Reward Offered For Info On Man Who Shot Infant, Pregnant Teen Minneapolis Police and Crime Stoppers are teaming up to catch the man responsible for shooting a 14-month-old girl and two teens, one of whom was pregnant. According to police, the shootings happened on the early evening of August 20 on the 2900 block of Lyndale Avenue North in Minneapolis. MyKhalea Smith, 14 months old, Trenay Smith, 19 and Javar Smith, 17, were all on the porch of a residence when an unidentified man walked up and began shooting at them. MyKhalea was shot near her shoulder, while Trenay and Javar were both shot in the leg. Trenay was pregnant at the time.
Man Charged With Stomping On Pregnant Ex's StomachA 28-year-old man has been charged with stomping on his pregnant ex-girlfriend's stomach in an attempt to kill her unborn child.
Charges: Man Pimped Woman Pregnant With His BabyA 19-year-old Burnsville, Minn. man has been charged with forcing the woman pregnant with his child into prostitution.
Pregnant Woman With Shotgun Thwarts BurglarsIt's the last thing two burglary suspects expected to hear when they broke into a Coon Rapids home -- the unmistakable sound of a pump shotgun.
Study: Arsenic Levels Found In RiceFirst apple juice, now rice. Less than a week after a study linked lead and arsenic to apple juice, a new study says rice may be a health risk.
Prison Scuffle For Wis. Fetal-Abduction SuspectThe Milwaukee County sheriff's office says an inmate accused of killing a pregnant woman and trying to steal her unborn baby has assaulted a prison guard.
Wis. Alderman Accused Of Choking Pregnant WorkerA Racine alderman is jailed on allegations he choked and hit a pregnant employee at the bar he owns.
Authorities: Pregnant Woman, 18, Shot In RochesterAn 18-year-old woman is in the hospital after a shooting early Tuesday afternoon in Olmsted County, according to the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office.
Police: Man Arrested For Fleeing Cops, Causing Fatal AccidentSt. Cloud Police arrested a man who allegedly caused a fatal accident while fleeing police Friday night.