Students at Hudson Middle School have received a big national honor. Two students placed third in the nation in the “Siemens We Can Change the World” Challenge for their project, which is aimed at protecting the ground water we drink.
The Alexandria Police Department is investigating after the Douglas County Animal Hospital was broken into Tuesday morning.
The Grand Rapids Police Department is hoping the public can help locate a man with health issues who has been missing since Tuesday evening.
A national group of doctors is concerned that healthy children are using ADHD medications when they shouldn’t be.
A grieving widow thinks her husband’s obituary made her a target for prescription pill thieves.
A Fridley man was arrested and released without charges after a 33-year-old Coon Rapids woman was found dead Sunday.
Two new diet drugs are the first to be approved in more than a decade. Both Belviq and Qsymia helped people lose weight in clinical studies, but they do it in very different ways.
You’ll soon have the chance to get rid of unwanted prescription medications, as Hennepin County will have three locations to drop them off.
A potential shortage of medication intended for children with Leukemia has apparently been averted.
A 27-year-old woman is charged with three counts of felony theft after authorities say she stole narcotic pain medication while working as a nurse.
Superior native Stanley Keller has lived in a Park Point nursing home for 21 of his 57 years, but he hasn’t forgotten his favorite football team.
Whether it’s the ibuprofen that expired last year or the aspirin that expired five years ago, almost all of us have some expired medications in our cabinet.
Take a look in your medicine cabinet. What’s the oldest thing in there? JP Nagan just threw out Aspirin from 2004. Shelli told me she had medication from 1995.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar is putting the spotlight on the growing shortage of medications, especially those used for treating cancer.
In this day of ever rising health care costs, we sure do not want to pay out more than we have to, which is why it is worth your time to review your prescription costs. In the case of a Twin Cities man, three little words cost him a bunch of extra money.