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Medtronic must stop most sales of Synchromed drug pumps
The FDA sent Medtronic three warning letters about quality control and manufacturing problems at its drug pump facility in Columbia Heights, Minn. between 2006 and 2013, the agency said in a Monday statement. ...
Great start to the week
Are we safe from frost yet? Well, not really. ...
St. John's Abbey settles sex abuse suit
The lawsuit, filed in Stearns County, accused the Rev. Allen Tarlton of abusing a Saint John's Preparatory School student in about 1977. It said the abbey knew of abuse allegations against Tarlton and failed to call police or warn students and parents. ...
Data show big drop in Hennepin County opiate deaths
Hennepin County's efforts to get an anti-overdose drug in the hands of first responders may have made a difference in 2014. Ramsey County saw an uptick in deaths. ...
Amid riots, Maryland governor will deploy National Guard to Baltimore
A day of mourning gave way to an evening of riots and looting in Baltimore on Monday, where Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and moved to deploy the National Guard. ...
New signs to unite Lunds, Byerly's stores
The owner of Lunds and Byerly's is combining the two grocery chains under the name Lunds & Byerly's. ...
Police: Body found in SE Minnesota is missing Rochester man
Local anglers discovered the body of 21-year-old William Hempy in a pond near a former rock quarry. He was reported missing in March. Foul play is not suspected. ...
Stillwater police searching for missing woman
Abbey Russell's family said it was unusual for her not to contact anyone for a few hours and reported her missing around 2 a.m. Saturday. ...
Feds say it's time to cut back on fluoride in drinking water
Excess fluoride consumption is leading to tiny white marks on many people's teeth. It's mainly a cosmetic problem, but one that could be solved by lowering the fluoride in drinking water. ...
Where it stands: The avian flu outbreak and Minnesota turkeys
More than 3.1 million birds in 55 Minnesota flocks have died from the disease or were killed to prevent its spread. ...
State costs soar to $7M as bird flu outbreak worsens
The scope of the outbreak has nearly doubled in the last week alone. State officials reported Monday 55 poultry farms had been hit, costing farmers more than three million birds. ...
Drone video from Nepal
This drone video of Nepal, photographed and posted to Facebook by Kishor Rana today, raises a question we've often asked when recovering from a disaster. Where do you start? ...
Met Council chair gets Senate panel’s blessing
A Minnesota Senate panel is recommending the confirmation of Adam Duininck as chair of the Metropolitan Council. ...
Minnesotan wants pardon, compensation in Dubai parody video case
Shezanne Cassim of Woodbury says he has faced difficulty getting a job in the United States because he now has a criminal record. ...
Minnesotans unwelcoming? Tell it to Shonda
If there's one constant in Minnesota, it's the debate over whether we're a welcoming people. It's hard to make friends here, the theory goes. We're a little cold and a little distant and you can grow old waiting for an invitation to dinner from the neighbors. Tell it to Shonda. ...
Chemical change in synthetic marijuana suspected of causing illnesses
The number of people seen in emergency rooms across the country with psychotic symptoms or seizures after using a type of synthetic marijuana called K2 has soared. ...
Loretta Lynch sworn in as U.S. attorney general
Lynch's nomination was confirmed last week by the U.S. Senate, five months after President Obama nominated her to succeed Eric Holder. ...
Senate DFL bill cuts taxes much less than House plan
The tax plan offered by Senate Democrats features direct tax cuts of about $200 million. The House Republican plan cuts taxes by $2 billion in the coming biennium and more in future years. ...
Klobuchar: Consider broader compensation for poultry farmers
The current federal program doesn't reimburse farmers for birds that fall ill with the virus and die -- often thousands on a single farm. ...
Court tosses defamation suit in psych hospital incident
The Minnesota Court of Appeals Monday tossed out a lawsuit from a former doctor at the St. Peter psychiatric hospital who argued that an MPR investigation on the treatment of patients there was based on state data that should've been private. ...
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