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Another Afternoon Msp Part 3



Michigan State Police are investigating what appears to be a homicide in Alpena County after the remains of a female were found in a wooded area Friday afternoon. MSP detectives were acting on a tip when they found the body.




Another Afternoon Msp Part 3



Yesterday afternoon MSP detectives and the MSP Crime Lab responded to a wooded area in Alpena Township and discovered the remains of female. A positive identification has not been made, but it is believed to be Abby Hill. pic.twitter.com/b0Fvdh4m37


If police positively identify the newly found body as Hill, many unanswered questions remain. For instance, Hill participated in the alleged holdup on Sept. 21 with Wirgau, the owner of the Alpena Township home where police found the body of 18-year-old Bynn Bills at the end of September.


Bills disappeared on Aug. 1 when her family last had contact with her. The family filed a missing persons report with the Alpena Police Department on Aug. 17 after they became concerned when she did not respond to messages about her 18th birthday.


The Minnesota State Patrol says between 6 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, there have been 266 crashes, including 20 that resulted in injuries. There were also 308 vehicle spinouts and off-road accidents, and two jackknifed semis.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update15"},"@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update14","headline":"\"Ground Stop\" issued at MSP Airport","datePublished":"2022-12-22T01:42:43+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-22T01:42:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Staff","givenName":"WCCO","name":"WCCO Staff"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"The FAA issued a \"Ground Stop\" at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Wednesday evening, halting planes from landing and departing for less than an hour. It expired at 8 p.m.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update14","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update13","headline":"Twin Cities drivers try to stay ahead of the storm","datePublished":"2022-12-21T23:57:08+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T23:57:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Lauritsen","givenName":"John","name":"John Lauritsen"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"Light flakes began to fall Wednesday morning, and that caused things to get slick around the Twin Cities as it mixed with the sub-zero temperatures. Then, the snow began to really come down in most parts of the state.A rest stop near Interstate 94 in Maple Grove has gotten busier with drivers of all kinds. We\u0027ve seen people pull over just to clean off their wipers or ice scrape, or just to take a break.Truck drivers coming from northern Minnesota and going south said the roads were bad Wednesday morning, but they felt like they were staying ahead of the storm.My parents live in western Minnesota. They made it a point to drive here three days early so they could beat most of the snow. \"We came from out in the country by Milan, Minnesota, and we headed straight east to pick up Highway 12 and the roads were absolutely horrible,\" said Dave Lauritsen of Big Bend Township. \"We had a poker game scheduled for tonight and we moved that to Monday night.\"My dad has priorities. But he did say that between Willmar and the Twin Cities it got better, but that\u0027s not the case several hours later.Madison Cox from Plymouth says even though she hit the road early, she was still met with slick roads, and a variety of other driving challenges.\"You can\u0027t see very far. Visibility isn\u0027t great, and then when your car fogs up it\u0027s really not good,\" Cox said.The same goes for Samantha Herman of Maple Grove.\"I had ice built up on my wipers, so it\u0027s taken a couple times to clear them off and scrape them,\" Herman said.Truck driver Ricardo Contreras says low visibility has become a big issue.\"There were some good spots but a little sketchy, ice on the road in certain areas. But now it\u0027s just getting whiteout,\" Contreras said.He had come from Fargo through Maple Grove, and he\u0027s making a delivery in Rosemount before heading to Iowa. After that, he\u0027s going to try and make it back to his home in Willmar. But it might be best for him to just pull over at some point. James Stumpf came from Michigan with a delivery to get done before Christmas.\"I drove all last night and delivered this morning. Just trying to get back out of it and find places to get a hotel for the night and be done with it,\" Stumpf said.Don\u0027t drive if you don\u0027t have to, and take it slow if you do.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update13","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update12","headline":"The rush get to Cabin Country for the holidays","datePublished":"2022-12-21T23:55:42+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T23:55:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Mohs","givenName":"Marielle","name":"Marielle Mohs"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"Road conditions, especially headed up north, have certainly worsened throughout Wednesday, which is why many headed to cabin country for the holidays had to change their plans to get up there safely.Emily Dale is headed to Gull Lake for Christmas to see family. Originally her plan was to head north Wednesday night after work, but she changed to an 8 a.m. departure when she saw the forecast. And once she\u0027s up north, she\u0027s staying put.\"We\u0027re just going to hunker down. It\u0027s going to be freezing. We\u0027re originally from Minnesota, but we currently live in Colorado and we\u0027re back here for Christmas, and we are not conditioned for minus-10 or whatever it\u0027s going to be, so we\u0027re just going to hang out inside,\" Dale said. \"We were going to go cross-country skiing and stuff like that, but now we\u0027re like nope, we\u0027re going to hang out inside.\"Dale says the worst part was when cars drove past them and blew up the snow on the roads, making visibility difficult. The good news though is Dale made it there safely and was happy with the decision to leave early.It was an early release day for student Damian Natzel from Cambridge, which is a little over an hour north of the Twin Cities. Judging from what the roads looked like up there, you can see why school was impacted.\"My school had an early release, one hour. A lot of other schools had two hours. Also a lot of our activities after school were canceled, so like basketball practices and hockey has been canceled, and that was just part of safety,\" Natzel said.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update12","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update11","headline":"Minneapolis, St. Paul declare snow emergencies","datePublished":"2022-12-21T23:13:52+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T23:13:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Staff","givenName":"WCCO","name":"WCCO Staff"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"Minneapolis and St. Paul have both declared snow emergencies Wednesday.MINNEAPOLIS RULESParking rules will go into effect at 9 p.m. Wednesday, meaning that parking will not be allowed on snow emergency routes. Motorists risk having their vehicles towed.At 8 a.m. Thursday, Day 2 rules begin. Plow crews will clear the even sides of non-snow emergency route streets, meaning that motorists need to park on the odd side of the street or until the even side has been cleared. Day 2 rules will last until 8 p.m.Day 3 rules begin at 8 a.m. Friday, when the odd sides of non-snow emergency streets will be cleared. Motorists will need to park on the even sides of streets or risk being towed.Motorists whose cars are towed are responsible for paying for the cost of towing and a ticket fee.ST. PAUL RULESStarting at 9 p.m. Wednesday, crews will plow all Night Routes, meaning that residents should avoid parking on those streets overnight. At 8 a.m. Thursday, all Day Routes will be cleared. Click here for more details.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update11","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update10","headline":"State Patrol: Nearly 400 crashes and spinouts so far","datePublished":"2022-12-21T22:50:55+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T22:50:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Staff","givenName":"WCCO","name":"WCCO Staff"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"The Minnesota State Patrol says between 6 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, there have been 202 crashes, including 16 that resulted in injuries. And there were 189 vehicle spinouts and off-road accidents. ","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update10","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update9","headline":"U of M going into Reduced Operations mode Thursday","datePublished":"2022-12-21T22:25:10+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T22:25:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Staff","givenName":"WCCO","name":"WCCO Staff"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"The University of Minnesota\u0027s Twin Cities campus is implementing reduced operations beginning Thursday at 4:30 p.m. through Saturday at noon. Only essential on-campus employees must report to campus. Click here for more information.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update9","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update8","headline":"3 p.m. weather update","datePublished":"2022-12-21T19:27:08+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T21:31:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Henderson","givenName":"Eric","name":"Eric Henderson"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"WCCO\u0027s Joseph Dames says that snow should start accumulating in the Twin Cities Wednesday afternoon before winds kick up Thursday.Watch his latest forecast below.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update8","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update7","headline":"More snow emergencies rolling in","datePublished":"2022-12-21T16:56:21+0000","dateModified":"2022-12-21T16:56:00+0000","author":["@type":"Person","familyName":"Staff","givenName":"WCCO","name":"WCCO Staff"],"image":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":630,"width":1200,"url":"https:\/\/assets1.cbsnewsstatic.com\/hub\/i\/r\/2022\/12\/22\/fa900175-abe6-40ca-9f5e-f70603830bed\/thumbnail\/1200x630\/ddabfc2424ea1c7596204fb258189805\/snapshot-1.jpg","publisher":"@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Organization","@id":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","name":"CBS Minnesota","foundingDate":"1949-07-01","sameAs":["https:\/\/www.wcco.com\/","https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/CBSMinnesota\/","https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/twitter.com\/wcco","https:\/\/youtube.com\/wcco\/","https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/WCCO-TV"],"logo":["@context":"https:\/\/schema.org","@type":"ImageObject","height":60,"width":600,"url":["https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-600x60.png","https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/assets\/partner\/google\/cbs-minnesota-darkbg-600x60.png"]],"url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/","articleBody":"More cities are declaring snow emergencies as the latest round of winter moves into the Twin Cities and other parts of the state.Robbinsdale announced that their emergency goes into effect at 10 p.m. Wednesday. \"No on-street parking until roads are plowed curb to curb. Vehicles not removed are subject to issuance of a citation and impoundment,\" the city reported.St. Louis Park declared a snow emergency that goes into effect at the same time. Brooklyn Park and Eden Prairie also declared snow emergencies, the former beginning at 11 p.m. and the latter when the snow has reached 2 inches. Another city declaring a snow emergency early Wednesday was Le Sueur, which goes into effect at 4 p.m. Wednesday.St. James\u0027 snow emergency will go into effect Thursday at 1 a.m.Later, Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Elk River and Plymouth also announced snow emergencies. Click here to see if your city has declared a snow emergency.","mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"#post-update7","@type":"BlogPosting","url":"https:\/\/www.cbsnews.com\/minnesota\/live-updates\/next-weather-alert-dangerous-cold-potential-blizzard-conditions-before-christmas\/#post-update6","headline":"Some delays, reasonable TSA lines at MSP Airport","datePublis


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