To deny unemployment benefits to everyone caring for a family member in the belief that they’re more likely to commit fraud is unconstitutional, the judge said.
For years, the Minnesota Timberwolves have required fans to pass through hand-held metal detectors. The team, in fact, was more security-conscious than any other sports team in town, dating back to well before 2001. Back then the threat was gang violence. Now it’s mass shooting. You opened up your jacket, they felt your pockets, they Read more →
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed suit against a town after an official was banned from all publicly-owned buildings after making a comment about guns.
The manhunt for a murderous Los Angeles cop on a killing spree continues in California.
It’s great weather for snow tubing in Minnesota, but you’re on your own if you go, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled today.
Are mass killings on the rise? It depends, apparently, on how you define mass killings.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has thrown out the case against a man for rating a doctor online.
It’s hard to know whether Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke is seriously trying to get his citizens to arm themselves or just trying to call attention to cutbacks in his department, but his radio ad certainly has caused a stir in Wisconsin.
There’s a weird plethora of news stories today about fathers, their kids, and guns.
In a state where 1 of every 7 people has a drunk driving conviction, a Minnesota Court of Appeals decision today provides some important guidance — a Segway is not a motor vehicle.
Yesterday, police went to a home in North Mankato to check on a resident there. Hours later, the person inside was dead and it’s not at all clear –yet — why.
Is fear of young children a legitimate phobia or a good reason to try to shake down a school district? We’re about to find out.
The law that allows Minnesota to lock people up who might be sexually violent in the future seems taylor-made for Thomas Crosby.
If it turns out that, indeed, Larson was not involved in the Cold Spring shooting as he insists, there’ll be plenty of opportunity for introspection on how he was so publicly linked to the crime.
‘Judicial activism’ has become a bad phrase. A woman in California, however, could’ve used a little in this case.