In the wake of a scathing report about its Psychiatry Department, the University of Minnesota Board of Regents endorsed President Eric Kaler’s decision to suspend enrollment in psychiatric studies and to toughen oversight on human research at the U.
The state Department of Human Services has revoked the license of the foster home where 6-year-old Kendrea Johnson died last December, as well as the license of the agency that placed the girl in the home.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers, including having been excused by a doctor from work on Tuesday, the day authorities say he crashed a passenger plane into a mountain, prosecutors said.
He wants felony-level penalty for some violations, longer revocation of licenses.
The woman allegedly chased the boy in his school and threatened to kill him.
The former state Supreme Court candidate says in a federal suit that she suffered many of the 11 “internationally recognized forms of torture” when she was forced from the courtroom.
Costs of the ongoing, $270 million renovation project at the Minnesota Capitol are creeping upward and could reach $300 million provided lawmakers support the extra funding.
By Tim Harlow and PAUL WALSH Star Tribune staff writers
Authorities have yet to say how the fire began.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, the wily Nevadan who dominated the Senate for a decade from the minority to the majority and back again, announced Friday he will retire after five terms.
Here is a traffic note for commuters on the east side of the Mississippi River. Southbound Hennepin Avenue at 1st Street will close for a week starting Monday.
Authorities in Denver say a historically large illegal drug-smuggling operation in Colorado made airdrops of marijuana from sky-diving planes over Minnesota as part of a long-running scheme that was busted by law enforcement’s “Operation Golden Gofer” investigation.
Crystal police cite “strong evidence” that dad was in that area.
It’s part of a nationwide shift toward focusing on the profiteers and clients rather then the sex workers,
The school needs a new nickname after finally retiring "Fighting Sioux" three years ago.
That grape salad recipe made famous last November by the New York Times? It's baaaaaaack.
The homeowner wasn’t home at the time of the fire.
It will be directed, among other things, toward plaza enhancements, food service equipment, seat upgrades and a deck that looks out toward Minneapolis, the team said.
Two young girls taken by their mother and considered missing could be in the St. Paul area, Duluth police said in appealing for help in finding the three.
Tameicia Morris, …