Meth, Guns & Explosive Found In Danube Home; 3 ArrestedThree people were arrested Wednesday after over a pound of meth was found inside their Danube home, along with an explosive and firearms.
Minnesota Has Strictest DUI Laws In The Country, Study FindsA new study has ranked all U.S. states based on their DUI laws -- and Minnesota tops the list.
Opioids In The Spotlight On National Prescription Drug Take Back DayAccording to the DEA, more than 70,000 people die in America annually from drug overdose deaths.
2 Charged Following 64-Pound Meth BustThe complaint says that along with the meth, investigators also found three pounds of suspected heroin, some pills, two loaded guns and a large amount of money inside the apartment.
Vikings' Roc Thomas Charged With Drug PossessionOfficers were dispatched to an apartment in Mendota Heights on January 16 at about 2:30 p.m. Some residents had complained about the smell of marijuana.
Charges: Montana Men Stopped With 900 Pounds Of Marijuana On I-94Two Montana men are facing drug charges after officials say they were pulled over in central Minnesota with 900 pounds of marijuana.
Health Experts Warn Parents, Others About Huffing DangersMedical and mental health experts say one in five kids have tried it by 8th grade. Now, there is a push to educate parents and others about the dangers of huffing.
Man Who Hid Cocaine In Butt Has Stomach Pumped After Ingesting ItPolice say a Rochester man who hid cocaine in his buttocks ingested the drug after being arrested and had to have his stomach pumped over the weekend.
Record Amount Of Meth Seized In MinneapolisPolice say 171 pounds of methamphetamine -- believed to be the largest single seizure of the drug in state history -- were seized Tuesday.
'Who Steals A Cheese Grater?': Meth Use Blamed For Strange Crime Spree“Who steals a cheese grader?” burglary victim Mason Tackett asked. “He’s got the works…Lysol… he stole an empty bottle of spray,” he continued.
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.