Supporters of legalizing the drug are taking their fight into the spotlight, saying medical marijuana has failed to gain traction in state.
Director of the Minnesota Nano Center says, “This is the best equipment in the world.”
Don't expect to see many audits coming out of City Hall this year.
Board of Trustees confirms Blackhurst, McLellon.
Instead, the judge gave the defense time to review the volume of scientist notes about testing to see how far away Byron Smith's gun was when he shot Haile Kifer.
A woman who crashed her car near her western Wisconsin home and whose body ended up in a lake nearby died from drowning and was extremely intoxicated, authorities said.
Jury heard audio Wednesday of Smith talking to himself after slayings.
Work between Hwy. 252 and I-35W will resume this week, but it won’t be as bad as last summer.
Final proposals from the 3 cities in the running for the 2018 game will be submitted May 7.
Minnesota Department of Transportation officials say motorists who drive on I-694 in the northern suburbs can expect delays when construction resumes sometime this week, but they won't be nearly as bad as the nightmarish as the ones they experienced last summer.
A 40 percent jump in gun cases was actually 8 percent, according to MPD press release.
The landmark ruling may pave way for future appeals.
The decision follows national medical guidance but upsets expectant mothers who planned to give birth in birthing tubs.
Residents and others in Minneapolis will hear the new sirens twice Thursday, at 1:45 p.m. and 6:55 p.m., during statewide tornado drills.
A teenager and two adults are now charged with murder in connection with allegations that they supplied the synthetic drugs that killed two young people in Mankato days apart.