The New York Times reports investment firms are jockeying to buy claims off thousands of MF Global customers, which includes many Minnesota farmers. Most of those offers are for 90 percent of face value. It could spell a big change in fortune for Minnesota's farmers and agricultural business owners, many of whom had large accounts on the books with the commodities firm when it collapsed.
Charges: Minneapolis man shot victim in back and head, told police it was an intruder
The suspect initially reported the incident as a home invasion.