A 32-year-old Deer River woman was sentenced Monday to 30 years in jail and five years of probation for swindling money from the DMV she worked at.
A St. Paul father has been sentenced to jail for choking his son’s youth hockey coach in December 2011.
Amy Senser has been ordered to remain in prison during her appeals process. A judge denied her request to be released on Wednesday.
Court documents show officials are worried the father accused of killing his three daughters may try to commit suicide while in jail.
A crime lab controversy could force prosecutors in three Twin Cities counties to drop cases against drug suspects.
A 25-year-old female inmate has died in apparent suicide attempt in Hennepin County Jail Monday, according to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office.
The Minnesota Vikings player accused of brutally beating a man over the weekend has been released from jail. Soon after, the Vikings announced he was waived from their roster.
In a packed Washington County courtroom, family, friends and fellow guard members of 34-year-old Brian Jacobson made certain that justice would be served.
The way a deaf man was treated after he was arrested and held in the Ramsey County Jail has led to a settlement that calls for significant changes.
A Stillwater DWI attorney found himself in jail early Friday morning after being arrested for allegedly drinking and driving, authorities said.
A new federal study has found that 68.2 percent of men booked into the Hennepin County jail tested positive for illegal drug use, which occurred prior to arrest.
A Minnesota Somali woman awaiting sentencing on federal terror charges has been moved to a new jail, and is being allowed to wear her head scarf at times.
A St. Paul man has been sentenced to about ten months in jail for fatally shooting his brother.
A 37-year-old West St. Paul man has been sentenced to 175 days in jail, 10 years of probation and a $200 fine in connection with a bank robbery in May.
A delegation of U.S. Christian and Muslim leaders returned from Iran Monday disappointed they could not immediately secure the release of two Americans jailed as spies for more than two years, but optimistic their release was imminent.