Court: Random, On-Going Drug Tests Are Not A Condition For WelfareMinnesota residents with prior drug convictions can't be required to undergo random drug testing indefinitely as a condition of receiving state welfare benefits, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
The Challenges Of Securing The Northern BorderMinnesota's northern border stretches some 550 miles. Nearly 200 U.S. Border Patrol agents watch them from land, water and air. We traveled to Warroad for a rare look at our connection to Canada and what's being done to protect the border.
5 Arrested For Drug, Probation Offenses In Ideal TownshipPolice located more than three pounds of methamphetamine with a street value of over $16,000, a large amount of cash and ammunition.
Minneapolis Police To Halt Marijuana Sting ArrestsA report found, in police stings involving small amounts of marijuana almost exclusively, almost every single person arrested was black.
Police: Wrong-Way Driver On LSD Thought He Was Playing 'Grand Theft Auto'An Oregon man who allegedly stole a car and drove for miles going the wrong way claims he thought he was playing "Grand Theft Auto" while high on LSD.
Police: Woman Named Crystal Methvin Arrested For Having Crystal Meth40-year-old Crystal June Methvin was taken into custody after being charged with possession of crystal meth
Iowa Man Pleads Guilty To Letting 7 Kids Live In SqualorCourt records say 34-year-old Jermaine Watson of Dubuque also pleaded guilty to four drug counts.
Mother Accused Of Heading Up Meth Trafficking CellMacrina Perez was arrested in April at the U.S.-Mexico border during a shopping trip.