The defense attorney for a woman charged with kidnapping her half sister’s newborn from Wisconsin, says her client hopes her half-sister is doing OK. Attorney Victoria Noel said Friday that her client, Kristen Smith, wants to express concern for her half sister because she understands “she has gone through an ordeal.”
The Minnesota Department of Health has reached a settlement in a case over its practice of storing and using newborn blood samples without parental consent.
Police officers are often called upon to deal with all kinds of difficult situations. And, for an officer in North Mankato, that included delivering a baby.
A family’s fight to get their baby back has the attention of the medical community and the court system in Mower County.
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The Minnesota House has approved a new approach to parental consent for newborn blood samples used to test for genetic and congenital disorders.
Police in Anoka County say a man was arrested for punching his girlfriend, who retaliated by throwing 1-week-old puppies at him. Both are in the Anoka County Jail, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
A 20-year-old man is accused of squeezing his 7-week-old daughter hard enough to fracture at least 21 bones.
The unidentified newborn found dead in the Mississippi River last fall will be given a proper burial, according to KAGE Radio.
It was a car ride the Heath family will never forget. A mother, father and their toddler were taking the half-hour trip from their home near Mora to Cambridge welcome a new addition to their family.
A South St. Paul mother is accused of abusing her 10-day-old son after he was brought to the emergency room with two black eyes.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled two lower courts erred in dismissing a lawsuit by nine Minnesota families questioning the Minnesota Department of Health’s handling of blood drawn from newborn babies.
The cooing and cuddling with a newborn is among the most precious memories any parent can have. But for Megan McGinnis, that peaceful moment was terribly interrupted when her little girl of only a week became a victim of crime.
A mother surrendered a 3-hour-newborn at a La Crosse fire station, invoking the state’s Safe Haven law.
Jessica and Craig Porter of Somerset, Wis. have their newly adopted baby’s room all ready, but the shutdown is forcing their new son to sleep in a playpen across the river in Minnesota.