The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is the first publicly accessible nationwide database designed to solve some of the most puzzling and agonizing modern mysteries.
Updated: June 16, 2014, - 07:04 AM
Bob Patrin has spent 30 years trying to clear the name of his uncle Frank, whose death was called a suicide by hanging. What seems to Patrin the sheer absurdity of the official account compells him to try to set the record straight.
Updated: June 07, 2014, - 05:15 PM
The strange journey of the $200 grand in the silver attaché case began when drug investigators raided a Minneapolis tobacco shop.
Updated: June 01, 2014, - 01:53 PM
Last week marked a sad anniversary for the woods of Minnesota. On May 14, 2009, a dreaded beetle made its...
Updated: May 17, 2014, - 04:38 PM
Two uninvited visitors showed up at a work site deep in the woods of northern Minnesota.Inspectors from the U.S. Department...
Updated: May 10, 2014, - 09:16 PM
When it comes to hazardous rail freight, the public just has to have faith.
Updated: May 03, 2014, - 09:15 PM
Back in the days when Minneapolis had a Skid Row, John Bacich was its king. Bacich owned the Victor Hotel, Rex Liquors and the freewheeling Sourdough Bar, home of the 10 cent beer. Those institutions, like the rest of the Gateway District downtown, were swept away by urban renewal in the early 1960s.
Updated: December 01, 2012, - 04:41 PM
On Thursday morning, Reuven Rahamim bubbled over with enthusiasm about the future of his company, Accent Signage Systems.
Updated: September 28, 2012, - 11:06 AM
After demonstrating in front of U.S. Bank’s headquarters on Nicollet Mall, anti-Wall Street protesters marched down Nicollet Mall, trailed by...
Updated: July 26, 2012, - 09:15 PM