Five men now sentenced in connection to string of St. Paul carjackings
A sixth defendant has also been charged and is in custody.
Brooklyn Park man gets prison sentence for arson during 2020 riots
Samuel Elliot Frey pleaded guilty to setting fire to a St. Paul health store.
Ex-council member pleads guilty to stock manipulation scheme
Mark Allen Miller pleaded guilty alongside one other man to conspiracy to commit security fraud in U.S. District Court.
Man indicted for allegedly making death threats to Hennepin Co. employees
Peter Robert Berry was also indicted and charged for possessing firearms as a felon.
Health care workers suing over vaxx mandates ordered to ID themselves
A federal judge issued the order Tuesday, and gave them until the end of the week.
Federal jury finds man guilty of forcing women into prostitution in Bloomington
He was arrested at a Bloomington hotel in 2019.
Member of the 'Boogaloo Bois' pleads guilty to trying to incite a riot at MPD precinct
Ivan Hunter could be seen on video shooting a semiautomatic rifle into the precinct on May 28 of 2020.
19-year-old charged alongside Anton Lazzaro pleads not guilty
She's accused of helping the GOP operative traffic underage girls.
Judge overturns death penalty for man who killed Dru Sjodin
The judge has ordered a new sentencing hearing for Alfonso Rodriguez Jr.
Three Native Mob gang members sentenced for meth distribution, assault
The three were sentenced in U.S. District Court Wednesday.
Man who threatened to kill police and politicians pleads guilty to firearms charge
Charles Sauke, 22, pleaded guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm in federal court.
Minneapolis man convicted of 'brazen' shooting in broad daylight
The shooting took place at a gas station near Lowry Avenue and Logan Avenue North in Minneapolis.
Canadian police officer charged with abusing children on MN Indian reservation
The abuse allegedly happened in 2017.
Man charged with murder of Red Lake police officer Ryan Bialke
David Brian Donnell Jr. opened fire on officers responding to a call on Tuesday.
Ex-St. Paul cop gets 6 years in prison for kicking man, allowing K-9 to bite him
The officer kicked a man and allowed a K-9 to bite him during an arrest in 2016.
11 more people charged in massive magazine scam plead guilty
In total, 63 people from across the U.S. were charged in what prosecutors called the "largest elder fraud scheme in the nation."
Bracing for security threats, federal courthouses closing in Minnesota
Security is also being ramped up at the state capitol.
Self-proclaimed Boogaloo Bois member pleads guilty to terrorism charge
Prosecutors said the North Carolina man traveled to Minnesota during the unrest following George Floyd's killing.
Trial postponed for alleged Bloomington mosque bomber after juror gets COVID-19
The trial for Michael Hari will resume Mov. 30.
Fired Cowboy Jack's worker who robbed manager sentenced to 17 years
Prosecutors say he was arrested in Louisiana after fleeing MN.
Federal courts in Minnesota are suspending jury trials until next year
This decision applies to jury trials that have yet to commence.
Rep. Angie Craig wins legal victory in fight over special election
She argues that the election should happen on Nov. 3.
Woman sentenced to prison in scheme to defraud Twin Cities nonprofit of $684K
She and 12 others have been sentenced in connection to the years-long scheme.