A court hearing is set for 2:15 p.m. today in New Ulm to determine the next steps in the case of Daniel Hauser. The 13-year-old boy returned to Minnesota with his mother yesterday after a week on the run to avoid court-ordered cancer treatments.
At least 11 people have died in vehicle accidents around the state this weekend.
Authorities suspect Daniel and Colleen Hauser are in Mexico seeking alternative treatment for his Hodgkin's lymphoma. But among its practitioners, there is wide disagreement over whether alternative medicine alone can stop cancer.
The Brown County Sheriff says 13-year-old Daniel Hauser and his mother Colleen are possibly in or headed to Mexico seeking treatment of Daniel's Hodgkin's lymphoma.
A Brown County judge has issued an arrest warrant for the mother of a 13-year old boy who is refusing chemotherapy.
A Brown County judge has ordered chemotherapy for a 13-year-old boy whose parents had stopped his treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma on religious grounds.
Minnesota's schools are losing a generation of teachers to layoffs. Districts across the state are cutting teachers because of budget cuts. Many of those teachers have fewer than five years experience. Findings show that some of those teachers are going to other states for work.
Rochester leaders are putting together a rail proposal that they hope will bring high speed passenger rail to the city and get freight trains out of downtown.
The south central Minnesota family says they are following their religion by using alternative medicine, rather than chemotherapy, to treat their son's Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Universities around Minnesota are cancelling their study abroad programs in Mexico as a result of the swine flu outbreak.
State and regional leaders are meeting in St. Charles today to discuss how to rebuild North Star Foods.
Seventy-five full-time teachers at Rochester Public Schools lost their jobs last night.
The Mayo Clinic and Microsoft are launching an online personal health management application that could eventually communicate with doctor and pharmacy records.
Officials at North Star Foods say they plan to rebuild the meat packing plant, although they don't know where.
A controversial power line project that will stretch across southern and central Minnesota has been approved by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.