Appeals Court Says Urine Tests Without Warrant UnconstitutionalThe Minnesota Court of Appeals says a state law making it a crime for someone arrested for drunken driving to refuse a urine test without a warrant is unconstitutional. The appeals court on Monday reversed the conviction of a driver who refused to submit to a blood or urine test.
Be Wary Of Dehydration, But You Can Overhydrate, TooAs Minnesotans try to beat the heat, there's also the danger of drinking too much water. If you drink too much within a certain time span, serious health problems could arise. It's called hyponatremia.
Schools Investigate After Urine Found In Girls Locker RoomTwo schools are investigating after urine was found inside a number of lockers in the girls locker room at Princeton High School, following a football game.
Firefighters: Dog Pees On Electrical Outlet, Starts Fire Inside Chaska HomeA family dog started a fire inside a Chaska home after climbing atop a pile of items and relieving itself onto an electrical outlet last week.