Minnesota Court of Appeals
A pair of groups that challenged Minnesota rules for a state wolf hunting and trapping season has been dealt another blow in court. Minnesota’s Court of Appeals on Tuesday dismissed a petition aiming to undo rules that allowed for a wolf hunting season, the first of which was held starting in November.
Amy Senser wants her conviction in a deadly hit-and-run case thrown out.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ordered a new trial for a priest accused of having sexual conduct with a female parishioner he was counseling.
An Orono man seems to have disproved the old saying that “You can’t fight city hall.” He won a court decision involving a wind turbine in his yard, though Jay Nygard’s turbine is in his garage right now.
Two groups have asked the Minnesota Supreme Court to block the state’s wolf hunting and trapping season.
Wisconsin’s first wolf hunting season is underway, and like in Minnesota, it’s not without some controversy.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has backed the Timberjay Newspapers group in an open records case involving how units of government farm out work to contractors.
State officials have asked the Minnesota Court of Appeals to reject an attempt by animal welfare groups to block the resumption of wolf hunting in the state.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has reversed the conviction of an HIV-positive man who was accused of passing the virus on to another man through unprotected sex.
The Center for Biological Diversity and Howling for Wolves say the Minnesota DNR did not do its due diligence before setting up the first wolf season, which is to begin Nov. 3.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals is affirming the conviction and sentence of a man found guilty of ordering the kidnapping and killing of an Iowa teen.
A 450-foot cellphone tower with flashing lights that would be seen from parts of the Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness will be allowed to go forward, after the Supreme Court denied a request to hear the case.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the convictions of a former nurse who hunted for suicidal people in online chat rooms and encouraged two to kill themselves, saying his actions were not protected speech.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a lower court erred when it ruled in favor of timber companies who claimed the state broke promises by capping payments under a forest management program.
Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge David Minge is retiring at the end of March.