A growing number of students enrolled in the University of Minnesota's mortuary science program are women. The university says three-quarters of the current class of 60 are female, in contrast to four decades ago when women made up about 5 percent of program's enrollment.
Minnesota authorities have charged a woman who they say faked pregnancies to extort a man and stay out of jail. Bethany Good is charged in Ramsey County with felony aggravated forgery and a misdemeanor charge of making a false statement in a birth registration for allegedly trying to extort money from a man.
Authorities have charged a woman and two men who they say ran a St. Paul prostitution ring and recruited an underage runaway. The three people in their 20s were each charged Wednesday with six sex-trafficking felonies, including soliciting and promotion of underage prostitution.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals hears oral arguments Thursday in a lawsuit filed by a group of Mille Lacs Lake resort owners and anglers upset with how the Department of Natural Resources manages the big lake's walleye population.
A funding proposal to extend a tuition freeze another two years at 31 Minnesota colleges and universities is on its way to the Legislature. The board of trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system voted Wednesday to request a $142 million increase in state funding.
A new study finds Minnesota's DWI courts reduce repeat crimes and save taxpayers about $700,000 a year. The study looked at courts in nine counties created to reduce the number of repeat driving while intoxicated offenders by combining drug and alcohol treatment with the criminal justice system.
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