A Blaine man, accused of putting his semen into a co-worker’s coffee, pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor charge of engaging in lewd or indecent behavior. John Robert Lind was originally charged with fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct and fifth-degree attempted criminal sexual conduct after he was c
The Hennepin County sheriff’s water patrol pulled the body of a young woman from the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis on Wednesday evening, but have yet to confirm her identity.
The search for missing University of Minnesota student Jennifer Houle has shifted to the Mississippi River after video showed the 22-year-old entering the river from a Minneapolis bridge early Friday morning.
Lifelong educator Bruce Kramer has talked about how ALS can take absolutely everything from you — your ability to walk, speak and, finally, breathe.
By Tom Webb / St. Paul Pioneer Press The most widely used weed killer on Minnesota farms, glyphosate -- best known as brand name Roundup -- is under new scrutiny after European officials on Friday named it as a probable cancer-causing agent. The chemical is used on 91 percent of Minnesota's cornfields, and 94 percent of its soybean acres -- part of a high-tech system of weed control that marries genetically engineered seeds with an herbicide that U.S. officials have long deemed as safe. The European designation won't directly affect U.S. farmers, as spring planting draws near.
By Chris Thomasson / St. Paul Pioneer Press Larry Fitzgerald last month called Adrian Peterson "my brother." Now, he's hoping Peterson becomes his teammate. Fitzgerald, the Arizona Cardinals receiver and...
David Orrick / St. Paul Pioneer Press Fresh off a legal victory over bear-feeding researcher Lynn Rogers, Minnesota wildlife officials want to outlaw feeding wild bears. Under a proposal moving through the state Legislature and supported by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, feeding a bear, "by hand or other physical contact," would become a misdemeanor.
By Dave Orrick /St.
BY Tom Webb/ St. Paul Pioneer Press MINNEAPOLIS -- Target said it plans to cut “several thousand” jobs at its Minneapolis corporate offices as the discounter tries to become leaner...