New Minnesota mandate requires doctors to notify women following mammograms if they have dense breast tissue, which can fool the screening test and miss tumors.
The Health Department found the resident at Presbyterian Homes of Bloomington “was not adequately monitored and her call light was not answered timely” during shortness of breath and anxiousness.
The Department of Justice has delivered notice of its intent to sue.
The shooting occurred during a botched drug deal that left the victim bleeding just outside the Renaissance Festival grounds.
Work on efficient, solar-ready project will begin next month.
Violent acts not uncommon at hospital emergency rooms, expert say.
Four anonymous donors include one who gave $10 million, among the largest gifts in orchestra history.
Plans to implement wheeled and lidded carts have been pushed back, officials say, due to proposed fee hikes. Still, it's a reversal of the promises made last year.
Minneapolis is poised to give the final municipal approval needed for Southwest light rail, after a key panel voted on Wednesday morning.
The bodies were found in separate upstairs bedrooms in the home in the 1200 block of 12th Avenue N., where Ishmael Roberts once lived along with numerous other relatives.
10-year plan recommends a “charm bracelet” of parks.
The City Council’s transportation and public works committee voted 4-2 in favor of the basic design. The full council is set to vote Friday.
Hiawatha Academies, a successful network of Minneapolis charter schools, is set to open its first high school in 2015.
The utility would add other generators, giving the base backup power in an outage.