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Cub Foods owner Supervalu hacked, data breach investigated

Check your card statement. Minnesota consumers could have had their financial information stolen in a broadscale hacking scheme involving Eden Prairie-based Supervalu grocery stores. Supervalu, which owns the Cub Foods says stores in Minnesota and several other states were affected.

Judge orders accused cop killer Brian Fitch held without bail

The man accused of killing a Mendota Heights police officer made his first court appearance on Friday dressed in a hospital gown, handcuffed to a wheel chair with a cast on one arm. A Dakota County Judge ordered Brian Fitch to be held without bail on a probation violation. He is facing two counts of first-degree murder and several other charges in Dakota County.

KARE 11 morning anchor Tim McNiff says goodbye

After more than two decades on the job, KARE 11 morning news anchor Tim McNiff said goodbye to the station on Friday. McNiff, who began in the sports department at the station before co-anchoring "KARE 11 Sunrise" with Kim Insley, is moving on to the media relations firm Media Minefield.

Young stowaway back with parents, no longer under court supervision

The young boy who evaded security at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and hopped a Delta flight to Las Vegas has been released from court oversight and is back with his parents. The Hennepin County Attorney announced that a final court hearing for the boy was held Tuesday in Hennepin County District Court.

Oh deer: 2-year-old spots buck statue missing for months, gets reward

Busby Big Buck hadn't been seen in months. The well-known life-size deer sculpture that stands proudly bolted outside Bemidji Woolen Mills was stolen in March. An observant 2-year-old named Tanner Zothman noticed Busby laying in a ditch near Bungashing Creek.

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