A woman shot and wounded by her ex-husband before he took his own life was able to escape by barricading herself in the bathroom and texting her neighbor for help, a Pine County sheriff’s official said Thursday.
The Menahga school board has decided to allow a memorial page to be published in this year’s high school yearbook. However, the yearbook will go to print without a picture of one student’s newborn baby.
A fight at a football game moves to Facebook and ends with a student telling others to kill themselves. Now, police are trying to find out who posted it.
A woman is being treated after her significant other shot her and then killed himself Friday night in Todd County, authorities say.
Police are investigating after two bodies were found in Robbinsdale Friday morning.
Court documents show officials are worried the father accused of killing his three daughters may try to commit suicide while in jail.
It’s estimated that one in 10 children has some kind of mental health issue. That’s why WCCO-TV is starting a project on Tuesday nights that hopes to introduce you to some of the kids being helped by Washburn Center for Children in Minneapolis.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the convictions of a former nurse who hunted for suicidal people in online chat rooms and encouraged two to kill themselves, saying his actions were not protected speech.
Police say two young children are in protective custody after their father fatally shot their mother before killing himself in Apple Valley.
A mother who was recently charged with accidentally suffocating her infant son while drunk has died after setting herself on fire, police said.
The debate over a person’s “right to die” is taking place in a Dakota County courtroom.
Bullying in schools is an issue that keeps getting a lot of attention. One Edina teen dedicated his senior year to bully prevention and he’s taking an approach that leaves most adults out of the conversation.
The Hennepin County medical examiner says the woman found dead in a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp last weekend killed herself.
A Mantorville family says their 13-year-old daughter was bullied to the point she committed suicide, but today, the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office says there will be no criminal charges filed in Rachel Ehmke’s death.
A grand jury is expected to hear evidence this week about the involvement of a national assisted suicide group in the death of a Minnesota woman in 2007.