The Pioneer Press has the story on Lisa Nasseff, who claims a clinic in Missouri planted false and disturbing memories in her mind while she was seeking treatment for anorexia. She has sued, and her lawyer claims she was one of several women who were fooled so the clinic could milk their insurance coverage. Among the memories she claims were planted in her mind: That she was a member of a satanic cult in St. Paul, that she had been sexually abused and that she possessed as many as 20 personalities.
Boy found in Brooklyn Park; appeal to find his parents
The boy was found shortly before 6 p.m. Sunday.
1 dead, 1 arrested after shooting involving teens in Duluth
A 17-year-old was arrested around 1:45 a.m. Sunday. Neither the victim nor the suspect has been identified.
NASCAR driver joins MN boy in reclaiming 'Let's go Brandon' slogan
Brandon Brundidge gained recognition when his mother shared the story of how he found inspiration in "Let's go Brandon" signs.
White supremacist propaganda flyers distributed in Cottage Grove
The department said the flyers have been left in driveways throughout the city.
6-year-old Northfield girl missing, mother dead of apparent suicide
Anyone who had seen the girl or her mother in the past two weeks should call Northfield police.
Kristi Noem's response to 10-year-old Ohio girl pregnant after being raped
Abortion is illegal in South Dakota unless the mother's life is in danger.
Sheriff: Deputy shoots gun-wielding man in western Wisconsin
One deputy fired on the man, striking him in an unknown area of his body.
Man found dead in 26 inches of water in Le Sueur County
The 45-year-old was found in near the shoreline on Lake Washington.
Betty Danger's in NE Minneapolis for sale for $4.2 million
The asking price includes the restaurant's ferris wheel, as well as a nearby single-family home.
Child riding bicycle killed by suspected drunk driver near Elko New Market
A 72-year-old Lakeville man has been arrested.
Mayo Clinic to pay $1.2 million to settle lawsuit claiming false billing
In their lawsuit the Justice Department and four whistleblowers claim Mayo billed the federal government for thousands of lab tests that were never done. The suit contends Mayo routinely billed Medicare and Medicaid for two sets of pathology tests, even though only one was conducted.
Woman claims she was fired for smelling like cigarette smoke
Stephanie Cannon of Fridley believes she's the victim of discrimination – fired from a hospital receptionist job because she smelled like cigarette smoke, KSTP reports. She said she did all she could to avoid smelling like smoke. She claims her employer suggested she shower at work and also avoid her cigarette-smoking husband before coming to the job.
Settlement reached after discrimination claims at Lund's boat plant
Brunswick Corp. and Lund Boat Co. have agreed to pay $295,000 in back wages and interest to nearly 200 female job applicants who were rejected for entry-level positions at a Minnesota manufacturing plant. The settlement comes after a lawsuit was filed by the U.S. Department of Labor last year alleging hiring discrimination.
Marathon-gate? Paul Ryan's false claim irks runners
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan claimed on a nationally syndicated radio show that he had run marathons. His personal best time? Under three hours, the Wisconsin congressman said. But he only ran one marathon – Grandma's Marathon in Duluth in 1990 – in 4 hours, 1 minute. Ryan says he just misspoke. Runners howled. “No one confuses a 4:01 with a sub-3. No one,” said one comment on Runner's World magazine.
Flood claimed house 100-year-old woman lived in for 62 years
Hazel Lafler says she had no flood insurance for her home on Hunter Lake and does not plan to rebuild. She's philosophical about the loss, saying there's nothing she can do about it. "It's like spilling milk; you can't pick it up," she says.
Woman organizing nationwide 'nurse-in' at Target stores
A woman says she was trying to discretely breastfeed her child in a Target store when employees there tried to discourage her and harass her. Now she has 3,000 people and counting signed up on Facebook to join a nationwide "nurse-in." A Target spokesman apologized and said the stores will "feel proud to support" the protest.
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