Thomas Duvall, 58, a rapist who has admitted to attacking at least 60 women, dropped his petition for provisional discharge from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) on Monday after both the Human Services commissioner and assistant Hennepin County attorney filed letters to the court last week saying they opposed Duvall’s provisional discharge.
Updated: September 16, 2014, - 10:14 AM
Law gives some inmates priority in state facilities.
Updated: September 14, 2014, - 09:56 PM
Human Services found St. Paul-based Carelinks Home Care overbilled Medicaid by $23K; owner faces jail time for fraud.
Updated: September 10, 2014, - 10:32 PM
At Heights Manor, elderly residents have complained of an increase of physical threats, drug use, thefts, loud music, late-night parties, and disorderly behavior.
Updated: September 08, 2014, - 09:45 AM
In a harshly worded ruling critical of the state Department of Human Services, U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank granted broad new powers to a court monitor, saying delays “can no longer be tolerated."
Updated: September 03, 2014, - 11:47 PM
A maverick federal judge could deliver a surprise verdict in a landmark Minnesota sex offender case next month.
Updated: September 03, 2014, - 08:31 PM
The monitor for a 2011 settlement have found that the state’s effort has been beset by bureaucratic inertia and missed...
Updated: September 03, 2014, - 08:30 PM
Many PCAs say they feel overwhelmed and unqualified as they struggle to help patients with serious illnesses and disabilities. In Minnesota, more than 100,000 care assistants serve some 36,000 vulnerable patients,
Updated: September 02, 2014, - 02:43 PM
The ruling deals a blow to the Attorney General Lori Swanson's efforts to portray a convicted serial rapist, Thomas Duvall, as dishonest and manipulative.
Updated: August 29, 2014, - 12:19 AM