Sheriff: 22-Month-Old Child Dies At Anoka County Day CareAuthorities say a day care in the north Twin Cities metro has been closed while the death of a toddler is under investigation. The Anoka County Sheriff's Office says 22-month-old Cameron Lange died during an incident at a day care in Circle Pines.
Charges: Moorhead Day Care Provider Was DrunkThe owner of a Moorhead home day care is accused of being drunk while she was supposed to be watching seven children.
St. Paul Day Care Owner Accused Of Swindling State Assistance Program A former St. Paul day care owner is accused of swindling more than $11,000 from a state program designed to help low-income families pay for child care.
WCCO Investigation: Day Care Owner Owes Nearly $75K In Unpaid Taxes
Twin Cities Day Care Catches Thief On CameraA Twin Cities day care fed up with repeated break-ins, set up a camera and caught the thief in the act.
Eden Prairie Day Care Center Owner Pleads Guilty To Theft Of Public MoneyA 47-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to stealing money in the form of child care subsidies, the United States Attorney's Office announced Friday.
4 Charged In $4 Million Gov't Benefits ScamA former daycare operator is in jail while police search for her husband as part of a multimillion-dollar fraud investigation. Yasmin Ali of Fridley and her husband, Ahmed Mohammed, are charged with felonies along with two other men -- Joshua Miller of St. Paul and Jordan Smith of Cottage Grove.
No Charges Against Officers In Fatal Day Care ShootingThe Anoka County Attorney's Office says there will be no charges against two Ramsey Police officers involved in the fatal shooting of 21-year-old Chaz Michael Havenor. On Aug. 28, 2014, the two officers answered a call of a suspicious car in the parking lot of The Learning Lodge, on the 6100 block of 157th Lane Northwest.
Sioux Falls Day Care Worked Accused Of Sex CrimeA 26-year-old man is accused of molesting a 6-year-old girl at the Sioux Falls day care where he worked.
Opponents Of Minnesota Union Drives Hail Ruling Bolstered by a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday that limits organized labor's power to collect compulsory dues, the lead plaintiff in a parallel Minnesota lawsuit urged Gov. Mark Dayton to have state lawyers stand down and ultimately cancel a pair of drives to unionize home-based day care and health care workers. Rochester day care operator Jennifer Parrish suggested the Democratic governor had little chance to prevail after the nation's top court decided that thousands of home health care workers in Illinois who are "partial-public employees" cannot be required to pay fees that help cover a union's costs of collective bargaining. Although the workers receive state subsidies to care for clients, they aren't considered full-fledged state employees and therefore don't have to pay dues if they don't join a union, the conservative-led court ruled in a 5-4 decision.
Ramsey Child Care Center Concerned Over Possible Gun Range NeighborA Ramsey childcare center says they will lose business if a gun training range opens up next door. Little Me Childcare is located next to a vacant building now, but the city council is expected to give a shooting range the go-ahead to move in next door.
Day Care Owner In Moorhead Guilty Of Neglect A former day care owner in Moorhead has pleaded guilty to neglect and child endangerment after police found her drunk at her home.