A doctor says when methotrexate is given to childhood leukemia patients its cure rate is 90 percent or better. But a shortage of the drug has patients and their families worried. U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar is among those pressuring pharmaceutical companies to increase the supply.
Timberwolves survive Knicks' second-half barrage to get back to .500
Karl-Anthony Towns' lay-in helped Minnesota get a win in The Garden.
No travel advised: High winds, whiteout conditions in NW MN
Zero visibility in parts of greater Minnesota Tuesday night.
Update: Holy Angels evacuated over bomb threat, school says
Someone left a voicemail early Tuesday suggesting there was an explosive device.
Convicted stalker charged with harassment of another DJ at The Current
He pleaded guilty to similar charges involving the DJ's colleague back in 2015.
Gophers fall below roster minimum, postpone Penn State game
It is "due to internal COVID-19 protocols within the Golden Gopher program."
Report: Vikings request interview with Rams' Raheem Morris
Morris was once the youngest head coach in the NFL at 33 years old.
Sheriff: Drunk driver crashed trying to 'beat the train'
The BNSF train slammed into the side of the driver's car.
Man run over after parking dispute leads to road rage crash
The two groups fought about parking prior to the crash.
Deadly crash shuts down small stretch of Chaska highway for hours
A driver crossed over the center median and hit another vehicle.
You can now order 4 free at-home COVID tests from the government
Tests will ship for free within 7-12 days, according to the White House.
Bikini parade is on but participants are in short supply
Madison Lake couldn't stop the tanning salon owner who hopes to organize the world's largest parade of bikini-clad women at Saturday's Paddlefish Days festival. But the 40 women who've signed up is far short of the record of 450.
DNR warns Minnesota's water supply is limited
Some experts say our water use is taking a toll on the state's lakes, streams and wetlands. The DNR says it doesn't have the means to monitor water use across the state, so it's testing a new plan that would give local governments a greater role in conserving the supply. But officials say the biggest challenge is just informing people the supply isn't endless.
Drug company payments to doctors are falling ahead of new reporting rules
In the first in a three-part series, the Pioneer Press delves into payments that pharmaceutical companies make to Minnesota doctors. The paper reports such payments have fallen significantly because of financial pressures, the rising costs of developing new drugs, and more difficulty in finding doctors who will accept the fees. And, starting next year, drug companies and device makers will have to share data on such fees with the federal government.
Occupy organizers say 'riot supplies' were planted to smear the movement
Police are investigating a box of bricks and rocks labeled "riot supplies" that turned up at the site of the OccupyMN protest in downtown Minneapolis. Organizers say the box is just a set-up to make them look bad.
U of M drug gets a second chance to make it to market
The drug was initially licensed to a company that recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Now Colorado-based Ariel Pharmaceuticals has picked up Tamiasyn and will take over the task of preparing it for human clinical trials.
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