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Tuesday News Update (11/21)

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Welcome to your news update.

GUNPOINT ROBBERY

Police are asking for your help this morning in their search for two suspects who robbed a store at gunpoint.

According to the Grand Forks Police Department, they were called to the Little Caesar's on Gateway Drive for a report of a robbery just after 10:00 Monday night.

Three employees were working at the time and say two men came inside at closing time, showed a handgun, stole an unknown amount of money, then took off on foot.

No one was hurt during the incident.

The two suspects are described as white males.

One was wearing a tan jacket and stood about six-feet tall.

The other had on a black jacket and was described as being shorter than his accomplice.

They were both wearing ski masks.

If you have any information, you're asked to contact Grand Forks Police.

GUSTY WINDS

Gusty winds are ripping through the region.

They're so strong, they knocked over a house under consturction early Tuesday morning.

A house that's being built on 34th Street S. in Moorhead came tumbling down around 2:30 Tuesday morning.

No one was hurt, but a next-door neighbor's house did suffer some damage to the gutters.

NEW ALLEGATIONS AGAINST SENATOR

Another woman is speaking out against Al Franken after she says he touched her inappropriately.

33-year-old Lindsay Menz, who now lives in Frisco, Texas, says the Senator gropped her while the two posed for a photo at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010.

It's the first allegation of improper touching by Franken while he was in office.

In a statement, Franken said he doesn't remember taking the photo with Menz, and he felt bad she felt disrespected.

This comes just days after Leeann Tweeden, a radio anchor in California, said Franken forcibly kissed and groped her in 2006.

Franken has since issued an apology to Tweeden and faces a potential investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee.

Join us for more news throughout the day on WDAY.com and WDAZ.com.

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