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Walmart Sets Age of 21 to Buy Firearms, Ammunition
Walmart announced Wednesday that it will no longer sell firearms and ammunition to people younger than 21 and would also remove items resembling assault-style rifles from its website.
GOP Mum on Whether They’ll Pay for MNLARS Fixes
The state's troubled new computer system for processing vehicle registrations is approaching a deadline for emergency funding with no certainty the Republican-controlled Legislature is willing to pay.
Twins Finalize $6.5 Million Deal With Power Hitter Morrison
The Minnesota Twins and designated hitter Logan Morrison finalized a $6.5 million, one-year contract that includes a 2019 club option that can become guaranteed.
Democrat Forces Sudden Hearing on Gun Legislation
Bills that would restrict gun access are coming up for a sudden vote before a Minnesota House committee.
Minnesota Girls’ High School Basketball Rankings
The Minnesota girls' high school basketball rankings, as provided by Minnesota Basketball News, a statewide basketball publication.
Judge Upholds $15 Minimum Wage Ordinance in Minneapolis
A Hennepin District Court judge has ruled that that a new minimum wage ordinance in Minneapolis is valid, ending the first major legal challenge of the plan since it was passed in June.
Supreme Court: Man Who Killed As A Teenager to be Resentenced
The case of a Minnesota man who was 16 when he and an accomplice killed a mother and son in Minneapolis is being sent back to a lower court for resentencing.
Lawsuit Dismissed Over St. John’s Student Suspension
St. John's University and a suspended student have agreed to dismiss a lawsuit that alleged he was unfairly punished for a sexual encounter with a female student from the partnering College of St. Benedict.
Class Action Status Granted in Title IX Lawsuit
A judge has broadened the scope of a lawsuit filed by female student athletes who claim St. Cloud University has offered more opportunities for men in athletics than for women.
Minnesota Has $329 Million Budget Surplus
Minnesota lawmakers have $329 million budget surplus for the year. Wednesday's update on the state's financial standing will be welcome news to state lawmakers who had previously been warned of a small budget shortfall.