Illinois Democrat Richard Durbin has sent a letter to the CEO of Wells Fargo asking why the bank is charging customers in some states $3 a month to use their debit cards.
Suspect identified in gunfire barrage that injured teen in Brooklyn Park
The city's major crimes unit is investigating.
Target profits plunge as it takes hit from shedding excess goods
The retailer announced earlier this year it would be slashing prices.
Man, woman found dead in St. Paul home after child calls 911
Police say no suspects are being sought.
Las Vegas man identified as victim killed near 38th and Chicago
The 25-year-old died at the scene Sunday afternoon.
Man indicted for armed robberies of 3 St. Paul grocery stores
The 38-year-old is facing federal charges.
Bridge damage closes westbound Hwy. 62 between Richfield, Edina
The Minnesota Department of Transportation said bridge maintenance work is in progress.
Charges: Drunk driver killed former chair of Hibbing Chamber of Commerce
Michael Miller's blood-alcohol content was nearly three times the legal limit at the time of the crash.
Gallery: Stillwater estate turned into private oasis hits market for first time
The sprawling estate is minutes from downtown Stillwater.
Woman charged with attempted murder in shooting outside Target
The victim is in critical condition.
WalletHub's 'Best States to Live' ranking has Minnesota in top 10
Minnesota finished one place above Wisconsin.
Charges: Man attacked Mystic Lake security with 2x4
A chaotic scene unfolded after the man approached the bell stand late Friday.
New fees have TCF bleeding customers, money
TCF Bank reports a first quarter loss of more than $280 million. More and larger fees are actually producing less money by driving away customers. The bank is still sizing up how many customers it's lost and which fees sent them packing. CEO Bill Cooper promises new solutions to reverse the trend.
Immigrants protest Wells Fargo investments in for-profit detention
Somalis and Latinos rallied in Minneapolis to protest the bank's donations to anti-immigrant lawmakers and investments in for-profit prisons that detain immigrants.
U.S. Bancorp 3Q profit grows 16 percent to break another record
U.S. Bancorp, parent company of U.S. Bank, posted a record net income of $1.47 billion, a 16 percent jump from $1.27 billion a year-earlier, Bloomberg reports. “Earnings included continued strong mortgage-banking activity, which contributed to our growth in fee income, residential real estate loans and loans held for sale,” said CEO Richard Davis.
Hundreds of protesters march from plaza to Wells Fargo in Minneapolis
About 200 demonstrators, chanting 'Banks got bailed out, we got sold out,' marched from the Hennepin County Government Center plaza to Wells Fargo Bank in downtown Minneapolis today.
World economists want Wells Fargo to pay surcharge to protect taxpayers
At the G20 summit in France Friday, the world's leading financial group endorsed a move that would have Wells Fargo pay a surcharge based on their assets to protect taxpayers in case the bank fails.
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