AP: Woman charged with child abuse and practicing dentistry without a license

A Waukesha woman is charged with charged with child abuse and practicing dentistry without a license. Authorities say 36-year-old Noemi Aguilera was putting braces on children, using her living room as an office and unsterilized equipment.

Star Tribune: Northern Minnesota worker caught in rising door, killed

A hardwood company worker’s jacket snagged Tuesday morning on a storage building’s automatic door as it rose, plucking the man from the ground and lifting him to his death, authorities in northern Minnesota said.

Forum News: Minnesota angler pleads guilty, loses potential world-record lake trout

Rob Scott, the Crane Lake, Minn., angler who caught a potential tip-up world-record lake trout in February, pleaded guilty Friday in Fort Frances Provincial Offences Court to keeping one lake trout over his limit.

Star Tribune: Worthington store settles case over camera zooming to female worker's chest

An office supply store in southwestern Minnesota must pay a former employee $11,000 after federal investigators found that a manager repeatedly zoomed a security camera in on her chest for him to view from his desktop computer.

Star Tribune: Saint Paul motorcyclist speeds away from cops, leads them to his home

“He wanted to get home to see his girlfriend before going to jail,” according to charges filed Monday in Ramsey County District Court against Nathan A. Collier, 33.

AP: Wisconsin brothers lose 2 trucks through thinning ice on Lake Winnebago

Two Wisconsin brothers lost their trucks in Lake Winnebago after the vehicles broke through thinning ice. Robert Lobajeski's truck went through the ice first after the pair finished riding their motorcycles on the ice. His brother, Brett Lobajeski, tried to pull the truck out, but his truck went in, too.

Eau Claire Leader Telegram: Holcombe man guilty of hiding corpse

Timothy A. Zamsky, 50, was charged with a felony count of hiding a corpse. Authorities said he was one of four men involved with the burial of Frederick “Brian” Harvey, 52, who was strangled in his trailer home.

Eau Claire Leader Telegram: Man charged with biting, breaking man's thumb

An Eau Claire man accused of breaking another man’s thumb and nearly ripping off the thumbnail while biting him during an altercation at an Eau Claire tavern faces two criminal charges.

AP: Convicted Wisconsin bigamist who fled sentencing gets 3 years in prison on forgery charges

Forty-six-year-old Tim Swinea, of Wausau, was convicted in Calumet County of stealing thousands of dollars from his ex-girlfriend by writing checks on her account. He fled before a Jan. 21 sentencing date but was arrested weeks later in New London.