Leaders of four state agencies on Friday launched a major five-year plan to work together with partners in public health, health care, agribusiness, environmental protection and other fields to keep antibiotics working to protect the health of humans, animals and the environment in Minnesota.
ST. PAUL — Violent crimes in Minnesota — including murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault — were up 7.6 percent in 2015, according to an annual report released Friday by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA). Murders were the driver of the increase, rising by 58 percent compared to 2014 and up 17 percent compared to 2013, the report said.
These last few weeks have been pretty hard on me. Not that there is anything wrong in my personal life, but there are things wrong in our society, things that both anger and frustrate me. I will set aside Westboro Baptist members protesting the funerals of the Orlando victims. If there is any justice, there will be a special place in hell for them in the afterlife.