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Responding to a rising volume of complaints, he proposes immediate fines and more frequent inspections.
A Minneapolis father has pleaded guilty to sexually and physically assaulting his twin teenage daughters and endangering a third child who lived in the home.
A goal that once seemed unattainable — securing safe and stable housing for every veteran known to be homeless — is now within reach.
A new bill strives to balance resident privacy with need to prevent maltreatment and monitor care in senior facilities.
Police say he made a weapon using a razor blade, a toothbrush, dental floss and rubber bands.
Investigations are faster, complaint backlogs have plummeted.
Local police said they are investigating the alleged assault at Chappy's Golden Shores in Hill City, which has since closed.
Minn. health commissioner unveils plan for tougher state oversight of assisted-living facilities for seniors
Health commissioner says assisted-living industry is too lightly regulated in Minnesota, leaving seniors at risk.
Not even 5 feet tall, DeMoully is remembered as a giant in the schools where she taught and served as a principal for nearly five decades.
As many as eight residents suffered overdoses on one day, illustrating the struggle to run a safe, lawful site without driving away homeless people who struggle with serious addiction.