See Also: Pariso charged for holding bankers hostage with a fake bomb Before he allegedly held employees of a downtown Minneapolis bank hostage with a bomb hoax, 33-year-old Philip James Pariso was a senior airman in the United States Air Force, where he faced a court martial and discharge for inj ... More >>
But authorities say no crime was committed
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 >>
Yesterday, Gov. Mark Dayton announced his veto of a bill that would've banned so-called "telemedicine abortions" and required the physical presence of a doctor when an abortion is performed. What a difference a few hundred votes can make! In our neighbor to the east, a similar bill signed by G ... More >>
Yesterday, the House and Senate approved two distinct abortion crackdowns.The House bill would ban so-called "telemedicine abortions" and require the physical presence of a doctor when an abortion is performed. The Senate bill would mandate abortion clinics to be licensed and subject them to random ... More >>
Remember all the talk about the MNGOP staying focused on job creation? Well, instead of that, Republican lawmakers continue to devote their energies to making it more difficult for women to get abortions.Yesterday, a divided Senate committee passed two anti-abortion measures -- one that would req ... More >>
Was it too lucrative for its makers to warn patients?
A penetrating chapter from former Phoenix New Times investigative reporter Terry Green Sterling's book: ILLEGAL: Life and Death in Arizona's Immigration War Zone
Read a penetrating chapter from former Phoenix New Times investigative reporter Terry Greene Sterling's book: 'ILLEGAL: Life and Death in Arizona's Immigration War Zone'
To survive the ordeal of escaping Guatemala, Julia needed a big Heart. But not this big.
Is the anti-vaccine movement to blame?
WCCO's Jason DeRusha discovers that expiration dates are more of an art than a science.
So says counterterrorism contrarian Bruce Schneier. And the transportation security administration is listening.
Tori Fixx won't be trapped in the hip-hop closet
Days and nights in the belly of the video gaming beast
One thing is certain: Roy Hagen killed his wife with a single blast from a 12-gauge shotgun. After that, the story gets a whole lot murkier.
Chronicles of "trying" to conceive