Recent content from Glenn Howatt
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…
Disease is unusual in bats, but it presents health risks to humans.
Jodi Harpstead takes the helm at an agency roiled by errors and recent resignations.
At issue is a prescription drug tracking system.
Marie Zimmerman, who oversaw Medical Assistance, announced her resignation effective in 10 days, the second high-profile departure this week.
Claire Wilson was caught up in leadership turmoil at the state's biggest agency.
Federal officials say the Department of Human Services paid chemical-dependency treatment facilities illegally.
The south Minneapolis lake's two beaches will be closed for the rest of the season out of an "abundance of caution," Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board officials said.
The overpayments, made over a period of five years, were made to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe and the White Earth Nation to provide Suboxone, a medication used to treat opioid dependency.