Elizabeth Baier Feature Archive

A Mayo Clinic experiment in deep brain stimulation is helping doctors learn more about how the brain reacts to epilepsy. (01/27/2015)
State officials Tuesday unveiled a map with eight corridor options for proposed passenger rail service from Rochester to the Twin Cities. It's a baby step on a long road. (01/20/2015)
Rochester middle school students will be allowed to take iPads home beginning later this month. (01/19/2015)
There's a big question looming over the ambitious plan to transform the city into a $6 billion global health care hub. (01/14/2015)
Prosecutors have instead filed a civil complaint against Ammon and Sarah Swartzentruber for allegedly building a home without a permit. (01/07/2015)
The National Eagle Center in Wabasha has outgrown its current space and will lease additional space in a nearby downtown building. (01/03/2015)
Attorneys for a Minnesota state trooper say he was acting responsibly when his car collided with one driven by a Cannon Falls couple. (12/31/2014)
Longtime residents wonder whether their city will still feel like home. (12/29/2014)
Claremont is offering land for free to people who will build homes on it. So far, there have been no takers. (12/23/2014)
Mayo had sued Dr. Franklin Cockerill, alleging he misappropriated trade secrets when he took a leadership position with a Mayo competitor. (12/18/2014)
The Destination Medical Center design includes a riverside market and amphitheater, a transit hub and a busy commercial and retail center. (12/17/2014)
Investigators believe the jewelry robbers followed their victims for several hundred miles from a trade show in Chicago before they struck at a rest stop. (12/08/2014)
The Moscow Ballet's production allows a couple dozen young local dancers to perform with the professional touring company, giving them a chance of a lifetime. (12/05/2014)
Mayo Clinic will not pursue claims against Quest Diagnostics but will continue with remaining claims against a former top executive of both organizations. (12/04/2014)
Twenty schools in Olmsted County are reporting higher than usual rates of absenteeism due to an influenza-like illness. (12/04/2014)