- Byron Smith ordered to pay $21,000
- Reminder: don't blow snow onto roads
- New hangar unveiled at St. Cloud Airport
- Knoblach to head Ways and Means Committee
- Sartell gets technical in reporting problems
A Little Falls man convicted of murdering two unarmed teenagers who broke into his home is contesting the restitution prosecutors are asking he pay for the deaths. Sixty-six-year-old Byron Smith took the stand Tuesday to testify about what had been stolen in a series of burglaries at his Little Falls home before the Thanksgiving Day 2012 shootings.
-- Byron Smith's attorneys appeal case
-- Flood warning continues
-- Two golf courses find new way to keep greens green
-- John Deere's new high speed planter
-- Horse racing fans head to Canterbury Park
Attorneys for a central Minnesota man convicted of murdering two teenagers who broke into his home are appealing the case to the state Supreme Court. Defense attorney Steve Meshbesher wants a new trial for 65-year-old Byron Smith.
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