It’s the season where many people pick up relatives from the airport to spend Thanksgiving together. For one Minnesota woman, however, the family member she’s picking up is a sister she’s never met before.
Of the many, many stories I have covered in my career, the murders of the three Schaffhausen sisters is one that stands out for its horror, its sadness and its tragic scope of loss. I do not in any way mean to minimize any other stories I have reported on.
I had a sister once. (I still do have one blood relative sister, she’s amazing, alive and well in Long Island, love you Deb.) This sister was not blood, but we shared a brain and a heart.
A memorial service will be held Tuesday evening for three young sisters who were murdered in River Falls last week.
Formal criminal charges are pending against the father of three girls found dead in their home in River Falls, Wis. on Tuesday, police said.
Two young Minnesota sisters share a very special gift: two successful heart transplant surgeries.
Two sisters from Lakeville arrived back home to Minnesota on Thursday after surviving last week’s cruise ship disaster off the coast of Italy.
It can be hard trying to get along with your brothers and sisters every day. It’s even harder if you play on the same varsity volleyball team together. Three sisters in Kimball, however, have found a way to make it work.