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Chauvin will be tried separately in George Floyd's death

Chauvin's trial will begin March 8. The trial of the other former offices will begin in August.

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Judge: Alibi Drinkery will be fined $3K for every day it stays open

The Lakeville bar reopened in mid-December and has been the subject of several actions by the state for defying orders.

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Here's what questions potential jurors in George Floyd death case are being asked

Potential jurors will be asked about a host of issues, including their feelings about the Minneapolis Police Department and Black Lives Matter.

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Owner of Waseca travel agency charged with wire fraud

Harald Schumacher allegedly misappropriated nearly $500,000 in commissions owed to travel agents he worked with.

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Judge: Former cops in Floyd case will be tried together in Hennepin County

Judge Peter Cahill issued some big rulings on Wednesday night.

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AG Ellison seeks removal of Otto Bremer Trust trustees

The attorney general filed petitions in court this week to have the three trustees removed immediately.

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Derek Chauvin's attorney objects to gag order in George Floyd case

The attorney argues that it's unfair for Chauvin to be gagged even though he has not commented publicly on the case.

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Court imposes gag order on ex-officers, attorneys in George Floyd case

It comes after some attorneys gave interviews following a release of files on Wednesday.

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Judge: Stop talking about the George Floyd case or trial could be moved

The officers charged in George Floyd's death appeared in court Monday.

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Corporate divorce: Creating leverage for the victimized shareholder

Hellmuth & Johnson provides guidance on messy business breakups.

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Northern Metal Recycling scores partial victory in court ruling

They can now resume operations at their Minneapolis plant.

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Judge: MN county broke law by detaining, transferring immigrants to ICE

The immigrants were detained even after they had earned their release.

Minneapolis landlord Stephen Frenz found guilty of perjury

He invented three fictional tenants in a scheme to avoid a lawsuit.

Duluth officer fired for excessive force should be reinstated, court rules

The officer was fired after he dragged a handcuffed man through a skywalk in 2017.

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Federal court sides with MN couple who refuse to film same-sex weddings

The husband-and-wife videographers are attempting to sue the state.

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DNR to appeal ruling on Bde Maka Ska–Calhoun name change

The Court of Appeals has ruled the name change illegal.

Court of Appeals rules Lake Calhoun-Bde Maka Ska name change illegal

It says the DNR commissioner didn't have the power to change the name.

Man pleads guilty to pulling gun on teens at McDonald's

The incident was captured on video and shared to social media.

Jayme Closs: Here's what happened at Jake Patterson's court hearing

The suspect had his second hearing since being charged with the abduction of the 13 year old.

Low-income suspects to get free rides to court under Minneapolis pilot

It's designed to reduce arrest warrants for failure to appear in court.

Jayme Closs accused Jake Patterson makes first court appearance

Jake Patterson had his first court hearing to answer homicide and kidnapping charges.

One of three men who kidnapped Alexandria teen sentenced

The girl managed to escape after 29 days in captivity.

Judge awards $17M to sex assault victim of Wetterling killer

Jared Scheierl was abducted 9 months before Jacob Wetterling.

'Climate necessity defense' to be used in Duluth protest case

Three are on trial for an act of civil disobedience.