Chaska Man Identified in Burnsville Officer-Involved Shooting | KSTP TV – Minneapolis and St. Paul

Dave Aeikens
Updated: 03/21/2016 10:16 AM
Created: 03/21/2016 9:47 AM

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has identified the man shot and killed by Burnsville police last Thursday in a McDonald’s parking lot.

The medical examiner said 38-year-old Map Kong of Chaska died from multiple gunshot wounds.

The incident happened about 6:15 a.m. at a McDonald’s at 2901 Minnesota Highway 13. Police say they received a call about a suspicious person and found a man brandishing a knife.

Five officers were involved.

Source: Chaska Man Identified in Burnsville Officer-Involved Shooting | KSTP TV – Minneapolis and St. Paul

Too much money for aid, too little for tuition – Pitt News

THE DAILY STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

The average cost of a public four-year university is significantly less than that of a private 4-year school. College Board reports that for the 2015-2016 school year, public institutions averaged $9,410 in in-state tuition, compared to $32,405 at private institutions.

When you factor in room and board and other fees, many private schools reach upwards of $60,000 a year, compared to Pitt’s $17,292 — the 2015-16 in-state tuition for the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.

Pitt’s tuition is still lofty, to be sure. In 2014 U.S. News named the University of Pittsburgh the most expensive in-state tuition in the country. But compared to so many other schools, it’s an incredible value.

Brazil’s Roger Agnelli, who turned Vale into world’s top iron producer, dies in crash, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories – The Straits Times

Companies & Markets News -SAO PAULO (REUTERS) – Roger Agnelli, the Brazilian banker who turned Vale into the world’s No 1 iron ore producer, died on Saturday (March 19) in a plane crash. He was 56.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Source: Brazil’s Roger Agnelli, who turned Vale into world’s top iron producer, dies in crash, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories – The Straits Times

12 dead after Indonesian military helicopter crashes – CBS News

JAKARTA, Indonesia — An Indonesian military helicopter crashed and burst into flames Sunday during a mission to capture the country’s most wanted militant, killing at least 12 people on board.

The Bell 412-EP helicopter was carrying 13 soldiers and crew when it went down about 35 minutes after taking off from Poso district’s Watutau village, said Maj. Gen. Agus Surya Bakti, the regional military chief overseeing South and Central Sulawesi provinces.

Source: 12 dead after Indonesian military helicopter crashes – CBS News

2 Men Sought After Armed Robbery At Gas Station – Story

ANTIOCH, Tenn. – Police said they’re searching for a couple of armed suspects who allegedly robbed several people at a gas station in Antioch.

The incident happened around 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the parking lot of the Shell Station on Cane Ridge Road.
Officials with the Metro Nashville Police Department said four teenagers were in a car when they said two black males robbed them at gunpoint.

Authorities said the men got money and jewelry before taking off in small white SUV toward Interstate 24.

Source: 2 Men Sought After Armed Robbery At Gas Station – Story