Elizabeth Baier Feature Archive

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)
Police say Bradley James Higgins killed his 9-year-old daughter Mackenzie Higgins during a weekend visit before turning the gun on himself. (11/25/2014)
The miscue occurred because the dispatcher did not understand the Somali caller, who had limited English skills. The dispatcher thought that the woman, who had flu-like symptoms, had recently been to Mali. (11/24/2014)
Officials expect to release the names of the father and daughter on Tuesday, following an autopsy. (11/24/2014)
The legal issue involves county regulations requiring a septic system for new homes. Such a system, however, is considered a modern day convenience that goes against Amish beliefs. (11/19/2014)
What it means: E-cigarette use will be banned in restaurants, businesses, government buildings and other public places where conventional cigarettes are prohibited. (11/19/2014)
State officials have confirmed two emerald ash borer infestations in Olmsted County since August. (11/17/2014)
Opponents of a city of Winona law that allows only 30 percent of homes on a block to be rental properties say the city does not have that authority. (11/05/2014)
A nuclear generating plant near Red Wing sits just 600 yards from the tribal community. (10/29/2014)
Rochester is home to Mayo Clinic, visited by thousands of patients every day. Many of them use wheelchairs. The big curiosity is how they end up all over the city. (10/22/2014)
Dr. Franklin Cockerill III cannot work for or have any contact with Quest Diagonostics pending a hearing on the merits of a Mayo Clinic lawsuit. (10/17/2014)
Mayo alleges Dr. Franklin Cockerill III was secretly hired by Quest Diagnostics Inc. but continued to work as the president and CEO of Mayo Medical Labs so he could steal trade secrets. (10/16/2014)