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1997 Stories by Beth Hawkins

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  • Off the Beat

    published December 3, 1997

    Carl Hiassen Lucky You Knopf Pete Hautman Ring Game Simon... More >>

  • Death and Taxes

    published October 1, 1997

    From his Lakeville basement, Karl Granse has taught thousands how to throw off the shackles of Uncle Sam. The government says a fellow tax... More >>

  • Stars and Bars

    published September 17, 1997

    The way Valentina Kostina sees it, the only reason she didn't get deported was because she didn't panic. She didn't get... More >>

  • Fall Guy

    published May 28, 1997

    If Larry Gould was the sophisticated heroin dealer they said he was, he would have seen the whole thing coming. Fearing a... More >>

  • Who Watches the Watchmen?

    published May 28, 1997

    EVEN IF MINNEAPOLIS'S Police Civilian Review Authority (CRA) is as toothless as its critics on both ends of the political... More >>

  • State's Evidence

    published April 23, 1997

    When 19-year-old Milton Lewis accepted the plea prosecutors offered him in the 1995 killing of Steven Taylor, the sentence... More >>

  • Genes Will Tell

    published April 9, 1997

    SEN. RANDY KELLY (DFL-St. Paul) likes to engage in the kind of debate that, in his parlance, makes "people think outside the... More >>

  • Riverfront Double Play

    published April 2, 1997

    According to an old saw, every city has its conflicts of interest, but only in Minneapolis do they call them civic... More >>

  • Home Field Advantage

    published April 2, 1997

    As a newspaper story, covering the debate over a new Minnesota Twins stadium should be like shooting fish in a barrel. It's got... More >>

  • The Thin Black Line

    published March 26, 1997

    Call it the symbolic end of Tony Blakey's career. It was September 1995 and the St. Paul Police Department was hosting a... More >>

  • The Long Goodbye

    published February 26, 1997

    THE SO-CALLED French abortion pill recently cleared the last hurdle to FDA approval, and should soon be available through... More >>

  • The Polish Inquisition

    published February 5, 1997

    An eagle's eye view of Northeast Minneapolis would show an inordinate number of church spires: the onion-shaped parapets of St.... More >>

  • Get Out of Jail Free

    published January 22, 1997

    It's not the kind of thing cops see every day, but when Officer Jeff Werner and his partner spotted a slender red beam of light... More >>

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