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. Collapse at St. Paul Lowertown ballpark site kills veteran worker
A partial building collapse at the demolition site of the future Lowertown Ballpark in downtown St. Paul claimed the life of one worker Tuesday morning.
2. What's behind the lost tiger posters in Minneapolis?
Some strange lost cat posters have appeared around Minneapolis, featuring a snarling tiger named "Pickles."
3. Innocent driver killed by police chase suspect in Minneapolis
A 20-year-old Spring Valley, Wis., man was killed after a suspected drunk driver whose license was suspended struck his car while fleeing police in Minneapolis early Monday morning.
4. Teen who accidentally shot baby in north Minneapolis turns himself in
The 17-year-old suspect wanted in connection with the accidental shooting of a north Minneapolis infant turned himself in at City Hall early Tuesday morning.
5. Teen dies after fall from University of Minnesota dorm window
A 19-year-old visiting a friend at the University of Minnesota died Sunday after falling from the sixth-floor window of a residence hall the day before, campus police reported.
6. Fear grips Granite Falls after double homicide; $1K reward offered for Dikken
Many residents of Granite Falls, Minn., say their lives are full of fear because a local man suspected in a fatal double shooting is still on the loose, but the victims' loved ones are speaking out for justice.
7. Downtown Winona fire: Why? How? Anyone to blame?
A fire that started at the Islamic Center in downtown Winona, Minn. early Friday morning burned three buildings and forced six residents to evacuate the upstairs apartments.
8. MNSURE: Cost of health insurance plans released
According to information released Friday, MNsure plans will cost as low as $91 per month. That puts Minnesota's health care marketplace premiums the lowest among other states that have released rates.
9. RE-HOMING: Parents go online to find new homes for kids
When adoptive parents have second thoughts, they can turn to the Internet to find their child a new home. Reuters exposed the "re-homing" listings that raise concern but aren't illegal.