A North Oaks-based company says it played a role in the August birth of twins to a woman artificially inseminated with sperm frozen 41 years ago. ReproTech tells the Pioneer Press that the previous record for a successful live birth using "cryopreserved" sperm was 28 years. The company says the sperm donation was from a Japanese-American war hero who was unable to conceive with his wife, yet wanted to carry on his family's bloodline.
Bystanders' 'heroic actions' save 3 people from burning car
The car hit a power box and burst into flames.