Beef jerky maker Jack Link’s has agreed to pay $50,000 to a former employee who quit after working several months at a Mankato facility because her supervisor made repeated sexual advances toward her.
Caitlyn Jenner told the world what the transgender community needs while accepting an award for courage last week. The former Olympian announced months ago she would begin living as a woman. A transgender woman from Minnesota made the same decision, and she is now documenting her very personal story.
A New Brighton woman says she and her daughter are being harassed by law enforcement. Michelle Voeller says five times over the past 10 months, officers have knocked on her door late at night and in the early morning looking for someone who doesn’t live there.
Maplewood Police are investigating reports of several suspicious and lewd phone calls made to area businesses by someone claiming to be a police officer. In five separate instances involving female call recipients, a man with a deep voice identifies himself as an officer from the Maplewood, St. Paul or Roseville police departments. The caller initially says he is conducting a survey as part of a school presentation project, but then asks the female employee a series of personal questions including their age, hair color and clothing.
A White Bear Lake woman who was banned from her home for harassing her neighbors will not spend any more time behind bars for now. Lori Christensen, 49, pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge for violating a harassment restraining order back in May 2012. The order was issued to keep her from bothering Greg and Kim Hoffman, who lived across the street. She was caught videotaping the family later that month. Two other felony charges were dropped Monday as part of a plea deal that includes community service, fines, and 10 years of probation.
The Coon Rapids man accused of videotaping young boys while changing clothes at Twin Cities YMCAs was arrested by University of Minnesota police on Thursday for allegedly videotaping boys urinating at Mariucci Arena, too, authorities say.
The man arrested and released last year following the violent death of a Cold Spring police officer is once again behind bars.
A 49-year-old woman accused of taunting and yelling obscenities at a neighboring family will begin her trial Monday.
A task force is urging Minnesota lawmakers to toughen up a state law against bullying, harassment and intimidation in schools.
A White Bear Lake couple is speaking out about years of being victimized by a neighbor who taunted and yelled obscenities at them and their three children.
Trevor Mbakwe has been sentenced for violating a harassment restraining order stemming from an incident in January.
Some teachers in the Anoka-Hennepin school district say new guidelines which encourage the discussion of controversial topics in the classroom could help improve the atmosphere for gay and lesbian students.
An Eagan man is accused of stalking and harassing his neighbors, as well as vandalizing their property, over the course of years.
The St. Cloud School Board has approved an agreement which ends an investigation into complaints that Somali students were being harassed.
The St. Cloud school board is set to approve an agreement that would settle a federal civil rights investigation into the alleged harassment of Somali students at two high schools.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Anoka-Hennepin School District, alleging that the district has allowed an environment hostile toward students who are either gay or just perceived that way.
The U.S. departments of Education and Justice have reached a settlement with the Owatonna school district over alleged harassment of Somali students under which the district will give annual reports to the federal government for three years.
Jenn Sterger broke her silence and talked about Brett Favre today.
Parents and students packed the Anoka Hennepin School board meeting Monday tonight to express their concerns about harassment of LGBT students.