MINNESOTA NEWS ROUNDUP: Today is the one-year anniversary of the Accent Signage shootings in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS -- Today marks the one year anniversary of the worst work place shooting in Minnesota history. 27-year-old Andrew Engeldinger went on a shooting spree after being fired from Accent Signage in Minneapolis, killing six people before turning the gun on himself. Company officials released a statement this week asking for privacy as they remember a day of tragedy. Minneapolis will fly flags at half staff, and the Bryn Mawr neighborhood will hold a candlelight vigil.