Monticello Toddler Allegedly Beaten Into Coma By Mom's BoyfriendOnce again, a toddler is fighting for his life after an alleged beating at the hands of an adult. Braydon Decker was discovered unresponsive Tuesday afternoon in Monticello and rushed to the local hospital with a traumatic brain injury.
Mother Fights Charges Of Giving Injured Son MarijuanaA mother charged with giving her son medical marijuana months before it becomes legal in Minnesota wants her case to be dismissed. Angela Brown went back to court Wednesday. She is facing jail time for treating her 15-year-old son with cannabis oil after he suffered a traumatic brain injury in a baseball game.
Lawyers For Kolstad, Nelson Both Say Fight Video ‘Speaks For Itself’For the first time, we're seeing what happened before a former Mankato State football player was hit and kicked, changing his life forever. The newly released video shows Isaac Kolstad approaching former U of M quarterback Philip Nelson. He appears to take a shot at Nelson, who then falls to the ground.
Coon Rapids Man Charged with Killing Friend While Driving DrunkA 21-year-old Coon Rapids man faces criminal charges after admitting to driving drunk in a crash which took the life of his friend last November. Kyle Norman Wold was charged Friday with one count of criminal vehicular homicide and two counts of criminal vehicular operation related to a crash on the early morning of Nov. 22.
Movie Blog: 'Crash Reel' ReviewAs the Sochi Olympics loom, this is, without doubt, the documentary to see. Directed by Lucy Walker, The Crash Reel is a powerful and sobering look at the blood on the snow of the action sports world that forces us to question our devotion to sports cliches like "go big or go home."
26-Year-Old North Branch Veteran MissingA 26-year-old veteran and North Branch-native has been missing from his home near Fort Jackson, S.C. since October 7.
A Man's Inspirational Recovery From A Serious Brain InjuryA life-threatening brain injury changed a Minnesota man's life forever, but it wasn't enough to slow him down. Now, eight years later, he is being honored for proving that the impossible is possible.