Lori Christensen had the right to withdraw guilty plea for harassment charges, court says.
Family members told police that Bradley Higgins had been a paranoid schizophrenic for at least the past 10 years, police said.
Bird flu and Ebola have alerted researchers to links among humans, animals, environmental factors.
A coalition of black ministers and community leaders on Monday decried the “inconsistent, harsh and culturally insensitive” treatment of Adrian Peterson for his recent suspension from the Minnesota Vikings, days after pleading no contest to misdemeanor reckless assault for beating his 4-year-old son with a wooden switch.
Former park and school worker was accused of stealing in rentals at Currie Park.
The insurers explain that the policies don’t apply because the abuse incidents are not “accidents” and “occurrences” but acts that caused harm that were expected or intended.
School District spokesman Stan Alleyne said there were peaceful protests at several high schools and that participants would not be disciplined “as long as the protest remains peaceful.”
The district court didn't let Lori Christensen change her mind, but the facts didn't show that she had violated a restraining order, a state panel ruled.
U.S. attorney to seek funds for programs that lure young Somalis away from radicalism.
A grand jury decision Monday night not to indict a white police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, brought renewed criticism of police treatment of minority groups, prompting a small protest outside police union headquarters this morning.
Since spring, a federal grand jury has been investigating a Minnesota-Middle East pipeline used to recruit young men and women to fight in the Middle East for ISIS.
U.S. rights commissioner questions new Mpls. rules on suspensions and race.
Multiple causes of Isaac Kolstad’s injuries muddy case against Philip Nelson, his lawyer argued at a Monday hearing.