Last month Abby Honold said she was honored to stand with Senator Al Franken and introduce legislation that would help sexual assault survivors like herself seek justice. It was a pivotal moment for the former U of M student because her attacker was a one-time intern for Senator Franken. On Thursday Honold's feelings towards the Senator quickly turned, as she learned about disturbing allegations of sexual misconduct.
MINNEAPOLIS - The City of Minneapolis and the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board are reaching out to residents around Lake Nokomis after a number of sinkholes and settled land have prompted complaints and concerns. "There's a sinkhole that we pass every day by one of the drains, as well as right outside our house,” said Katy Hammel, who lives near the lake and walks the park grounds every day.
MINNEAPOLIS - When Honor Flight Twin Cities took off on its 18th trip to Washington D.C. in late September, it was carrying a very unique passenger. Barb Larson became Minnesota's first "Rosie the Riveter" to take part. At 91 years old, Larson has the kind of apartment that indicates a life well lived. Her entryway is packed with photos and each one comes with a story. "It's kind of a memory lane," Larson said. World War II always played a major part of her life's journey.
Amazing insight to share on @kare11 tonight from rape survivor @abbyhonold who has had a busy couple of days finding a new sponsor for her important legislation once championed by @SenFranken. @amyklobuchar staff confirms they are now in touch with Abby about it.
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Selecting a term
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