MN COVID patient dies after being transferred to Texas amid ventilator lawsuit
Scott Quiner, of Buffalo, was 55 years old.
MN bar owner who defied COVID orders, missed court date gets jail sentence
Lisa Hanson ran The Interchange in Albert Lea.
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.
State officials push for shortened sentences for some elderly inmates
A bill introduced in the state Legislature would allow elderly inmates to apply for shortened sentences if they show evidence of rehabilitation.
In court filings, Trump lawyers confuse Michigan with Minnesota
This comes amid ongoing legal battles over the election.
AG Ellison sues landlords for trying to evict tenant during peacetime emergency
The lawsuit is against two landlords of a Roseville property.
Northern Metal Recycling scores partial victory in court ruling
They can now resume operations at their Minneapolis plant.
MN Supreme Court hears arguments for St. Paul trash collection lawsuit
Residents have sued the city over a centralized trash collection system.
MN Supreme Court finds body cavity search unconstitutional in drug case
The case comes from an incident with the Minneapolis police in 2015.
Owners of Minneapolis adult daycare charged with tax evasion
Two owners falsified financial documents, federal authorities say.
Ramsey County, Plymouth school face discipline in sex harassment cases
The two cases involve Ramsey County and West Lutheran High School in Plymouth.
Marijuana legalization bills are officially proposed in Minnesota
Companion bills have been put forward in the House and the Senate.
Ill-tempered end to anti-marijuana press conference in St. Paul
The press conference at the Capitol descended into a shouting match.
Could Minnesota be next in line for legal marijuana?
Michigan voted for it, North Dakota against it, could Minnesota be asked next?
Canada is now Minnesotans' closest source of legal marijuana
Canada is just the 2nd nation to approve a nationwide regulated pot market.
North Dakota could vote on legalizing marijuana this November
It legalized medicinal marijuana in 2016.
Marvel Comics looking into whether a Minnesota hard cider violates Thor trademark
The Minnesota company says their product has nothing to do with comics.
Savanna Greywind's family hires high-powered celebrity attorney as legal counsel
The suspects in her homicide have also entered pleas.
Court: Jimmy John's was right to fire workers over 'poster attack'
Monday's decision overturned previous rulings