Minneapolis police are investigating after a number of consumer complaints. The Pioneer Press reports police searched the company's offices and took files and other information.
After 3-month delay, newest Twin Cities Raising Cane's opens
The restaurant was originally scheduled to open in October.
Armed man robs Twin Cities thrift store, flees in carjacked pickup
He pulled out a handgun shortly after chatting with the cashier about his scarf.
Gallery: Pagoda-inspired home on Lake Pepin for sale for $2M
The home has 425 feet of private shoreline on the Mississippi River.
Walz proposes legalizing marijuana in massive supplemental budget
It's among the provisions in his "Budget to Move Minnesota Forward."
Photos reveal damage from gunshots to Minneapolis snowplow
A hydraulic line and three tires were damaged in the shooting.
Minneapolis schools confirm return to in-person teaching Monday
The school district shifted to online learning almost two weeks ago as rising COVID cases led to staff and bus driver shortages.
Mineral leases for proposed Twin Metals mine near Boundary Waters canceled
A review by the DOI found "significant legal deficiencies" with the leases' 2019 renewal.
Reward to find person who left kittens to die in freezing WI cold
The cats were thrown from a vehicle, according to a witness.
Charges: Man led police on multi-city pursuit in stolen Metro Mobility bus
The bus had been left unattended with the keys inside when it was stolen.
Charges: Man fatally shot mother of his child during argument
Officers found her on the ground outside the couple's home.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 26
More than 15,000 new cases in today's update.
List of the coldest wind chills in Minnesota Wednesday morning
The wind chill was as low at -38F in St. Paul.
Accretive files motion to dismiss lawsuit, says allegations are 'simply wrong'
The Chicago-based consulting firm wants a federal judge to throw out a second amended complaint filed by Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson after more patients came forward accusing the company of overly aggressive billing and collection tactics, the Pioneer Press reports. Accretive Health is accused of violating state and federal privacy laws, state debt collection laws and state consumer protection laws through its work with Minneapolis-based Fairview Health Services.
Man who allegedly lured police into trap charged with attempted murder
According to a criminal complaint, Marsenior Johnson told investigators "I wanted to hurt some cops." He's accused of making a false report of a robbery and then ambushing the Minneapolis Park Police officers who responded.
Thief allegedly sold library books from four counties to used bookstore
Authorities are still tabulating how many books may have sold by a woman who allegedly used aliases to obtain more library cards. Officials say many of the items were medical books. The bookstore is cooperating with the investigation.
Lawmaker questions police action during Gauthier investigation
An Andover lawmaker is questioning whether Duluth police broke the law by not providing public information during the investigation into Rep. Kerry Gauthier after he was involved in sexual conduct with a 17-year-old boy at a rest stop.
Court challenge of Sex Offender Program certified as class action
A case arguing that Minnesota's Sex Offender Program is unconstitutional is now a class action lawsuit. There are 600 offenders in the program. U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank ruled that considering each case separately would be a drain on resources.
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.
Rybak hears Occupy protesters' concerns about use of force in arrests
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and Police Chief Tim Dolan encouraged Occupy Minnesota demonstrators to provide any specific information they have about police brutality to the city. Rybak says an incident in which an officer knocked a television camera away from a news photographer appeared inappropriate. But he would not condemn the police department's actions during the arrests of 12 protesters Saturday.
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