Nancy Lebens Feature Archive

Health officials have linked six cases of salmonella to contaminated organic eggs from an Owatonna farm. (10/20/2011)
Freeway closures will complicate rush hour for commuters Friday on I-35E in St. Paul. (09/29/2011)
A woman killed by a Golden Valley police officer has been police officer as 58-year-old Katherine Marie Gordon of California. (09/23/2011)
The State Patrol is still trying to reconstruct how an Augsburg freshman was fatally injured midnight Tuesday. (09/21/2011)
Medtronic has won a $101.2 million dollar award in a patent infringement case. (09/20/2011)
Minnesota parents aren't doing enough to properly secure their children in car seats. (09/19/2011)
Two women and one man were found dead after a neighbor notified police. (09/15/2011)
After months of negotiations and a threatened strike, nurses at Sanford Bemidji Health Center approved a new contract Tuesday night that includes a 3 percent pay increase over three years and more say in staffing and scheduling. (09/14/2011)
Approval has been given for preliminary engineering work on a new light-rail line that if built would become the third in the Twin Cities. (09/02/2011)
Westbound I-94 is open again after fatal motorcycle accident involving a motorcycle shut down the highway for about two hours. (08/29/2011)
An adult has come down with measles in the latest outbreak. (08/26/2011)
State health officials say more teens are getting immunizations, but still too many are going unprotected. (08/26/2011)
Travel on a busy section of Interstate 35W in downtown Minneapolis will be complicated by detours late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. (08/18/2011)
Half the bridges rated deficient will be repaired or replaced by the end of this construction season, Minnesota's bridge inspector said. (08/02/2011)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today federal disaster aid is available to Minnesota counties affected by storms and flooding during the first half of July. (07/28/2011)