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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has signed paperwork to enter a not guilty plea in connection to the felony child abuse charge he faces in Texas, according to the New York Daily News...
October 13, 2014
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has settled a clergy abuse lawsuit that was scheduled to go to trial in just a few weeks. Lawyers for the archdiocese, the Diocese of Winona and the...
The files of 14 priests who served in the Winona Diocese and were credibly accused of sexual abuse were released to the public Tuesday, along with documents that show the bishop of Winona is...
October 07, 2014
A new lawsuit filed by a Medtronic shareholder challenges the company’s plan to cover additional taxes its CEO and other top executives would face as part of the medical device maker’s...
October 06, 2014
The Supreme Court Monday turned away appeals from five states that sought to prohibit gay marriage. The high court rejected appeals from Wisconsin, Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah and Virginia, which means...
Petters investors agreed to pay $322 million to a trustee in order to settle a lawsuit that had sought $3.2 billion in damages, Bloomberg Businesweek reports. Douglas A. Kelley, a trustee assigned...
October 04, 2014
If you paid for certain identity theft protection services from U.S. Bank, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says you may not have actually received those services – and you may even be owed...
September 25, 2014
An auto repair business in the Twin Cities is likely closing its doors, but it’s not for lack of business. As a matter of fact, business has been quite good — it just has little to do...
September 24, 2014
The former owner of a Georgia peanut company was convicted Friday of criminal charges related to a salmonella outbreak that killed nine people, including three Minnesotans. The Associated Press...
September 19, 2014
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