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Eyota Market has languished in the founder's estate for too long
The estate of Vivian Maier alleged that her work had been misappropriated.
Sherri Jo Genkinger, 58, was relieved of her duties on Oct. 25 while the accusation of "some stolen or missing" mail is probed.
Southwest Coaches Inc., which employs 70 people, operates Marshall's school buses and offers charter tours and other travel services.
When Art Owen died of a heart attack on Oct. 27, he left a role as spiritual leader in the Prairie Island Indian Community that…
Students can get their start by designing and building bicycles.
Investigators still lack a "theory" in murder, kidnapping case.
The Village Board unanimously opposed the chain's recent petition to the Becker County Board that would allow it to build about 20 miles southwest of Detroit Lakes.
The majestic bluff overlooking Lake Pepin bridges two cultures.
Assaulted in 1989, he has sued man who killed Jacob Wetterling.
Feedlot issues remain, but family says it needs room to grow.
Suspect held after standoff that led to lockdown of schools, officer's injury.
A former Hopkins mayoral candidate with a hot temper and a penchant for making foul threats was convicted Friday of threatening to kill a federal…
Before Dan Barnett "retired" for the fourth and final time, he made sure his work would continue even after he was buried.
With the windows falling off, the city came close to condemning it.
Downpours have flooded streets in Rochester; a possible tornado was spotted near Albert Lea.
While the grants are just part of a mix of public assistance to rural communities across the state, they offer a financial boost to those struggling to hang on to residents and hoping to attract newcomers in an era when rural populations generally are declining.
Federal judge says Byron Smith's constitutional right to a public trial was denied, but rules that doing so did not violate federal law.
The charges stem from an elaborate scheme to seed the internet with porn and seek legal settlements from those who downloaded the copyrighted videos.
Appeals Court endorses Winona County law.
Felix Battles risked everything to join the Union Army.
Proceeds from a ball next month will go toward a $750,000 off-site facility that will provide more space for the center's bald and golden eagles and its red tail hawk.
Researchers say they've been surprised by the number of bear sightings in the Twin Cities and further south.
Kathleen Uradnik wants a federal court to declare that forced union representation is barred by recent Supreme Court decision.
The suspected killer, Eric J. Thomes, killed himself after an hourslong standoff as police closed in to arrest him.
The massive promontory rising 400 feet above the Mississippi River appears headed for a cleanup and a more dignified future.
Enbridge has already been "actively engaged" with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, county sheriffs and tribal police, an official said.
MnDOT closed the Hwy. 41 bridge and its approaches between Shakopee and Chaska.
He's accused of killing wife, her daughter after family quarrel.
Magistrate Judge found that Chad Lee Monson was a flight risk and posed a danger to the community.
James Kelso advocated ending support for immigrant and refugee students.
Mayo Clinic patient from Pequot Lakes is living "proof of concept" for doctor's efforts to advance the use of viruses as a way to target cancers.
Jamie Kelso, who once lived with former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, wants a voice in public schools, and is scheduled to appear with other candidates at a forum Tuesday evening.
Program has given about 15 immigrants help with startups
Pisanu "Pat" Sukhtipyaroge still faces state charges of labor trafficking and criminal sexual conduct.
St. Paul developer has big plans for the historic girls' academy.
WINONA, MINN. – When Fatima Said asked the City Council here to join a national move to embrace immigrants, refugees and all other newcomers,…
Suit claims Illinois medical staff could have done more to prevent later overdose.
The star's insistence on privacy may have kept help at bay.
Family has no basis in law to block the release — but the Wetterlings are seeking to change that.
An emergency landing in Moline, Ill., was the beginning of the end, and even those closest to him said they didn't know painkillers had taken over his life. A week later, he was dead.
Medical personnel said the boy suffered multiple injuries over a sustained period of time.
The records still could be released pursuant to the federal Freedom of Information Act.
The bodies of Wilbert and Gloria Scheel were found Thursday in their car on a rural road. Their grandson is in custody.
A U study begun in 2006 seeks its last appropriation.
A racial slur on a student's truck prompted the town's mayor to speak out and stimulated soul-searching in this predominantly white, but rapidly changing city.
Red Wing Shoe Co. culled through about 600 stories submitted by customers since fall, telling of how they wear their boots, and selected 32 of the tales to showcase in a new two-story "Wall of Honor" display, which opens Monday at the company's retail store in Red Wing.
An 18-year employee of Farm Merchantile allegedly used the money to gamble.
Legislators are asking why the state used no-bid process.
The superintendent says the messages sent to students on Snapchat and Facebook were related to an earlier incident at the school.
Long tradition of painting landmark overlooking city under new scrutiny.
Undercover officers trolled social media for suspects seeking to meet minors for sex.
A Stearns County judge must decide whether a state law on public records conflicts with constitutionally protected privacy rights.
They were on their way to United Hospital when their third child arrived.
Feds say Scott Luther bilked customers deals exceeding $1.5 million.
The owner of Royal Orchid allegedly promised to help a teenager from the Dominican Republic get a U.S. education, then forced him to work less than $1 an hour.
A second immigrant has accused Pisanu "Pat" Sukhtipyaroge of forcing him to work at his Twin Cities restaurants.
Federal authorities say a young man was lured from the Dominican Republic by the restaurant owner with promises of American schooling, but then found himself under a "debt bondage arrangement."
Judge upheld radio host Patrick Kiley's 20-year prison sentence.
A judge found insufficient evidence in Kandiyohi County, which led a Carver County prosecutor to drop charges there as well.
The plea bargain anticipates that attorney John Steele with cooperate with prosecutors against lawyer Paul Hansmeier, who has denied the charges.
The court-appointed receiver marshaling assets from Trevor Cook's fraud scheme immediately filed a notice that it would appeal the order dismissing the lawsuit.
Filings in Carver County District Court raised questions of conflicts of interest in the management of the estate.
The late musician's siblings say that a challenge to how Minnesota defines "family" is draining the estate.
Attorneys say court-approved procedure for establishing heirship violates equal protection clauses of Minnesota and U.S. constitutions
Lori Swanson has demanded information from Mylan about its pricing policies.
The Sartell man ripped off his employer, family and friends in two separate schemes.
A bitter feud with siblings led to audit and charges.
A pattern of unpaid bills, conflict with families.
The issue of whether Prince and Duane Nelson shared a father has become a multimillion-dollar question in the musician's estate case.
Despite recent attention on the city of St. Anthony, nearly every metro police department exhibits a racial disparity in its arrest rates, according to a Star Tribune analysis of recently released FBI Uniform Crime Reports data for serious crimes.
David Welliver admits misleading investors as he struggled increase the assets of his struggling mutual fund.
A special administrator overseeing Prince's estate says confidential documents at Henson & Efron could shed light on potential heirs.
St. Cloud man allegedly also stole over $330,000 in Ponzi scheme.
The state Supreme Court disbarred six lawyers and suspended the licenses of 47 others last year.