Minnesota man dies after reported

electrocution accident

ORR, Minn. (AP) — The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office says a Minnesota man has died after reportedly being electrocuted in an industrial accident.

Officials say the agency received a report Friday evening that the 33-year-old man had been electrocuted while trying to fix a power outage issue in rural Orr, Minnesota.

The man was pronounced dead on scene. The sheriff’s office says the cause of death hasn’t yet been determined, but the incident is being investigated.

Thousands in Minneapolis protest

Trump immigration policies

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Thousands of people are rallying in downtown Minneapolis to protest U.S. immigration policies as demonstrations are held nationwide.

The Star Tribune reports that marchers poured into the Minneapolis Convention Center area Saturday afternoon with signs protesting the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

Demonstrators planned to march toward the Hennepin County jail with stops for speakers in between before returning to the Convention Center.

Activist Ben Ramirez tells the newspaper he’s elated about the turnout, calling the day’s rallies a “tipping point.”

The march was organized by social justice groups. A contingent of participants is also pushing for the end of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Demonstrations are also being held in other Minnesota cities including Duluth, Mankato, Rochester and Lanesboro, which has fewer than 1,000 residents.