When Cal Stueve’s first-grade teacher asked him if he could count, he started at “two” and ended with “ace.” Stueve hasn’t given up his love for playing cards in the five decades since. He and his friends get together at least three times a week for whist, a four-player game popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. But Minnesota gambling laws have stalled his vision for a bigger tournament.
Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie said Wednesday he will no longer issue cards that appeared to give lawmakers immunity from being arrested for drunken driving or other crimes during a legislative session, saying his office isn’t bound by statute to distribute them.
A 47-year-old Shakopee man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to using other people’s food stamps. Chin Son Kim pleaded guilty to one count of food stamp fraud.
When you hear a friend or family member is diagnosed with cancer, it’s often said that the toughest part is knowing what to say. Now, one Brooklyn Center woman’s newest business venture is looking to help.
Kids are now giving out less traditional stuff for Valentine’s Day — the new stuff is light on hearts and heavy on stickers, magnets and games. And even better, a Minnesota company is at the heart of the trend.
Children in the Twin Cities are trying to lift the spirits of the survivors at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Target is pulling a greeting card that makes fun of the late singer Whitney Houston’s penchant for bad boys.
A seat on the Oshkosh City Council came down to a deck of cards and the luck of the draw.
St. Cloud Police are warning people about leaving their purse or wallet unattended while at work.