Drug Test For Lawmakers: Next Stop, SenateMembers of the Minnesota Senate will decide whether to require drug tests for lawmakers to qualify for their pay and benefits.
Health Watch: Brain Cancer Drug May Help Alzheimer’s PatientsA drug used to treat cancer may someday offer hope for patients living with Alzheimer's disease.
Drug Court Officials To Rally At Minn. CapitolMinnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea will join other judges and Gov. Mark Dayton at a rally to promote the state's drug court system.
Clinical Trial Could Save 6-Year-Old Minn. Boy's LifeA Twin Cities family just got the approval to try a new drug that could save their little boy’s life. The new Pfizer drug could stabilize, even shrink a tumor in 6–year-old Gavin Pierson's brain. Left untreated he could die.
Hospitals Post Guidelines To Stop Flu Spread; New Drug In TestingChildren's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is joining other health care facilities in putting out guidelines to stop the spread of the flu.
Son Shows School Principal Evidence That His Mom Uses MethAfter a 12-year-old boy showed his school principal evidence that his mother was using narcotics, 32-year-old Sabina Marie Coolen, of Chatham Township in Wright County, has now been charged with storing meth paraphernalia in the presence of a child.
Minn. Departments Team Up To Fight Drug AbuseThe Minnesota departments of Health, Education, Corrections and Public Safety are now working together to fight drug abuse.
Treatment Shows Promise Of Stopping Alzheimer's ProgressionA new treatment is showing promise in stopping the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
O.J. Simpson's Former Girlfriend Facing Drug Charges In MinnesotaThe Minnesota woman who once was OJ Simpson's girlfriend is facing drug charges in Moorhead, Minn.
14 Charged For Selling Crack In Undercover InvestigationFourteen people were charged Monday in connection with an alleged cocaine and crack ring in Minneapolis.
New US Plan To Stop Drug Flow Over Northern Border Federal law enforcement agencies will help tribal officers obtain equipment and training on Indian lands near the U.S.-Canadian border as part of the White House's newly released strategy for reducing the flow of illegal drugs and drug proceeds between the two countries.