Karl-Anthony Towns agrees to a 4-year $224 million contract extension

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According to the Associated Press, Karl Anthony Towns will continue to be under contract for six years after he agreed to a Friday extension to stay with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Towns will earn $224,000,000 over four years.

After several explosions that forced evacuations close to the University of Minnesota and via WCCO, the Metropolitan Council issued a warning about releasing gasoline in the sewer.

Faiza Mahamud, reporting for the Star Tribune, reports that the Minneapolis City Council delayed Mayor Jacob Frey’s nomination of Barret Layne to lead the emergency department. This was after much debate about who should be held accountable if the system falls apart.

Tommy Wiita from Bring Me the News reports that the police responded to Hopkins High School after a caller calling from off-campus reported shots being fired at the school. Principal Crystal Ballard described the incident as a “terrible joke.”

Chris Riemenschneider from the Star Tribune wrote on the day former HuskerDu bassist Greg Norton was to start a U.K tour with his new band UltraBomb. However, he declared that he is battling the prostate cancer and had to cancel the tour.

Jay Boller of Racket writes $4.2 Million Betty Danger’s can be yours .

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