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In wake of DHS overpayments, tribe scrambles to continue opioid treatment

A Minnesota tribe struggling with the devastating effects of the opioid epidemic is scrambling to continue its treatment program that had its funding slashed after it was revealed last year that the state made millions of dollars in overpayments.

5 INVESTIGATES: Juul recruited U of M researcher as vaping controversy intensified

Private schools, law firms among biggest PPP loan recipients in Minnesota

Minnesota lawmakers push for aid package to save disability service providers

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Last in line: Minnesota disability services on life support with no safety net from the state


Controversial neck restraint policies tweaked at several Minn. police departments


MPD officer who has been fired twice for excessive force will remain fired following arbitration ruling


Investigative Team

Paul McEnroe
Joe Augustine
Eric Chaloux
Ana Lastra
Ryan Raiche
Eric Rasmussen
Kirsten Swanson
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2 drivers hurt, pedestrian bridge damaged in Edina crash involving semi
St. Cloud police ask for help identifying suspects in burglary during civil unrest
Minneapolis drops controversial 911 answering software

Minneapolis drops controversial 911 answering software


Forensic experts question reliability of breathalyzer used by Minnesota law enforcement agencies

Twin Cities couple cooks up possible solution to son's rare disease

Minnesota National Guard takes look at itself, makes changes after 12 soldier suicides