Users of medical marijuana are marking the one-year anniversary of its legalization in Minnesota, even as some criticize its high cost and persistent outlaw stigma. Cannabis — in pill, liquid and vapor form — became available July 1, 2015, to treat such conditions as cancer-related nausea, seizures, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. By the end of that first week, the Minnesota Department of Health had approved eight patients to begin using medical cannabis.
David Martini gave nearly half his life to teaching.
From scholar to soccer, East Ridge senior Ashwin Kolla excels.
After 10 years sniffing out contraband and chasing down perps, K-9 Blitz has earned a rest.
“We can have disputes about war, we can have disputes about what to do in a situation, but we never take it out on soldiers on the front lines,” U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar said.
A pair of empty combat boots marked the start of the “22 A day, 22 Too Many” run and walk Sunday in Cottage Grove.
Gary Johnston didn’t choose the flamingos. They chose him.
The pews were packed Sunday as St. Rita Catholic Church in Cottage Grove launched its 50th year jubilee.
East Ridge High School launched the local 2016 prom season with a dance Saturday evening at A’bulae in St. Paul, following the grand march in the afternoon in the high...
A St. Paul man is charged with second-degree burglary.