The justices ruled that public officials acted improperly by discouraging expert witnesses from testifying on the mother's behalf. Nicole Beecroft had been serving a life sentence for stabbing her newborn to death in 2007. She'll get a new trial.
18-year-old from Zumbrota dies in Goodhue County crash
The crash happened in rural Goodhue County around 8:45 a.m. Wednesday.
3 Minneapolis beaches closed due to E. coli contamination
No illnesses have been reported, according to the MPRB.
'Hockeyland' documentary debuting in Minnesota movie theaters
The documentary has received great reviews at numerous film festivals.
Former Minnesota Olympic runner accused of driving drunk in Eden Prairie crash
Police said the man's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit.
Woman fighting for her life after shooting in Minneapolis
The woman was shot only about a half-hour after a 14-year-old suffered critical injuries in an apparent accidental discharge.
Two students face discipline over racist messages at Prior Lake High School
Families and students were largely uncooperative with the investigation.
Cause of Hopkins house explosion that killed couple revealed
Sharon and Herb Vassar were killed in the explosion. Herb built the home back in 1962.
Charges: Minnesota camp counselor fired arrows at kids, injuring boy
An 8-year-old boy was shot in the arm with an arrow.
Two Harbors votes overwhelmingly to recall Mayor Chris Swanson
The mayor had been scrutinized for several things leading up to the vote Tuesday.
Suspected gunman at large after homicide near Albert Lea
The 32-year-old suspect was last seen in a 2004 white Ford F-150 with Minnesota license number EUZ-057.
Supreme Court rejects new trial in Anoka train deaths
The Supreme Court on Wednesday overruled an appeals court decision to order a new trial in the deaths of four young people at a Burlington Northern railroad crossing. A spokeswoman for BNSF signaled that the company will abide by the court's ruling. A jury had awarded the victims' families $21.6 million.
Retiring State Supreme Court judge takes job at William Mitchell
Retiring Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Helen Meyer already has a new job lined up after her retirement on Friday. The William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul said Wednesday that Meyer, a graduated from the school in 1983, will join the school in the fall as a "distinguished jurist in residence."
First black woman on Minn. Supreme Court to take oath
New Supreme Court Justice Wilhelmina Wright is scheduled to take her spot Tuesday on the seven-member panel at a ceremony at the Landmark Center in downtown St. Paul. Wright is the 90th associate justice in state history and the first black woman.
Associate Justice Helen Meyer leaving Minnesota Supreme Court
Meyer will step down in August after "10 years as a member of the Supreme Court and 20 years as a trial lawyer." Her vacancy will be Gov. Mark Dayton's first chance to appoint someone to the Supreme Court.
State Supreme Court rules that schools must report campaign spending
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Friday that school districts need to be more accountable in reporting campaign spending. The ruling stems from a 2010 complaint filed against the St. Louis County School District, which alleged district leaders and school board members violated state campaign laws by using public funds to promote the passage of a school building bond referendum -- and not reporting it to the state as campaign spending.
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