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An attorney for Richard Liu said the suit is without merit.
The city of Minneapolis has settled with landlords who bought 18 properties from Stephen Frenz.
Thirty-three criminal justice agencies arrested 11 over sex trafficking and 47 for soliciting a minor in undercover sting.
The group, which works to free people unjustly convicted, is expanding operations.
A prosecutor opposes expunging the criminal record of a 22-year-old Minneapolis woman who severely beat Mark Andrew in 2013 at the Mall of America.
Residents in buildings owned by embattled landlord raised $7,400.
Attorney William Butler, who once said Jesus consider tax collectors, "sinners," faces up to 5 years prison on each of two counts.
Landlord is facing felony perjury charges while trying to evict renters.
Landlord Andrew Ellis had been targeted by tenant protests as far back as 1976.
A Minneapolis landlord who has been in a legal battle with the city for years suffered another defeat at the state Court of Appeals on Monday.
While Minneapolis residents complain of delivery problems, Postal Service says it is "consistently reaching nearly all delivery points."
Marie Kemper, an Army nurse who lived through the horrors of war in the South Pacific during World War II, was proud of her service…
Despite cancer, AIM co-founder Clyde Bellecourt still leads charge for change
About 1,000 tenants in 18 buildings tied to Stephen Frenz are stuck in limbo as the case proceeds.
A study revealed that large numbers of the inmates overdose and die shortly after they are released from custody.
A homeowner who has a title that says the house cannot be sold to blacks may be able to repudiate it.
Accuser's attorney contends U officials ignored "sexually hostile environment."
In three decades, Emmett Eastman, 87, has missed only one Dakota 38+2 Run
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Friday that Chinese billionaire Richard Liu will not be charged with rape in connection with an incident involving a University of Minnesota student.
Dozens of Minneapolis tenants could get reprieve after referee overturns evictions sought by Stephen Frenz.
Mike Freeman said a police officer acted reasonably in shooting a knife-wielding 50-year-old man.
For 45 years, John and Marie Braun were inseparable, as a couple and as socially concerned Catholics and antiwar activists, protesting war, weapons production and…
Internal affairs investigators are examining the video for evidence about tree decorated with racist items.
The sort of "winter state fair" is expected to draw 250,000 to Minneapolis' Loring Park.
Twins officials say Jason Gabbert, who chases baseballs thrown to fans in stands, has been disruptive, but he disagrees. One judge already has backed the team.
Prosecutors intend to seek a longer sentence than called for under the state guidelines if they obtain a conviction against a man charged on Friday…
The Hennepin County attorney is weighing whether to charge Richard Liu with a sexual assault
Dozens of Travis Serafin's cases are under review after he admitted falsifying a search warrant.
Up to 5,400 tenants will share in a recordbreaking class-action lawsuit against Stephen Frenz and Spiros Zorbalas.
Students say legislation is key to fighting violence committed with guns.
Controversial landlord has ordered 160 tenants from 5 apartment buildings to vacate by Sunday.
The 97-year-old's children remember him as a warmhearted man who stood up for his principles and conveyed them to his family.
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office said it would seek a higher sentence than recommended under state guidelines.
Unusual step makes city a landlord – and saves families from eviction.
Critics of state's child custody system say many children are being wrongfully removed from the home.
Minneapolis mother and daughter charged with animal cruelty after 46 cats and dogs discovered in home
A mother and daughter have been charged with mistreating animals after authorities discovered 46 cats and dogs in their north Minneapolis house in such poor condition that 33 of the animals had to be euthanized.
White House's slow reaction to McCain's death is latest sore point.
In Minneapolis for conventions, veterans talk about health care needs.
It's been a popular site, even that very first national convention in early November 1919, with 11-degree temps and light snow.
Until a reconfiguration of the industry building is complete, offenders will not be participating.
While a suburb says gun-mounted cameras are cheaper than body cameras, the Minnesota ACLU said they should not be a substitute for them.
William B. Butler, who has long history of battling judges, is charged with not filing state income taxes.
For 44 years Wright plied his craft from skid row to hot spots around the world.
A passenger in a car was shot in the head in south Minneapolis last October.
Patrick Hayes blamed a fatal crash on a medication change he had known would make him more prone to seizures.
The family had wanted to keep some documents nonpublic.
Family members called for community on Wednesday, the third meeting planned this week dealing with the death of Thurman Blevins.
The first graduate of Turning Point on the North Side helped many in more than 41 years of sobriety.
Superintendent Drew Evans to meet with community to discuss process of investigation on Thursday.
Buyers of buildings from ousted landlords face more scrutiny.
Witness says Silas McDougal killed someone because he was "shorted" some marijuana.
Minneapolis scrambles to find new partner after nonprofit helping tenants sheds staff.
He is accused of forcing a teenage girl to have sex with 10-15 men at a hotel.
Contest between Freeman and Haase could be stirred up by outside forces
The county attorney says he's keeping juveniles out of jail; his opponent says more juveniles in detention are minorities.
Charges are dropped against 31 of the 47, but prosecutors still must decide how to deal with 16 people who have already been convicted.
All charges were dropped after reports show 46 of 47 arrested were black. "While the intention was good, it had an unintended consequence," Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said.
The woman pleaded guilty to attempted murder of toddler.
Mpls. mayor vows to step up after hearing complaints and ideas.
Thomas Tichich, 49, was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman he met in a bar after he had gone off duty.
It was one of several dramatic moments during a daylong sentencing hearing for Nataliia M. Karia.
The protesters shut down Blue Line light-rail service between south Minneapolis and the airport for more than an hour, forcing commuters to take buses.
A man who thought he was answering an ad for sex with children, was snared in a police sting during the Super Bowl.
Keyaris Samuels died Wednesday in an accidental shooting that Plymouth Police Chief Mike Goldstein said was preventable.
A warrant has been issued for Sid Brady Strickland Green, police spokesman John Elder said, but his whereabouts are unknown.
Driver who struck Wayzata officer hears from his family as prison term is imposed.
Minneapolis mayor promises help, but some say it's not enough.
Authorities link DNA on a cigarette butt found at a south Minneapolis murder scene to a 23-year-old defendant.
Bellecourt helped create the center, which preceded the public defender's office.
Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek said the new data on opioid use and abuse among jail inmates was "staggering."
Bill fails to advance in Legislature, but backers plan to reintroduce it.
Prosecutors said Thomas Tichich forced himself on a woman who was passed out after a night of drinking.
Police officer Thomas Tichich insisted during two hours on the stand that sex with woman was consensual
From 2007 to 2017, Minnesota jurisdictions made at least 933 payouts for alleged misconduct. And they're on the rise.
Sorrow, frustration and anger exploded locally after 1968 assassination.
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