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Minnesota Woman on Losing Brother During Las Vegas Shooting; Lawsuit Filed Over Mandalay Bay Response

Emily Alvarez lost her brother, Brian Fraser, to the shooting in Las Vegas. KMSP Fox 9 reporter, Christina Palladino has her story.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — An Eden Prairie woman who lost her brother in the Las Vegas massacre is opening up about the heartbreak her family is going through. Christina Palladino talked with the woman about losing a member of her family. Emily Alvarez is a Special Education teacher at Minnetonka…

On KVRR Local News at 9: Fargo Man Keeps His Cool During Shooting in Las Vegas

One of them used his experience in the Navy to keep calm and get his friends out alive

FARGO, ND — Three Fargo couples were in the crowd as chaos erupted during that mass shooting at a concert in Las Vegas Sunday night. One of them used his experience in the Navy to keep calm and get his friends out alive. Beau Flom, his wife Adrianne and two other couples were enjoying the final day of the Route…

Thief River Falls Radio GM Describes Scene of Vegas Shooting; Jason Aldean, Local Legislators Speak Out

Weber ended up being held for safety in one of the hotel's theaters for hours waiting to get on a bus to be moved out of the active crime scene. Anchor Alison Voorhees contributed to this report.

LAS VEGAS — The general manager of Thief River Falls Radio was covering the country music festival when the shots rang out. Jake Weber said at first, he had no idea this was an act of violence. He thought it was fireworks at the end of the party. Weber had just run back to his room in the Mandalay Bay…

Moorhead Public Schools Making Changes to Lockdown Policy

A regional committee says keeping a classroom locked up in an active shooter situation could sometimes be dangerous

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Public Schools are making changes to their lockdown policy. A regional committee says keeping a classroom locked up in an active shooter situation could sometimes be dangerous. Implementing the A.L.I.C.E. Schools Emergency Program could take more than a year. But district staff members begin their training tonight. Under the new protocol, classrooms will be allowed to…