Recent content from Chris Serres
Fort Snelling was a site of suffering, trauma for Dakota families in 1860s.
Stacey Vogele was weaving through rush-hour traffic in her white SUV, searching for the house of Sam, a 21-year-old with Down syndrome and developmental delays.…
A few hours can shape the rest of the year for Minnesota families. High-stakes disability assessments deliver critical help, or despair.
Manslaughter is among the charges brought against staff and owner of Chappy's Golden Shores in Hill City, Minn.
With families desperate, thousands are uprooting themselves in Minnesota because they can't get the help they need where they live.
Emily and David Gold keep the small bedroom where their daughter Lizzie once lived exactly as she left it. Her favorite flowered dress hangs on…
Segal founded and led the first nationally accredited pathology lab in the Twin Cities at what is now Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park.
Mohamed (Mourssi) Alfash, who worked within the Office of the Inspector General, alleges he was pushed out soon after he began raising the concerns.
Nearly 8,000 people will receive housing support under the new Medicaid benefit.
Documents suggest DHS knew about Medicaid overpayments in 2015.