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Minnesota AG: 12 Drug Companies Added to Price-Fixing Suit
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says 12 pharmaceutical companies have been added to a price-fixing lawsuit.
No Charges Against Ex-FBI Agent in Reno Clash With Minnesota Sheriff
Nevada prosecutors say no charges will be filed against a former FBI agent turned speaker who got into a scuffle with a Minnesota sheriff this summer.
Ex-St. Catherine Guard Pleads Guilty to Falsifying Shooting
A former security guard at St. Catherine University who accidentally shot himself and blamed a made-up black man has pleaded guilty to falsely reporting a crime.
Settlement Reached in Minnesota Family Business Lawsuit
Relatives feuding for control of one of the largest family-owned businesses in Minneapolis have reached a settlement that resolves several lawsuits.
Longtime WCCO Radio Personality Roger Erickson Dies at 89
Longtime WCCO Radio personality Roger Erickson has died. He was 89.
Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping Woman
A Minnesota man accused of trying to abduct a stranger has pleaded guilty to criminal charges just as his trial was about to begin.
Three Prince Heirs Ask Judge to Remove Estate Administrator
Three heirs of Prince are asking a judge to remove the company that is managing his estate.
2 Brothers Who Died in Hunting Trailer Fire Identified
Authorities in northern Minnesota have identified two brothers who died in a hunting trailer fire.
Minnesota Residents Turn to Motels to Avoid Homelessness
Officials from an eastern Minnesota county say there's been a surge of people on the brink of homelessness turning to motels for long-term shelter.
Deadline Looms for Farmers, Landowners to Have Buffer Strips
Gov. Mark Dayton and state water officials are reminding farmers and landowners of Wednesday's deadline to install water quality buffers.