Peter Cox Feature Archive

Federal prosecutors allege that Aaron Quoc Khieu planned to use Boston Scientific trade secrets to manufacture and sell his own brand of catheters. (10/21/2014)
Both cities implemented a federal treaty for the conservation of migratory birds in 2011. (10/18/2014)
Sgt. Derwin Ellis was unusually available and willing to talk, say leaders involved with Somali, Hmong, African American and Latino communities. (10/17/2014)
Along with more prosecutions, the state's added a new victim-centered approach to trafficking, officials said. (10/16/2014)
Paul Myklebust of St. Louis Park died early Saturday of an apparent drowning. His body was found on Monday afternoon. (10/15/2014)
Residents of the east Twin Cities metro whose drinking water contained perfluorochemicals, or PFCs, in the past shouldn't worry about their soil or garden produce, according to a study from the state Department of Health. (10/14/2014)
They aired their grievances in a letter to Surface Transportation Board Chairman Daniel Elliott III. (10/14/2014)
Paul Myklebust, 31, was last seen around 2:30 a.m. Saturday, when he and a friend left a party to kayak on Medicine Lake in Plymouth. (10/13/2014)
The Minneapolis Police Department has under fire for complaints of police misconduct and racism. (10/09/2014)
Police said Tom Johnson was repeatedly asked at 2:25 a.m. to leave Seven Steakhouse and Lounge. (10/08/2014)
As it turns out, a gorilla pregnancy isn't all that different from a human pregnancy, starting with the want-to-be moms going off birth control pills. (10/07/2014)
Prosecutors say two Owatonna men distributed about 26 pounds of methamphetamine in Minnesota in March. (10/03/2014)
The incident happened outside a middle school during a dispute over the woman's child custody arrangements. (10/03/2014)
Malware potentially captured account numbers, expiration dates, and names from cards used at checkout lines at Cub Foods stores in Hastings, Shakopee, White Bear Lake and Roseville. (09/29/2014)
Al-Shabab once lured some in the Twin Cities with talk of rebuilding Somalia. ISIS recruiters now are using slick social media tactics to lure youth to a dream of an Islamic State. (09/29/2014)