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Jon Hughes, shown here in a 1989 Rush City High School yearbook picture, had repeated sexual contact with a student in the late 1980s

'Betrayal' of the System: Why School Administrators are Not Required to Report Sexual Abuse to Police

Rep. Kelly Fenton pre-files her bill Thursday.

New Bill Would Keep Those Convicted of Certain Crimes from Obtaining Teachers Licenses


Gun Charges Against U of M Professor to be Dismissed Under Agreement

Source: Prince Death Investigation Will Soon Go to Prosecutor for Review

Board of Teaching Admonished for Creating 'Appearance of Impropriety' During Licensing Process

Former Mayor Pleads Guilty to Receiving Veterans Benefits Despite Having Not Served

Siblings Seek to Close DWI Loophole in Brother's Memory

Diverse Defenders: The Changing Face of the Minnesota National Guard

Snowfall Ending in Twin Cities, but it will Stay Cooler
31-Year-Old St. Paul Woman Dies after 2-Vehicle Crash in Duluth
Mayo President/CEO to Retire
This July 21, 2012, photo shows Equifax Inc., offices in Atlanta. Credit monitoring company Equifax says a breach exposed social security numbers and other data from about 143 million Americans.

Democrats on House Panel Urge Equifax to Extend Protections

Venezuela's Digital Coin Makes Debut

Was Pirate Black Sam Bellamy Found? DNA Test Could Tell

Facebook to Verify Ads with Postcards After Russian Meddling