The University of Minnesota is suing the four largest wireless carriers in the U.S. over alleged patent infringement. The university contends AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are illegally using technology developed by a university professor to improve speed and reliability of 4G wireless-data service.
Minnesota health officials say they're currently monitoring 48 recently arrived travelers as part of their new program to watch for signs of Ebola. The Department of Health says it's contacting another 12 travelers to set up monitoring.
The mother of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's son says she supports a plea deal that gave Peterson probation on a charge of abusing the boy. Peterson acknowledged using a wooden switch to discipline his 4-year-old son earlier this year.
Minnesota House Republicans will come into next year's legislative session with a majority and a tiny bit of breathing room. Their victories Tuesday propelled the party to control and ended a short stint of one-party Democratic rule at the Capitol.
Rep. Rick Nolan has fended off a strong GOP challenger to hold onto Minnesota's 8th District in what was among the most expensive congressional races in the country. He beat Fleet Farm scion and political newcomer Stewart Mills to win a second term of his second stint in Congress.
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