Do you have a right to know if your neighbors owns a gun?
If a wife suspects her husband is having an inappropriate relationship with one of his female employees, is it legal to fire the female employee even if there’s no evidence f an affair?
Given the lack of much new emanating from today’s long-awaited National Rifle Association news conference reacting to last Friday’s Connecticut massacre, Twitter’s 140 character limit seems like the perfect vehicle for reviewing it.
A police call that gives new meaning to the classic line, ‘Come and get me, copper.’
Kids doing stupid things make the job of being a school official harder than ever.
The local police blotter has always been something from which I can’t look away. Particularly in smaller towns, there’s no better way to get the temperature of a community.
Maybe you’ve seen the TV crime episode when a jury is hopelessly deadlocked but the judge tells them they have to reach a verdict.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals rejects a constitutional challenge in a drunk-driving case.
Older men and younger girls.
Can courts require people not to get pregnant?
Releasing Ryan Larson doesn’t mean he didn’t do it. It doesn’t mean he did do it. It means the justice system works.
How much do we elevate the importance of professional football players? A tragedy in Kansas City today provides an answer.
I want to make things all better for four kids in Cold Spring today and, of course, I can’t. I don’t know what to do and I recoil at the notion that there’s nothing any of us can do but cry out and move on.
Here’s the play-by-play of last week’s killing of two teenagers by a man in Little Falls, as described by the Morrison County sheriff.
Is making a suspect do pushups as punishment for vandalism abuse?