A Bagley, Minn., woman is accused of leaving three children in a hot car for 30 minutes while she tried on swimsuits at a Bemidji Target store. The children survived. She has been charged with child endangerment.
Evacuation at U of M's Coffman Union after bomb threat
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With 48 charged, aftershocks of Feeding Our Future fraud case continue
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Charges: Ineligible man had guns, over 15,000 rounds of ammo
A search of the man's vehicle and house turned up multiple firearms.
Reporter/anchor leaving Rochester for new role at WCCO
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Authorities investigating false active shooter reports at Minnesota schools
This is a developing story.
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Lane took a plea agreement earlier in the state case.
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Police: Man jumped on train, attacked engineer with knife near St. Cloud
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Warrant issued for mom who left kids in hot car
A warrant has been issued for a mother accused of leaving three children in a hot car while she shopped for swimsuits at a Bemidji Target in June. Bianca Jean Hazelrigg, 21, of Bagley failed to appear before a judge Monday. According to the criminal complaint, Hazelrigg left three children inside her car with the windows rolled up in 88-degree heat, while one child was playing outside in the parking lot.
Charges: 3 kids found alone, hungry in uninhabitable apartment
The mother has been charged with child endangerment and neglect.
Moms stage nationwide 'nurse-in' at Target stores
A mother organized the protest after she tried to breastfeed her child in the women's clothing section of a Target store, where workers reportedly told her to move to a fitting room. Michelle Hickman told workers the law says she has a right to nurse in public but says they ignored her. Target's corporate office says the company supports women's rights to breastfeed -- in fitting rooms or in public.
Charges: Mom found drunk on sidewalk had left kids at home
Her children, aged 4 and 7, were found asleep in their bedroom.
Men charged after cross-burning incident in Bemidji
Two Bemidji men were arraigned Friday in Beltrami County District Court after an alleged cross-burning May 25 at a home in Northern Township. A defense attorney said the alleged incident an offensive "juvenile prank," but the prosecutor called it a "crime of hatred and intolerance."
Oakdale daycare provider accused of locking kids in outdoor shed in winter
An Oakdale daycare provider is facing child endangerment and child neglect charges, stemming from an alleged incident after social workers showed up unannounced at her in-home daycare in February. According to a criminal complaint, Jennifer Lynn Goldetsky, 43 rushed three children out the back door of her daycare and locked them in a shed -- without shoes or jackets -- because she had too many children in her care.
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