The Minnesota State Patrol provides another perspective on the tornado in Minneapolis.
Archives for May 23, 2011
How much discretion does a Minnesota judge have to ignore minimum mandatory sentence rules? None, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled today.
It’s a noble effort by Rep. Keith Ellison to try to get people to contribute to the American Red Cross and help the rescue and recovery effort in north Minneapolis. It might not be a bad idea to disconnect the effort from the political fundraising, though.
Rob MacIntyre died while trying to help a neighbor in north Minneapolis
It’s been awhile since the tea party and other groups have been able to attract much of a crowd at its Capitol mall events.
Astronauts had the sixth-longest spacewalk on record yesterday, and few noticed.
Are liquor and cigarettes really a matter of survival?
How to help with the cleanup in north Minneapolis, Minnesota is caught in the middle of a presidential race, muskrat hate in Grand Forks, Sandra Bernhard on Wits, and Kate Couric on Katie Couric.