The University of Minnesota said Wednesday it will no longer provide general descriptions of those responsible for crime on campus.
In so doing, the U of M adopts a standard used by many news organizations which, at least by policy, don’t provide the race of suspects unless it actually provides some distinctive information. Read more →
When Jennifer Axelberg of Monticello tried to flee her husband during a fight at their cabin in Mora, she didn’t have much choice but to get in a car and drive for a mile to safety, even though she had enough to drink at dinner that she was driving under the influence.
As a result, the commissioner of public safety in Minnesota revoked her driver’s license under the state’s implied consent law. Read more →
The court agreed with attorneys for Allina Health, who claim the health care workers at United Hospital who evaluated Kirk Lloyd are granted immunity under Minnesota’s Commitment and Treatment Act, reversing a district court ruling. Read more →