Elizabeth Baier Feature Archive

The Center for Indian Country Development is expected to open this summer. (04/14/2015)
Jeffery Amundson, president of the Rochester Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, has been on leave since February. Prosecutors charged him with stealing money from a vulnerable adult. (04/13/2015)
The military base awarded 47 medals Friday to survivors and relatives of soldiers who died in the Texas military base shooting. (04/10/2015)
The Diocese of Winona on Friday released the names of two more priests accused of sexual abuse and said it doesn't expect more disclosures. (04/10/2015)
Human remains found near Albert Lea, which appear to be those of a male, were apparently there for a number of years. (04/09/2015)
Each vial of semen can range from $300 to $1,600 apiece. (04/09/2015)
Officials say the remains found near Albert Lea appear to be those of a male and they were apparently there for a number of years. (04/07/2015)
Lowell Trom sits at the center of a fight over the growth of huge feedlots that some believe are damaging the region's environment and quality of life. (04/06/2015)
William "Harry" Hempy was last heard from Wednesday when he called his father. The 21-year-old college student was in Rochester for spring break. (03/31/2015)
The Austin City Council voted to prohibit e-cigarettes from places where smoking already is prohibited. The new law also will apply to hookahs and other smoking devices. (03/17/2015)
The city will pay $6 million, including a $500,000 contribution from Mayo Clinic for the downtown building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (03/16/2015)
From Caledonia to Grand Marais, Minnesota towns are fertile ground for a rising political class of people in their 20s and 30s. (03/16/2015)
If the measure passes, Austin will join Minneapolis, Duluth and other cities across the state that have banned e-cigarettes from places where smoking is already prohibited. (03/16/2015)
Three Houston County residents have filed separate ethics complaints against a county zoning official one week after commissioners backed away from a ban on silica sand mining. (03/11/2015)
The ordinance would have made the county in far southeastern Minnesota the first in the state to ban the practice. (03/03/2015)