The state Supreme Court rejected a man's claim that "first-void" urine samples are inaccurate because they contain urine that has "pooled" in the driver's bladder over time and therefore don't reflect the actual blood-alcohol content level.
Ingram's clutch 3-pointer thwarts Ant's fourth-quarter rally
Anthony Edwards went off in the fourth quarter but Brandon Ingram capped off a big night with a win.
19 years in prison for Plymouth man who produced child porn
He used Instagram and other programs to exploit minors.
Sled dog team hit by snowmobile in hit-and-run in Wisconsin
One dog had to have surgery after breaking his leg in three places.
Southern Minnesota city named most stunning small town in MN
And it ranks No. 42 out of 50 on the ranking of each state's stunning towns.
Suspect steals keys from woman at Wayzata school, drives off in her car
It happened during a basketball game at Wayzata East Middle School in Plymouth.
Defense attorney sentenced to workhouse for swindling client
She told the client he was facing 15-20 years in prison unless he stumped up more cash.
Mike Zimmer's Vikings tenure was pockmarked by disputes with staff
Mike Zimmer's "my way or the highway" approach didn't work out in the end.
Walz announces $200 reward for families who get kids aged 5-11 vaccinated
It's the latest incentive program launched by the State of Minnesota.
Hockey community rallies around player who's fighting cancer
They sent him off with a show of support on Sunday.
Tesla commits to buying nickel from proposed Minnesota mine
The mine has yet to go through the permitting process.
High court rules for families in newborn blood handling case
Parents are right to question what happens to blood samples taken from newborn babies. That’s the direction from the Minnesota Supreme Court that ruled in favor of families suing over the state Department of Health.
Alleged clergy abuse victim speaks out after after Supreme Court rejects case
Alleged clergy abuse victim James Keenan is speaking out after the Minnesota Supreme Court rejected his lawsuit against Diocese of Winona and the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis over a statute of limitations. Keenan claimed he was molested by a pastor in Apple Valley in the 1980s, but repressed his memory of it until six years ago when he filed the suit.
MN Supreme Court rejects repressed memory argument in abuse case
A man from Savage says he was abused by a priest during the 1980's. He filed his lawsuit after the statute of limitations was up, but argued the court should hear the case because he had only recently recovered the repressed memories. The court rejected the argument, writing that the theory of repressed memory is unproven.
Christopher & Banks rejects buyout
Aria Partners last Tuesday offered to buy Christopher & Banks for $1.75 per share, 51 percent more than the Plymouth-based company's stock closing price. The company rejected the deal Friday, suggesting that the "proposal does not reflect the full, long-term value stockholders are expected to receive from continued focus on the current strategy."
State's top court to decide validity of repressed memories in sex abuse case
A man claims he was abused by a priest decades ago, but he's filing the lawsuit outside the statute of limitations. His attorney argues that he had repressed the memories of the abuse, so he wouldn't have been able to bring the case at the time. The state's supreme court is trying to determine whether repressed memories are scientifically valid. If so, the case could open up the church to more sex abuse claims.
Cell phone tower alongside BWCA is a go after Supreme Court rejects case
The Minnesota Supreme Court refused to hear a case involving construction of a 450-foot cell phone tower just outside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Critics of the plan argued the blinking tower would mar the scenery of the federal wilderness area. But an appeals court sided with AT&T, which will now move ahead with the tower.
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