The iconic sign's owner thinks he deserves a break from city's graffiti crackdown policy. | Hard Data
Updated: November 21, 2011, - 12:09 PM
Two Minnesotans say they were permanently injured at an Army base in Alaska, but the government stopped their workers' comp benefits in 2007.
Updated: June 26, 2011, - 10:35 AM
After his teeth were pulled, Byrl Johnson's transition to dentures got hung up in an insurance changeover.
Updated: June 12, 2011, - 07:19 AM
Longtime landlord finds a way to make money at bottom of city's real estate market.
Updated: June 01, 2011, - 09:09 AM
But some say the disaster could bring a chance to improve north Minneapolis' housing stock - if landlords don't flee.
Updated: May 31, 2011, - 11:06 PM
Dr. Robert Mullin was disciplined in 2005, but former patients continue to complain about billing and botched surgery.
Updated: May 23, 2011, - 11:20 AM
The place was "a firetrap - and you can quote me on that," said Tom Stinchfield, who lived in the building for 17 years and apparently was one of the few tenants with a working smoke detector on the day of the fire.
Updated: April 25, 2011, - 05:14 PM
The Lake Street blaze that killed six -- the deadliest Minneapolis fire in 24 years -- brings up questions about the city's fire inspection practices.
Updated: April 25, 2011, - 05:11 PM