Peter Cox Feature Archive

But a Major League Soccer official did not say Minneapolis' chances are off the table. (07/01/2015)
A year after the state Legislature legalized medical marijuana, Minnesota's suppliers are now allowed to sell to the public. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Minnesota Medical Solutions sold its first few doses of cannabis. (07/01/2015)
The Sheriff's office says security video shows the deputy repeatedly striking the dog. (06/27/2015)
Prosecutors say Mershon Corbett was driving drunk when he hit the pedal pub, injuring 12. (06/26/2015)
As expected, the Timberwolves chose Kentucky forward Karl-Anthony Towns with their first pick. There was a surprise, too: The Wolves landed local kid Tyus Jones. (06/25/2015)
The crash killed two teen brothers from Moorhead around 9 a.m. Tuesday. (06/24/2015)
A county-commissioned report released last week documented the challenges facing the county's child protection system. (06/23/2015)
Both are in stable condition at Hennepin County Medical Center. Officials say it appears they weren't the intended targets of the shots. (06/18/2015)
A 6 p.m. vigil will take place at Sumner Library in north Minneapolis. (06/18/2015)
Civilly committed sex offenders had sued Minnesota, claiming it's unconstitutional to keep them locked up indefinitely. A judge agreed, although Gov. Mark Dayton says Minnesota intends to defend its law. (06/17/2015)
Federal funds will give Minnesota one of nine regional treatment centers for Ebola patients in the country. (06/13/2015)
Lee Ehmke will take over running the Houston Zoo starting in early September. (06/12/2015)
The extent of each company's losses may come down to whether they produce turkeys, chickens or eggs. (06/12/2015)
Dale Lauer with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health says the farm was restocked with new birds over the weekend. (06/10/2015)
Emily Roland, 20, of Cottage Grove died from multiple blunt-force injuries. She was a sophomore at the University of Minnesota. (06/08/2015)