Minnesota Department Of Human Services
A Deephaven couple was in a Florida jail Wednesday night awaiting extradition back to Minnesota. Colin and Andrea Chisholm are accused of bilking the state out of $167,000, starting back in 2005. Prosecutors say they lived in a $1 million home and, at one point, owned $1 million yacht while they were receiving cash assistance, food support and medical assistance.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services has budgeted $1.8 million for the possible costs of a court-ordered evaluation of the state sex-offender program.
State officials say infant deaths in child care settings dropped significantly in 2013. The Minnesota Department of Human Services says three babies died in licensed day care last year, the lowest number in 11 years.
Minnesota has received approval from the federal government to direct $58 million over four years into services meant to help senior citizens and people with disabilities in their homes.
Twenty-four-year-old Tonya Bauer is a student at Winona State University. She is strong, smart and has used her past struggles as a child to make her a better person.
There’s more evidence that heroin and prescription opiates abuse has a strong grip on the Twin Cities.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services will consider Friday how to best use recently received Federal money to put more fresh produce on the tables of the state’s food stamp recipients.
David Proffitt was hired in August to run the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter, but was soon accused of creating a hostile work environment.
The abuse of heroin and other opiates has reached the highest level in the Twin Cities’ history, according to a report released by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS).
The Minnesota Department of Human Services kicked off an event Sunday aimed at promoting adoptions and giving children and teens loving and permanent homes.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is back on the hunt for a software upgrade — this time with financial help from the federal government.
A new report finds significant gaps continue in the quality of health care for poor Minnesotans, although disparities are narrowing.
A Minnesota lawmaker wants to restart the quest for software to streamline applications for health and welfare programs after a failed project that cost at least $41 million.