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The Minnesota Commerce Department is warning people to be careful paying at the pump. The department put out a news release saying criminals may be using credit card skimmers – small electronic...
January 28, 2016
A Minnesota sheriff’s deputy has been charged after police say he stole from a law enforcement prescription drug drop-off box and took toys from a toy drive. Travis Sebring, 33, of Grove City...
The inventor previously sued 3M making a similar claim in 1997.
A Twin Cities man has been imprisoned and ordered to pay the State of Minnesota $3 million in restitution after bringing illegal tobacco into the state and selling it. U.S. States Attorney Andrew...
January 23, 2016
Investing in broadband Internet, transportation, job creation and property tax relief are among House Democrats’ goals this legislative session. House DFL leader Paul Thissen and other DFL...
January 19, 2016
It’s the return of everyone’s favorite time of the year – tax filing season! (In case you didn’t know, I was being sarcastic). Yes, starting Tuesday, taxpayers will have just...
If you have some spare time this weekend, you could brush up on some of Minnesota’s new laws that became active on January 1. The Pioneer Press notes that lawmakers sometimes wait until the...
January 02, 2016
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says a woman serving prison time for defrauding the state’s Medical Assistance program led family and friends in a new round of fraud. Swanson...
December 30, 2015
The Maplewood-based manufacturer claims XPEL copied a paint protection film product and “targeted” dealers located in Minnesota.
Prosecutors believe he used the money for “personal expenses” and “to make Ponzi-type payments.”
December 23, 2015
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