Department Of Corrections
New law keeping incarcerated mothers with newborns for a year a 'game changer'
The law went into effect on August 1 in Minnesota.
Corrections employee on leave following video of woman yelling racial slur at protesters
The man in the video is a longtime Minnesota Department of Corrections employee.
10th Minnesota prison inmate dies after COVID-19 diagnosis
Three other inmates who contracted the virus are hospitalized in critical condition.
FBI to investigate 2018 death of Beltrami County Jail inmate
Hardel Sherrell's mother has continued to push for her son's death to be reviewed.
Prison inmate dies 19 days after testing positive for COVID-19
It's the first prison death due to COVID-19 in Minnesota.
Charges: Corrections officer had sexual relations with an inmate
He had been transporting the woman to another jail.
Ex-DOC deputy commissioner 'sets the record straight' after complaints
She was alleged to have used her position to lobby for funding for her husband's organization.
New files reveal complaints against DOC deputy commissioner
Sarah Walker resigned from her position this week.
4 MN corrections officers hurt in latest inmate attack
This follows a rash of similar incidents at Minnesota prisons throughout 2018.