Minnesota's nickname, the land of 10,000 lakes, is actually an underestimate. In fact, you'll find 11,842 lakes here. If you enjoy boating, you'll never run out of new lakes to explore in Minnesota.
You don't need an expert to tell you that although car accident injuries devastate many drivers, pedestrians often experience much more serious injuries at the hands of hurried and neglectful drivers.
Whether you live in a rural or more populated area, consider safe walking routes and defensive techniques. After all, pedestrians who experience a collision have a much higher chance of fatality or life-changing injury. While you can't control the actions of neglectful drivers, you can learn strategies that will increase your chances of staying safe on the roads.
Dog bites can cause serious injuries, both emotional and physical. From severe lacerations to panic attacks, these injuries and traumas should never go unaddressed.
Texas-based ice cream maker Blue Bell Creameries made national headlines in 2015 after several consumers contracted listeria from the company's ice cream products. Following reports that the contamination caused at least three deaths, Blue Bell recalled some products. It later issued a second recall of all its products.
A Minneapolis man pleaded guilty to a hit-and-run accident that severely injured two people and killed one, according to the Ramsey County Attorney's Office.
Hundreds of pounds of meat products sold at a number of co-op grocery stores and Minneapolis dining spots has now been recalled.
The operator of a day care has now been charged with assaulting a child because of a dirty diaper.
A Minneapolis man is facing careless driving charges after a car accident that resulted in the wrongful death of a Lakeville woman.
An Anoka man was high and led police on a high-speed chase, causing him to crash into another vehicle carrying a family of five. The criminal complaint says that police tried to pull over Arian Kaleb Schultz, 24, on January 19.
A convicted murderer became very upset and attacked four prison workers earlier in February. Now the prison is speaking out, saying that prisons in Minnesota are dangerously understaffed.