The case of Bert Allen Sieler is Minnesota's latest victory in the war on prescription drug theft. Formerly a nurse at a senior care assisted-living facility, Sieler was accused of stealing patients' Perocet from the bottle by swapping the pills out with generic Tylenol. Theft of medical drugs ha ... More >>
A former St. Paul nurse was sentenced to four years of probation Wednesday for stealing Vicodin from patients at an assisted-living facility. The sentencing comes just one week after a new report that indicates medical drug thefts in Minnesota have spun out of control in the past six years, releas ... More >>
Senator Linda Scheid began her career in Minnesota politics in 1976. At sunrise tomorrow morning, all the flags at state and federal buildings throughout Minnesota will be ceremonially lowered to half-mast. That's because Tuesday has been proclaimed "Linda Scheid Day," in honor of the Brook ... More >>
Was it too lucrative for its makers to warn patients?
Sarah May Casareto's lawyer says she's manned up and gone to treatment.Former nurse Sarah May Casareto unexpectedly bailed on her court appearance this morning on charges that she stole a patient's pain meds and shot up with them. Since her arrest last week, Casareto has denied stealing the dru ... More >>
Doctors said his chest tumor is gone and Hauser appears to be regaining strength and energy.
The star of Ghost and Roadhouse lost his battle with pancreatic cancer yesterday.
The Hauser family hoped they could regain control of their son's cancer treatment at a hearing yesterday in Brown County, but the judge held firm to the court's ability to control the treatment.
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Daniel Hauser, the 13-year-old who fled Minnesota with his mother after a court ordered him to undergo chemotherapy against the family's beliefs, has returned voluntarily to the state and will face a custody hearing today.
Franken, my dear, they give a damn
A Brown County District Court judge ruled today that a 13-year-old Minnesota teen must undergo chemotherapy treatment for cancer despite his family's refusal due to their religious beliefs.
Will a judge force a 13-year-old boy battling cancer to undergo chemotherapy against his family's wishes? The judge on the case is expected to rule Friday.
If your teenage son had one of the most curable forms of cancer and you refused traditional treatment methods through chemotherapy and radiation, are you endangering your child?
Hepatitis C has lurked in the shadows for decades. Now it appears dead set on causing the most confounding epidemic since AIDS.
Beleaguered schools, parents, and doctors are getting Ritalin Religion when it comes to medicating unruly kids.