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Funeral Set for Coach’s Infant Son

A funeral is set for the 5-month-old son of Southwest Minnesota State men's basketball coach Brad Bigler and his wife Heather. Services for Drake Bigler will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at First Lutheran Church in Marshall.

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Charges: Suspect BAC in Starbuck Crash 4 Times Limit

Charges say the man accused of driving drunk and killing a Minnesota coach's son had a blood-alcohol content more than four times the legal limit. Thirty-eight-year-old Dana Schoen of Starbuck faces three criminal vehicular homicide or operation charges.

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Crash Kills Son of Southwest Minnesota State Coach

The men's basketball coach at Southwest Minnesota State University is in critical condition after a crash in western Minnesota that killed his 5-month-old son. The Minnesota State Patrol says the coach, 33-year-old Brad Bigler, is hospitalized in Sioux Falls, S.D. Five-month-old Drake Phillip Bigler was killed, and two other occupants were injured.

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Clear Lake Man Dies in Wednesday Crash

A Clear Lake man is dead after a one vehicle crash in Sherburne County Wednesday night. Sheriff's officials say a passerby noticed a vehicle on its roof and partially submerged in the Elk River.

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Eugene Rivetts (Stearns County Jail Photo)
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Rivetts Sentenced in Fatal Hummer Crash

The driver of a Hummer that struck and killed a motorist near Opole in August of 2009 has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. The sentencing of 44-year-old Eugene Rivetts ends a 2-and-a-half year saga as to who was the driver of the Hummer.

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Minnesota Patrol: Speed Factor in Crash that Killed 4

The Minnesota State Patrol says speed contributed to a February crash that killed four North Dakota State University students on their way back to school. The patrol also concluded that the driver was not driving for the conditions.

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Driver in Wrong-Way Fatal Crash Pleads Guilty

A Waite Park man has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from that wrong-way crash last April where a man and an unborn baby were killed.

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MnDOT to Study Cable Barriers for Deadly I-94 Crash Site

The Minnesota Department of Transportation has been working in recent years to install more cable barriers in the medians of highways and interstate where cross-median crashes tend to occur. Unfortunately, there was no cable median barrier along I-94 where four college students died Monday.

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UPDATE: 4 Dead in I-94 Crash Near Alexandria

Four NDSU students heading back to school were killed when their car crossed the median on I-94 west of Alexandria yesterday (Monday) afternoon and collided with an SUV going the other way.

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Big Lake Man Killed as SUV Crashes into a House

A Big Lake man was killed on Saturday when the SUV he was driving crashed into a house. The Sherburne County Sheriff's Department says the incident happened at about 7:00 p.m. in Orrock Township.

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