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Minnesota Wineries’ Lawsuit Over Source of Grapes Dismissed
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by two Minnesota wineries over a law that restricts the source of grapes they can use.
Report: North Dakota School Might Have ‘Rape Game’ Culture
Poor policies, training, and supervision at a North Dakota high school where alleged hazing led to charges against five boys might have contributed to a culture that allowed misconduct including possible sexual assaults for several years, according to a Minneapolis law firm that conducted an invest…
Minnesota DNR Proposes 10-Year Deer Management Plan
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has proposed a new 10-year plan to manage the state's deer population.
Appeals Court: Cop’s Reinstatement Violated Public Policy
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says an arbitrator's decision to reinstate a Richfield police officer who failed to report that he shoved a driver is a violation of public policy and should be reversed.
GOP Outfit Plans $2.3 Million Campaign in Minnesota Governor’s Race
The Republican Governors Association is planning a $2.3 million advertising buy for the Minnesota governor's race just days after former Gov. Tim Pawlenty entered.
Church Sues St. Paul Over Homeless Shelter Restrictions
A St. Paul church is suing the city in federal court over strict conditions on a drop-in day center for homeless and low-income residents.
Man Who Shot at La Crescent Police Officers Sentenced
A Kellogg man who shot at La Crescent police officers and then led law enforcement on a high-speed chase has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Minneapolis Pizza Delivery Man Recovering After Being Shot
A pizza delivery man is recovering after being shot during a suspected robbery. The man was found slumped on the sidewalk about 8 p.m. Thursday with a gunshot wound to the head area.
Authorities ID Driver Who Died in Minnetonka Police Chase
Authorities ID driver who died in Minnetonka police chase. The Minnesota State Patrol identifies the man as David Phillip Baxter of Montrose.
Minnesota Center for Abused, Neglected Children to Expand
A Minneapolis center that serves abused and neglected children is expanding to meet a growing need for services fueled by the opioid epidemic and increased recognition of abuse.