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Opening Arguments Get Underway in Byron Smith Murder Trial [VIDEO]

Prosecutors allege a Little Falls man set a trap for two teens, then was lying in wait before shooting and killing them as they broke into his home on Thanksgiving Day 2012.

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Jury Selection Completed in Byron Smith Murder Trial

Jury selection has wrapped up in the case of a Little Falls man standing trial on murder charges.

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Jury Selection Begins in Byron Smith Murder Trial

The trial of a Little Falls man accused of fatally shooting two teenagers who broke into his house gets underway with jury selection today.

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Judge Alters Bail for Accused Little Falls Shooter

A Morrison County judge has made partial changes to a Little Falls man's bail who is charged with murdering two teenagers on Thanksgiving Day.

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Central Minnesota Rocked by Violent Crime in Recent Weeks

Residents in Central Minnesota have had their small towns and sleepy neighborhoods rocked by a string of violent crimes usually thought of as "big city" problems, or something that only happens "someplace else."

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Funeral for Little Falls Teens Killed in Alleged Break-In

More than 400 people have gathered at a Little Falls church for the funeral of two teens shot to death after they allegedly broke into a man's home on Thanksgiving Day. Saturday's ceremony lasted more than an hour.

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Haile Kifer and Nick Brady
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Fund Set Up For Families of Slain Little Falls Teens

A memorial fund has been set up for the families of two Minnesota teenagers fatally shot during an alleged home burglary. The fund was set up at Pine Country Bank in Little Falls, Bowlus, Royalton and Rice. Checks may be written out to the Haile Kifer and Nicholas Brady Memorial Fund.

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Teens’ Killing Suspect Worked on Embassy Buildings

A Little Falls man charged with murdering two teenagers who apparently broke into his home on Thanksgiving Day had a job that involved overseeing technical security issues for U.S. embassies. Byron Smith was a security engineer for the U.S. Department of State.

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UPDATE: Sheriff: Evidence Links Slain Teens To Other Burglary

The Morrison County Sheriff says they've found evidence that links the two teens who were shot and killed on Thanksgiving Day to another another burglary. Sheriff Michel Wetzel says a search of their red Mitsubishi Eclipse found items reported stolen in the burglary.

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