Tuesday News Update (11/28)
Welcome to your news update.
PEDESTRIANS HIT BY CAR
Two men are hurt this morning after being hit by a car in Grand Forks.
It happened just after 8 p.m. last night in the 1700 Blk of Old Mill Rd. near the Bun Bar.
According to Grand Forks Police, a 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier was headed southbound when it hit two pedestrians crossing the road -- A 52-year-old man and a 22-year-old man both of Grand Forks.
They were both taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
The crash remains under investigation.
Police are asking anyone who may have witnessed it to call them.
TWO BODIES FOUND
Searchers have recovered the bodies of two people missing near Red Lake, Minnesota.
The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office says the bodies of 30-year-old Melissa Siedenstricker and 29-year-old Zeth Knyphausen, were found at about 3 o'clock yesterday.
The couple's ATV was found submerged through a hole in the ice.
FRANKEN RETURNS TO CAPITOL HILL
Senator Al Franken HAS returned to Capitol Hill, for the first time since sexual misconduct allegations have been leveled against him.
Four women have now accused the Minnesota Democrat of misconduct.
Earlier this month, a California radio host said Franken forcibly kissed her and groped her in 2006.
Since then, three other women accused the Senator of improper behavior.
They say he touched them inappropriately during photo ops.
Senator Al Franken said, "I'm a warm person, I hug people, I would never intentionally do that. What I've learned is that I'm going to have to be more careful in these encounters in these situations. I respect that you have to listen to women you have to hear what they're saying, I respect their experience. That's why I apologize."
Franken says he has no plans to resign.
Instead, he wants to focus on earning back the people's trust by working as hard as he can in the Senate.
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