sustained front-end damage.

Guy Frechette was sleeping about 3 a.m. Friday when St. Paul police officers knocked on his door in the Payne-Phalen area, a few miles from the crash site, to tell him about his van. Frechette didn’t know it was missing but learned it had been stolen from in front of his home in the 700 block of East Nevada Avenue.

“When the police knock on your door that early in the morning, it can never be good news,” Frechette said. “But no one died, and it’s just a van when it comes down to it. We paint it, we have fun with it.”

Read more: www.wctrib.com/news/state/4032284-ruh-roh-stolen-mystery-machine-crashes-minnesota-home

Illinois News - 5/14/2016

84-year-old grandfather to graduate from Chicago's Northeastern Illinois University

Illinois lawsuit against Senate candidate Duckworth in court

Illinois Senate campaign targets 'war hero' veterans record

Chicago replacing agency that reviews police misconduct

Illinois lawmakers pass $700M for human services programs

Illinois Senate approves education funding overhaul

Illinois energy industries pushing for state help

Texas woman accused of using Chicago doctor's credentials

Change in delayed-payment rules would benefit CWLP

Feds dispute claim ex-U.S. Rep. Reynolds can't prepare for trial

Missouri man gets 25 years in Illinois murder-for-hire plot

Legislators plead Clinton nuke case with Rauner

Emanuel says to scrap police review authority

Chicago Public Schools Principals bracing to lose 20 percent in school budgets

Rahm backs $2.2M settlement in case of man killed by cops in 2005

Chicago Public Schools warns of dramatic cutbacks to summer school programs

Flyers promoting anti-Rauner rally banned from state offices

Emanuel denies some Chicago neighborhoods being left behind

Clout company gets $60M towing contract to maintain stranglehold

Prominent chef Tony Hu charged with underreporting cash receipts

Government on hook for $9 million verdict in Northwest Side hospital deaths

Startup insurer affiliated with UnitedHealthcare plans Chicago-area expansion

Iowa News - 5/14/2016

Boys, 14 and 15, arrested in fatal Des Moines shooting

Warren County Courthouse not fit for use, judge says

Iowa schools: We already accommodate transgender students

Sioux tribe trying to block Iowa pipeline construction

Branstad signs bill allowing early release of hundreds of drug felons

28-story high rise gets Cedar Rapids staff support

Iowa health insurer seeks steep premium hikes for some customers

Missouri News - 5/14/2016

New Ferguson police chief Delrish Moss: 'Let's get to work'

Lee’s Summit man convicted in $3.7 million mortgage fraud

Missouri Republicans fail to override veto of union legislation

Proposed Missouri voter ID proposal ripped

Missouri drug monitoring program stalls in the Senate once again

KC’s early childhood education tax levy bill dies in General Assembly

‘Stand your ground’ and voter ID highlight Missouri GOP wins as 2016 session ends

Bost suggests Congress could cut funding to thwart new NGA

How major legislation fared in the Missouri Legislature in 2016

Top Democrat in Senate departs, setting up rush to fill St. Louis seat

State Senate passes bill to ban traffic-ticket quotas

Drop in enrollment may cost Mizzou $36 million

Planned Parenthood awaits decision on privileges, Supreme Court ruling to provide Columbia abortions

Kansas News - 5/13/2016

Law will allow Kansas public employees to carry concealed firearms on the job

After pleading guilty to terrorism, John Booker Jr. will be appointed a new attorney

Kansas to toughen rules on transgender birth certificates

Proposed rule change slammed as harming transgender youth: 'These regulations will be written in their blood'

Kansas officials’ private emails about public business to be subject to disclosure

Nebraska News - 5/13/2016

Tourism Commission suspends director

Ricketts: Some state senators fared poorly Tuesday because they didn't listen to constituents

South Dakota News - 5/13/2017

Oops! Bernie Sanders calls Sioux Falls 'Sioux City'

Sanders courts young voters in Sioux Falls

Bernie Sanders speaks to 800 in Pine Ridge; more than 2,000 gather for speech in Rapid City

South Dakota Oglala Sioux Tribe caught up in $60 million scam

North Dakota News - 5/13/2016

North Dakota man plows Prince's symbol in farm field

Failed North Dakota gay rights bill to be introduced again; would've made North Carolina law illegal

Governor candidates call for audit of North Dakota Oil and Gas Division

Burgum gets $100K from Bill Gates for campaign, raises nearly $1M

Dems again call for ND special session, citing rising drug abuse

Hillary Clinton ramps up campaign in North Dakota

Former President Bill Clinton to stump for Hillary in Fargo

Sanders and Clinton campaigning in North Dakota shows deep

Bernie Sanders' wife to speak in Grand Forks today

The Friday the 13th Florida Man Update

[font color=330099]It appears that Florida Man has already had plenty of bad luck. Could it get any worse?[/font]

Florida man admits to bogus withdrawals

Alligator bites off the arm of a Florida man fleeing police

Florida man shoots himself in arm, doesn’t notice till 2 days later

Tennessee News - 5/13/2006

Prisons don't tell victims if attackers have hepatitis C

Counseling group cancels conference to target Tennessee law

Second Convention Now Boycotting Tennessee Over Anti-Gay 'Religious Freedom' Law

Tennessee Board of Regents eyes low tuition hikes

Judge: Nashville judge left man in jail too long

Legislative leaders don't expect more vetoes

Attorneys demand evidence after lawsuit alleges Calhoun students drugged, raped classmate
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