The company's lawsuit claims the voting system suppressed free speech and hurt its business relationships.
The brewery was playing their own version of the game, which violated trademark laws, a judge recently ruled.
The couple behind Schram Vineyards Winery and Brewery is opening AxeBridge Wine Company in Minneapolis' North Loop neighborhood.
The lawsuit claims Lindell knowingly spread false claims about the voting system in order to sell more pillows.
Roads were covered in snow and ice at the time of the crash.
The family got out safely, but their dog died in the fire.
Even the youngest learnings are shifting to full-time distance learning.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is taking extra precautions to keep people safe during the pandemic.
And it's very likely that smell is actually poop.
Scream Town's nearby haunted hayride will be a drive-through this year
The female victim wasn't seriously injured, police said.
He says Gov. Tim Walz is the one who is spreading misinformation.
All layoffs will take effect on Aug. 18, 2020.
A nationwide warrant has been issued for his arrest.
The suspect was shot in the hand and leg.
It's the latest in a series of racist incidents involving the school in recent years.
The snowmobiler tried to cross Hwy. 169 and was struck by a vehicle.
The woman had her dog with her when she was last seen.
The three games will be played in September.
The dramatic scenes unfolded on Tuesday evening.
He has represented Carver County since 2016.
The cuts will affect Gedney's Chaska pickling plant.
The discovery is delaying the distribution of the yearbooks.
The two Shakopee women died in the early hours of Oct. 13.