Group Calls For End To Animal Testing At HCMCProtesters are camped outside a Minneapolis hospital calling for an end to using live animals in medical testing. Many of the protesters are Minneapolis doctors and residents, and they are fighting for animal rights.
Mpls. Police Investigate Shooting That Left 1 InjuredPolice in Minneapolis are investigating an early morning shooting that left one person injured. According to the Minneapolis Police Department, just before 2:15 a.m. officers were called to a person with a gun in a parking lot on the 400 block of Hennepin Avenue South.
Former HCMC Employee Pleads Guilty To Identity TheftA 35-year-old Fridley woman has pleaded guilty to fraudulently using patients' credit cards while she worked at the Hennepin County Medical Center, the county attorney's office announced Tuesday.
2 Plead Guilty In Downtown Minneapolis Gang-Related ShootingsTwo gang members are going to prison for a long time after pleading guilty to a string of crimes against rivals.
Minneapolis Delivery Driver Shot In Heart Tells His StoryAndrew Gryskiewicz spoke with WCCO from the intensive care unit of Hennepin County Medical Center.
Sauk Rapids Teen Shocked By Wire In Fall RecoversA 16-year-old Sauk Rapids boy is recovering in a Minneapolis hospital after he was shocked by an electrical wire and fell while climbing on a closed bridge.
How Prepared Are Twin Cities Hospitals Ahead Of Mass Casualty Emergency? Emergency managers at Hennepin County Medical Center say the hospital is as prepared as it can be for an incident involving mass casualties.
HCMC Doctor Returns From Trip To Space StationAn HCMC doctor says his training not only prepared him for a career in ER medicine, it also prepared him for space.
Hennepin County Medical Center Holds 'Teddy Bear Clinic'Teddy bears already know a thing or two about stitches, but on Saturday fluffy friends got shots, splints and even X-rays.
HCMC Pressured To End Live Animal Use In TrainingA national physicians group says it is time for Hennepin County Medical Center to stop using live animals for medical training. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine wants a federal agency to investigate the Minneapolis hospital's use of 450 sheep and rabbits.
HCMC Using Hyperbaric Chamber To Treat DiabetesA new study shows diabetes is skyrocketing around the world. Researchers say cases have quadrupled in the past three decades.
HCMC Announces Nitrous Oxide Option For Laboring MothersLaboring mothers now have another option to cope with pain at the Hennepin County Medical Center: Nitrous oxide.