Tim Nelson Feature Archive

A district court dismissed attempted murder charges against John LaDue, who was accused of plotting to bomb Waseca High School. Prosecutors on Wednesday asked a state appeals court to reinstate those charges. (01/07/2015)
Two of the three largest districts in the state will be closed Wednesday because of the forecast for bitter cold. St. Paul schools will be open. State officials say there will be no statewide closing order. (01/06/2015)
When it comes to deciding when its too cold or too snowy to go to school, the decisions are left up to local school districts, for the most part. (01/06/2015)
Patrick Talty will be the stadium's general manager when it opens in 2016. He was the WWE's senior vice president for live events. (01/06/2015)
Charities are stepping up efforts to help the homeless as bone-chilling cold grips Minnesota this week. (01/06/2015)
The extreme cold has delayed some schools around the state -- but not Twin Cities schools. (01/05/2015)
Three people were killed and three were seriously injured in a crash Wednesday involving a minivan and a shuttle bus near Marshall. (01/02/2015)
Women veterans can now purchase license plates in Minnesota honoring their service. (01/02/2015)
Young drivers will now need to spend at least 50 hours driving with parents and other adults -- at least 15 hours of which must be at night. (01/01/2015)
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota treated more than 9,000 animals, birds and other creatures in 2014. (12/31/2014)
A dip in Twin Cities rental vacancies and statewide eviction filings have caused a rise in rental rates. (12/30/2014)
Metro Transit says trains are running again on the Green Line in Minneapolis after a brief power outage Monday morning. (12/29/2014)
Police haven't identified the woman yet, but say a former boyfriend is a person of interest in the attack. (12/29/2014)
Libraries are starting to see declines in print circulation as e-books grow. (12/28/2014)
The Minnesota Vikings have sold more than 30,000 seat licenses to fans for more than $80 million. The team aims to sell $100 million in seat licenses for construction costs. (12/22/2014)