A federal jury found Minnetonka-based Michael Foods infringed on three patents of Illinois-based National Pasteurized Eggs involving pasteurized shell egg production. Twin Cities Business reports jurors also determined three of Michael Foods' patents were invalid. The company says it is "“surprised and disappointed with the jury’s verdict" and is considering an appeal.
Campsites closed at Voyageurs National Park due to 'historic' water levels
All backcountry trails and campsites are closed, as well as many frontcountry sites.
Lawmakers reach agreement on tax cuts ahead of session's end
Lawmakers announced they had reached a deal on a tax bill Saturday ahead of the looming session deadline.
Victims of daytime drive-by shooting in Robbinsdale identified
The two men died after a hail of bullets struck a vehicle.
Source of 'loud explosion' in Brooklyn Park a mystery
The noise was investigated by police, but no source could be determined.
COVID: All Americans over 50 advised to get a second booster
Cases, hospitalizations and deaths are on the rise again as new COVID variants emerge.
2 Minnesotans inducted into White Castle's Hall of Fame
White Castle — it's what a man in Minneapolis and another in Woodbury, crave.
Video shows officers ended pursuit before fatal crash in Anoka
The crash occurred when the driver fled police during an attempted traffic stop in Coon Rapids.
6-year-old Eli Hart identified as boy found dead in car trunk
The kindergartner's father was trying to get full custody of his son.
Boy found dead in trunk of car in Mound was kindergartner
"It is horrifying and difficult to process a tragedy of this magnitude, especially in our close-knit community," the superintendent wrote.
Man found yelling for help after being shot in Minneapolis
The shooting occurred on the 800 block of Elwood Avenue North at around 9:15 p.m.
Minneapolis North principal says she was fired, district says otherwise
“MPS requires schools to follow protocols in times like that and I did not,” Friestleben said.
Deliberations resume in Amy Senser case
Jurors recessed Tuesday night after more than four hours of deliberating without reaching a verdict in Amy Senser's vehicular homicide case. The jury resumed deliberations Wednesday morning. The twelve men and women are deciding whether the wife of former Viking Joe Senser knew she hit a person on a Minneapolis freeway exist ramp last August. The jurors are being sequestered until they reach a verdict.
Michael Foods recalls eggs sold in Minnesota, other states
Michael Foods, headquartered in Minnetonka, is recalling hard-cooked eggs sold in 10- and 25-pound pails for institutional use. The company says the product may be contaminated with Listeria, which can severe sickness or even death for those with weakened immune systems.
Defense rests in Amy Senser hit-and-run trial, closing arguments to follow
Deliberations could begin Tuesday afternoon and jurors will be sequestered until they reach a verdict. A retired State Patrol investigator was the last witness to testify Tuesday morning in Sener's criminal vehicular homicide trial. She is charged with three counts in the death of Anousone Phanthavong. The Roseville man was standing by his car on a freeway exit ramp in Minneapolis last August when he was struck and killed.
Jurors begin third day of deliberations in Amy Senser fatal hit-and-run trial
The jury spent more than a dozen hours Wednesday behind closed doors without reaching a verdict. They have to decide whether Amy Senser knew she hit and killed someone with her SUV last August. She is facing three felony charges of criminal vehicular homicide. Deliberations began Tuesday afternoon.
Amy Senser's attorney subpoenas TV station for interviews with jurors
The subpoena demands KARE 11 to turn over "raw audio and video footage of interviews with jurors" after a verdict was reached in the fatal hit-and-run trial. Senser was convicted of criminal vehicular homicide and her attorney is working on an appeal. She will be sentenced July 9.
Jury note emerges in Senser's hit-and-run case
Before Amy Senser's guilty verdicts were delivered in court last week, jurors asked the judge to read a note in court. It said, "We believe, she believed she hit a car or a vehicle and not a person." The note was entered into the case docket, but not read out loud.
KSTP ordered to pay $1 million to holistic healer in defamation suit
The Star Tribune reports the jury's reward could be the largest verdict ever in a defamation lawsuit. KSTP had reported that a holistic healer from Hudson had "de-prescribed" an anti-anxiety medication to a patient, who later told KSTP she tried to commit suicide as a result. The lawsuit says the patient's own doctor had taken her off the medication and that there was no record of a suicide attempt. An attorney says the TV station will likely appeal the verdict.
Minn. food companies roll out the dough to defeat California labeling law
Golden Valley-based General Mills Inc. has spent more than $1.1 million to convince Californians to vote against Proposition 37 -- a new law that would require food manufacturers to label products containing genetically modified ingredients, the Star Tribune reports.
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