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Minnesota Supreme Court upholds state's 'revenge porn' laws

The Court of Appeals had previously found the state's laws regarding nonconsensual sharing of explicit content to be unconstitutional.

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MN Supreme Court dismisses attempt to block election certification

Another legal defeat for Republicans challenging the election.

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Hennepin County will eliminate bail system for certain non-violent crimes

The reform is backed by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.

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Minneapolis man sentenced to 30 years for death in robbery gone wrong

James Moore was sentenced in the death of Malik Smith.

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Native Mob member sentenced for drug trafficking, firearm charges

Tevin Jay Maurstad of Minneapolis was sentenced to 270 months in prison on Wednesday.

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Boy mistaken for 'masked predator' in Eagan park sentenced to chores

A boy who was mistaken for an "adult predator" at an Eagan public park has

West metro man sentenced after drunken stabbing, home invasion

Paul Youngstedt was charged with using a fish knife to stab a woman.

MN Supreme Court finds body cavity search unconstitutional in drug case

The case comes from an incident with the Minneapolis police in 2015.

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MN Supreme Court Justice to step down after Parkinson's diagnosis

Associate Justice David Lillehaug will not seek re-election.

Children's Theater Company found negligent in sex abuse case

A jury has reached a verdict on abuse that happened at the theater in the 1980s.

2 sentenced for roles in slaying of St. Paul police officer's son

The cases of three more suspects are still pending.

Murder trial begins for Lucifer Nguyen

He's accused of a crime spree that includes the killing of Beverly Cory.

Man indicted for 1st degree murder over grandparents' deaths

He's accused of strangling and suffocating the elderly pair.

Climate activists want to use the 'necessity defense,' but what is it?

Activists say breaking into an oil company's property was about preventing global warming.

Jacob Wetterling files must be released, judge rules

Jacob's parents say some of the documents are an invasion of privacy.

Minnesotan not guilty of UW-Stout student's murder

But he was found guilty of aggravated battery.

After complaint, Hibbing Courthouse takes down a Ten Commandments plaque

The Freedom from Religion group says the county made the right decision.