Tuesday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp:
Nearly two years after the 35W bridge collapse over the Mississippi River, some of the remaining chunks of the bridge are still taking up space along the River Road on Minneapolis Park Board property. The wreckage is bugging a number of parties that want the pieces moved so the land can be used, but worries about destroying evidence complicate the process.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue says they are on the hunt for $490 million in unpaid taxes, about $30 million more than last year. The state employs 300 people to try and collect these taxes and bust you for failing to pay up.
Minneapolis police are looking for a man who reportedly tried to lure a 9-year-old girl into his car last week. The incident happened around 8 p.m. near W. 57th Street and Dupont Avenue S. The girl ran away and was not followed, but gave police a good description of the man.
Another protester during the Republican National Convention pleaded guilty to smash a bank building window. He could face 60 days in jail and likely pay restitution. The cost of that window? $17,000.
Education Week magazine analysis shows Minnesota has the fourth highest graduation rate for high school students in the country. About 79.2 percent of students receive their diploma on time compared to the national average of 69.2 percent.