The inspector general for the Department of Veterans Affairs will investigate allegations that the appointment records of a retired Marine were falsified to cover up delays in patient care at the Minneapolis VA Health Care System. Cathy Gromek, spokeswoman for the VA's Office of Inspector General in Washington, says she's not sure when the investigation will be finished.
A St. Paul day care provider won't be able to operate while police investigators try to find out how a loaded gun wound up under the mattress of a baby crib. Police found the weapon along with marijuana and drug paraphernalia last Friday while executing a search warrant at the home day care north of downtown St. Paul.
Amazon.com Inc. is ending its no sales tax practice for Minnesota customers next week. The company hasn't clarified why the change is occurring, other than it "will be required" to collect sales taxes from the state's residents starting in October.
SkyWest Airlines will be paid $803,000 to cover lost revenue for the first three months of flights from St. Cloud to Chicago. Most of the money comes from the federal government. It contributed $750,000 to a fund that guarantees the airline won't lose money on the service.
Vehicular homicide charges have been filed against a man accused of driving the wrong way on a Rochester street while intoxicated and causing a fatal crash. Court records say 57-year-old Gerald Mohs had a blood alcohol content of more than twice the legal limit and hadn't had a valid driver's license for decades.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is looking into a St. Paul child care center where police found a gun in a crib. Police found the weapon Friday while executing a search warrant at a house north of downtown St. Paul that doubles as a child care center.
A 25-year-old man has been given a life sentence after pleading guilty to killing a second woman in the Twin Cities. Alberto Palmer pleaded guilty in Hennepin County Monday to first-degree murder in the killing of 24-year-old Klaressa Cook in 2013. Her body was found in a car towed to an impound lot in Minneapolis.
Prosecutors have charged a northern Minnesota man with murder in his wife's drug overdose death. Forty-nine-year-old Terry Wayne Richards of Grand Rapids appeared in Itasca County court Monday on a third-degree murder charge.
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