To family members and advocates, three Aitkin Co. cases show how the state needs new tools to crack down on poorly performing guardians and conservators, who are virtually ungregulated.
Updated: August 18, 2010, - 07:46 AM
The cemetery apologized and said the stone should have been placed within two months of burial.
Updated: July 19, 2010, - 09:42 AM
An instructor who had insurance agents log 15 hours of required class work in 59 minutes had his license suspended by the state last month.
Updated: July 12, 2010, - 09:29 AM
Maplewood officials wanted an entrepreneur to make changes before issuing a new permit. When she refused, they took action that some think went too far.
Updated: July 06, 2010, - 09:20 AM
33rd Avenue SE. is not for the fainthearted. After our visit, the city dumped 17 tons of asphalt to fill the largest holes.
Updated: July 06, 2010, - 09:19 AM
David Zopfi found that boundary disputes are a private matter, one he can't afford.
Updated: June 13, 2010, - 08:33 AM
If a contractor disappears with your money and leaves you with a half-finished renovation, the guy you want to call is Charlie Durenberger at the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry.
Updated: June 07, 2010, - 09:21 AM
Guillermo Gonzalez's prison term ended in March and he's willing to trade his citizenship and welfare checks, but the U.S. says no.
Updated: May 26, 2010, - 10:07 AM
The city of Minneapolis told Michelle Goulart to stop asking about her car at the impound lot. By the time it was found, she had already bought a new one.
Updated: May 24, 2010, - 03:40 PM