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Archdiocese Gets More Time to Produce Documents

A judge has given the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and the Diocese of Winona more time to turn over thousands of documents on priests accused of child sexual abuse.

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Aaron Heuer, Otter Tail County Jail
Aaron Heuer, Otter Tail County Jail
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Ex Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Deputy Pleads Guilty to Sex Charges

A former Mille Lacs County sheriff's deputy could face 33 years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually abusing several boys.

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Former Minnesota Teacher Convicted of Abusing Student

A jury deliberated less than four hours before convicting a former Stewartville elementary school teacher of sexually abusing a student.

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Bishop Donald Kettler, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Bishop Donald Kettler, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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St. Cloud Bishop Releases Names of 33 Accused Priests

A day after a Sartell man filed a lawsuit against the Diocese of St. Cloud, Bishop Donald Kettler has decided to release the names of those accused of sexual abuse of minors.

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Robert Ethen (center) along with Attorney's Mike Bryant (left) and Jeff Anderson (right) have filed a sex-abuse lawsuit against the Diocese of St. Cloud. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Robert Ethen (center) along with Attorney's Mike Bryant (left) and Jeff Anderson (right) have filed a sex-abuse lawsuit against the Diocese of St. Cloud. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Sartell Man Brings Sex-Abuse Lawsuit to St. Cloud Diocese [AUDIO]

A Sartell man who says he was sexually abused by a priest in the mid-1960's is filing a lawsuit against the Diocese of St. Cloud.

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Duluth Diocese Releases Names of Accused Priests

The Diocese of Duluth has released the names of 17 priests whom it says were credibly accused of sexual abuse.

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Rochester Man Sues Boy Scouts Over Alleged Abuse

A Rochester man who alleges he was molested by a Boy Scout leader in the 1970s is suing the Scouts.

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Seth Tisue, Flickr
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Abbey Spokesman: Accused Member No Longer Active

A spokesman for St. John's Abbey says he can't address the central claim in a new lawsuit accusing abbey officials of allowing a member to continue teaching long after he was accused of sexual abuse.

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Plea Deal for Stearns County Deputy Accused of Sexual Abuse

A Stearns County sheriff's deputy has reached a plea deal on charges that he sexually abused three teenagers. Sergeant Phil Meemken reached the deal today as jury selection was scheduled to begin for his trial in Anoka County.

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Attorney: All Youth Coaches Must Report Abuse

An attorney with the state court system says all Minnesota youth coaches are legally required to report incidents of child abuse and neglect.

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