The incident was initially reported as an active shooter situation, however, police are now saying that no people were hurt. The 20-year-old suspect sought out his former co-worker in the parking lot at Lambeau on Friday afternoon and rammed the victim's vehicle with his white Trans-Am. The suspect had been fired from the company earlier in the month due to a fight with another employee.
Two people who work in the stadium said they were told a man driving a vehicle hit one auto that became wedged beneath a minivan. The suspect rammed into the person's auto and damaged five cars in the process. A man drove his vehicle into another auto, which became wedged underneath a minivan, and then tried to drive into the stadium's loading dock.
The Brown County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad is at the scene.
The Packers are scheduled to host the Vikings at 8:30 p.m. ET Saturday.
UNSC resolution on Jerusalem vetoed by US
Delattre said France will support it and that he expected the "overwhelming majority" of council members to do the same. This has infuriated the Palestinians and Arab countries, which have strongly protested against the USA move.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dies at 65: mayor's office
She said the mayor strongly supported opening a new homeless center in the Mission District named the Navigation Center. Many political observers say Mayor Lee was concerned the rising rents in Chinatown would lead to gentrification.
Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Wednesday Night
To increase the chances of seeing meteors, choose a site at least 40 miles from a major city, Astronomy.com said. This year is especially good because the moon will be a thin crescent, so moonlight should not interfere.
Facebook Snooze lands in time to avoid Star Wars spoilers
Facebook already allows you to unfollow someone while staying friends, if their posts are starting to clog up your feed. You probably won't have noticed it yet but you can now find the button in the top-right drop-down menu of every post.
Congress stumbles again on CHIP funding
CHIP provides healthcare aid to 9 million Americans; state officials fear that a lapse of CHIP would be detrimental to recipients. However, because of the way it uses its share of CHIP funding, Minnesota has not been hit as hard ( more on that in a bit).