Minnesota Judge Rules in Favor of Pipeline Protesters
A Minnesota district judge has issued a temporary restraining order against the Hubbard County sheriff, ruling that the county must stop obstructing access to a property used by opponents of Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline project.
Triple Homicide Investigation Near La Crosse
Workers discovered three bodies early Friday at the entrance to a quarry in far western Wisconsin
Millions Spent On Derek Chauvin Trial
The current tally does not include prosecution and court costs.
Jury Convicts Man Who Killed Grand Forks Police Officer
The verdict was reached after 14 hours of deliberation.
Judge in Chauvin Trial Denies Request to Rewrite Sentencing Order
The Minnesota judge who oversaw the trial of Derek Chauvin is denying prosecutors' request to rewrite his sentencing order as it relates to the four girls who saw George Floyd’s death.
Albert Lea Woman Killed at Iowa Fourth of July Parade
A Minnesota woman was killed and three other people injured at an Independence Day parade in Iowa.
Child Killed in Accident at Iowa Amusement Park
Authorities are investigating the cause of an accident that killed a boy on a popular boat ride at an Iowa amusement park.
MN Supreme Court Issues Order In Fillmore County/Amish Case
The case deals with septic systems.
Minnesota Legislative Leaders Agree on Public Safety Budget Bill
It should mean the legislature will be able to complete the budget in time to avoid a government shutdown.
$7 Billion Minnesota Transportation Budget Bill Sent to Governor Walz
Minnesota lawmakers made more progress toward completing the next state budget Thursday as the Senate gave unanimous final approval to a $7.3 billion transportation bill and sent it to the governor.