CEO John Stumpf says the bank wants to lend more money but can’t due to a lack of confidence in the economy. The bank, with large operations in the Twin Cities, says they are lending at a pre-recession rate with half the demand.
60-year-old woman arrested after firing shots inside Spicer home
SWAT evacuated nearby residents during the incident.
Florida Georgia Line booked to play at the Minnesota State Fair
The band is the second country music act to be booked this year.
Isolated severe weather in Minnesota on Tuesday and Wednesday
Definitely not a slam dunk either day, but the chance is there.
Driver ejected in fatal crash on Shepard Road in St. Paul
The driver of a Dodge Ram was ejected and died at the scene.
'Stranger Things' star Joe Keery spotted at Minneapolis vintage shops
The Hollywood star is in Minnesota filming a new movie.
North Dakota's only abortion clinic relocating to Minnesota
A GoFundMe set up to help the clinic make the move to Minnesota has surpassed its $500,000 goal.
Deadly vehicle fire on Interstate 94 west of Fargo
The victim's age and name have not been released.
Overturning Roe v. Wade won't do a 'damn thing' to prevent abortions, Walz says
Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Saturday meant to protect abortion access in the state and people who come from out of state seeking one.
Man crossing Highway 13 in Burnsville fatally struck by driver
The victim is a 31-year-old man from Prior Lake.
Ruling requires Wells Fargo to face class action suit
A federal judge in St. Paul rules Well Fargo must face a group lawsuit for promoting a risky securities-lending program. The bank's lawyers say they will appeal.
Report: Wells Fargo, US Bank prey on low-income borrowers
The group Minnesotans for a Fair Economy claims bank fees on short-term loans are as bad or worse as those imposed by payday lenders.
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.
Senator asks why Wells Fargo is testing new fee while making record profits
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.
More than 150 Fargo jail inmates sickened, possibly from food
Cass County officials say the prisoners began showing flu-like symptoms after their Sunday evening meal of turkey chili casserole, cornbread and cookies.
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