Wells Fargo announced it is canceling a proposed monthly fee of $3 for debit card users. The bank, which controls 36% of Twin Cities banking transactions, made the decision after receiving negative customer feedback.
Boy, 6, run over after falling off trailer in Meeker Co. tree farm accident
He was airlifted to Hennepin County Medical Center with internal injuries.
Target unveils deals for 2-day 'Cyber Monday' event
The promotion kicks off Sunday, November 28.
Edina police warn of recent burglary trend targeting garages and vehicles
The Edina Police Department is increasing patrols in affected neighborhoods in response to the trend.
Paynesville man dies 6 months after being electrocuted in tree-cutting accident
Brad Kneisl was 31 years old.
Charges: Man shot Uber Eats driver making a delivery in Cottage Grove
Otis Donnell Shipp was charged with second-degree attempted murder after turning himself in on Wednesday.
Waterfront hotel in Duluth sustains damage in kitchen fire
Authorities estimate the damage at around $75,000.
Large groups of thieves target 2 Twin Cities Best Buys on Black Friday
It bears similarities to the flash-mob style thefts seen recently in California.
Timberwolves' winning streak snapped at five games
The Wolves' bid for their longest winning streak since 2014 came up short.
Teen arrested over fatal shooting of 5-year-old boy in Brooklyn Park
Police say the teen was filming a social media video while handling a gun.
President Biden coming to Minnesota to promote Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Tuesday's trip follows passage of the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal.
Kaprizov gets into the holiday spirit to rout Jets
Kirill Kaprizov's four points led the Wild to a 7-1 victory.
Coller: Cure to Vikings' disrupted season lies in an explosive passing game
The Vikings go to San Francisco knowing that a win would be a huge boost to their playoff hopes.
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.
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.
Minnesotans flock to credit unions in response to bank dissatisfaction
The Credit Union National Association says 10,200 Minnesotans have joined credit unions in the last month. Both Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank have taken criticism for their efforts to charge monthly debit card fees.
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.
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.
Consumer watchdogs question Minn. colleges' contract with debit card co.
Minnesota State Colleges and universities are being scrutinized by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group over a contract with private financial company Higher One. The consumer watchdog claims Higher One pushes students into using debit cards with sneaky fees that "eat up students' financial aid awards."
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