Two Redby, Minn. men have pleaded guilty in connection to the Nov. 3, 2010 killing of one man and the wounding of two others on the Red Lake Indian Reservation.
A 26-year-old man has been indicted for allegedly ramming two vehicles driven by deputies of the United States Marshals Service.
The last of eight people accused in a southern Minnesota counterfeiting ring has pleaded guilty. Thirty-four-year-old Heather Ann Cameron of Albert Lea pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of counterfeiting U.S. currency.
A 24-year-old Mankato man was sentenced to more than eight years in prison Friday in connection with the Dec. 16, 2010, robbery of a credit union at Minnesota State University-Mankato.
A defense attorney for one of two women accused of funneling money to al-Shabab in Somalia showed how prosecutors cherry-picked a fraction of conversations from hundreds of hours of wiretaps.
Della Rae Thalin pleaded guilty to one count of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. She was charged Aug. 22.
A 40-year-old nurse from a senior care assisted living facility pleaded guilty in Minneapolis Federal Court Friday to stealing Percocet from a patient.
Joseph Valerian Parshall was indicted with two counts of aggravated sexual abuse against a child under the age of 12.
Michael Lewis Johnson was charged on April 20 with one count of bank robbery and pleaded guilty on June 16. He admitted to stealing $4,225 from the Wells Fargo Bank on the 2100 block of Ford Parkway in St. Paul in April.
Jeffrey John Wirth, his ex-wife Holly Claire Damiani and Michael James Murry were charged with one count of conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
A Minneapolis man has pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of an 83-year-old Somali man after assaulting him while yelling that he was Muslim and should go back to Africa.
Larry Gene Hillard pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. He was charged March 10.
Three Florida men were indicted in Minneapolis Federal Court on Wednesday for fraudulently marketing a hedge fund’s investments in Petters Company, Inc.
The NFL has asked a federal judge to keep its lockout in place, saying there are no legal grounds to stop it and accusing the players of trying to manipulate the law.
The once-a-decade fight over Minnesota’s political map has made its way into federal court.