In today's fast-paced world, it can be tough to keep up with the news each and every day. Stay in the know with the Sunday summary of the nine most-read articles on myfox9.com from the past week.
1. Man's 'frozen' body removed from Shorewood home
Neighbors in Shorewood say they are frustrated that police are releasing so few details about a death investigation involving a missing man whose "frozen" body was removed on Thursday.
2. Suspect shot, killed by Brooklyn Center officer at I-694 on-ramp
Brooklyn Center police shot and killed one suspect early Friday morning following a traffic stop at the Interstate 694 on-ramp from Shingle Creek Parkway.
3. Stillwater man finds 5-foot boa constrictor wrapped around deck rail
Have you ever walked outside to find a 5-foot boa constrictor? One Stillwater, Minn., homeowner has. He stepped out onto his deck and discovered the serpent wrapped around his deck railing.
4. Baby, pregnant woman, teen shot; No arrests despite rally
Police are still seeking the shooter who injured a 14-month-old baby girl, her 17-year-old uncle and a 19-year-old woman who is nine months pregnant, and the community is rallying to end the violence.
5. 911 call reveals staffer's bravery in Georgia school shooting
A Georgia elementary school bookkeeper is being praised for keeping calm under pressure after an armed man took her hostage, and the 911 call shows just how well she handled herself and the situation.
6. Northfield, Minn., toddler pioneers surgery for Pfeiffer syndrome
A 3-year-old boy from Northfield, Minn., who was born with a rare condition is pioneering a first-of-its-kind surgery that could help him look like his peers one day.
7. LYME DISEASE: CDC ups national estimates tenfold
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention upped national estimates of Lyme disease diagnoses from 30,000 patients a year to 300,000, and there are several factors behind the tenfold spike.
8. 101-year-old St. Paul woman hit by police SUV dies
A 101-year-old St. Paul woman has died after being hit by a St. Paul police squad car on Aug. 16. Roza Sakhina was coming home from her daily walk when the officer backed into her.
9. Shooting reported on St. Paul's east side despite increased patrols
Just days after St. Paul Police Chief Tom Smith promised to up patrols on the city's east side in the wake of recent violence, bullets flew just a few blocks from where a man was brutally beaten.