A South St. Paul man who was nearly killed by a hit and run driver now has a new place to call home. Zach Mohs, 28, did the official ribbon cutting on his new home on 12th Avenue North Saturday.
An 88-year-old man died Thursday after being pulled from an indoor pool in Golden Valley, the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office says.
Paralyzed in 2010 after making a tackle for Rutgers, Eric LeGrand is taking his message of hope and inspiration around the country, including here in Minnesota!
Chuck Aoki has used a wheelchair for most of his life due to a genetic condition. “I don’t feel anything below my elbows and below my knees, and I’ve had that since birth. So that causes me to break my leg without knowing it,” Aoki said. Aoki found a quad rugby team through the Courage Center, and has been playing ever since.
A 42-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of posing as a vulnerable woman’s aide and repeatedly having sex with her, the Hennepin County Attorney’s office announced Friday. Corey Gordon was charged Wednesday with third-degree criminal sexual conduct. According to the County Attorney, Mike Freeman, Gordon defendant has been required to register as a predatory offender for several years.
Nine wheelchair basketball teams from across the Midwest were in Lakeville Saturday to compete in the Junior Northern Conference Tournament.
A 25-year-old woman is sharing her story after a suffering from a life-threatening condition that affects one in three women.
Jack Jablonski’s recovery has been full of miracles. Sunday marks one year since the Benilde-St. Margaret’s hockey player suffered an injury on the ice that left him paralyzed.
A new type of ball field is opening up the game to people of all abilities. It’s being nicknamed the “Field of Dreams.”
Let’s start with some good news about Jack Jablonski, the 16-year-old high school hockey player who was paralyzed during a game last winter.
Local Paralympic athletes showed off their skills Tuesday night ahead of their trip to London for competition.
As controversial as the law has been — for those with severe disabilities or pre-existing conditions, or for young people who have been able to stay on their parents’ health care until age 26 — the law has already had a profound impact, and this ruling is a welcome one in some circles.
It’s a trek that would wear anybody out. The MS 150 ride goes from Duluth to the Twin Cities this weekend and one man racing is not only a double amputee and four-time cancer survivor, but he’s determined to raise money for those affected by multiple sclerosis.
News reports of progress in rehabilitation are encouraging, according to HCMC’s Dr David Hilden.
Police have arrested and charged a suspect Wednesday for robbing a white Pontiac Grand Am right off a Brooklyn Center Cars for Courage lot.