A small squad of Department of Corrections officers takes to the streets to catch those who have fled from supervised release.
Updated: September 01, 2010, - 09:07 AM
There are only 24 hours in a day, but not always when it comes to submitting home care bills to the state of Minnesota. Checks based on impossible work hours have been paid.
Updated: May 26, 2010, - 11:19 AM
Two tenants who survived last week's deadly apartment fire in Minneapolis say they never heard smoke detectors go off as they awoke to a blaze that quickly consumed their second-floor homes, killing six people.
Updated: April 05, 2010, - 11:39 PM
In nearly 60 percent of cases calling for four years in prison, drivers serve a year or less in jail.
Updated: March 24, 2010, - 09:48 AM
Repeat offenders spur outrage, but the majority of Minnesota's alcohol-related fatalities involves first-timers who aren't on the justice system's radar.
Updated: February 15, 2010, - 10:44 AM
The State Patrol car was enroute to help Minneapolis police when the collision occurred early Sunday.
Updated: February 14, 2010, - 08:35 PM
In Minnesota, 46,748 drivers have at least 4 DWI arrests. They form a dangerous group that's hard to treat or punish.
Updated: January 24, 2010, - 03:23 PM
More than 78,000 troops are still missing from WWII, more than 8,000 from the Korean War and more than 1,700 from the Vietnam War.
Updated: August 29, 2009, - 10:50 PM
Norm Coleman looked almost serene as he stepped up to the cluster of microphones set up on his backyard patio and, with a three-minute speech, ended his eight-month election recount battle by conceding his former U.S. Senate seat to Al Franken.
Updated: June 30, 2009, - 09:41 PM