'Bachelor' Star's Legal Team Says He Acted 'Reasonably' After Fatal CrashFormer "The Bachelor" star Chris Soules "acted reasonably" after he rear-ended a fellow Iowa farmer by calling 911 and trying to resuscitate the man, his new legal team said Thursday.
Wis. GOP Bill Aims To Discipline College Speech HecklersUniversity of Wisconsin students who disrupt speeches and demonstrations could be expelled and campuses would have to remain neutral on public issue under a bill Republican legislators are pushing this week.
Appeals Court Rejects Bid To Move Jeronimo Yanez's TrialThe Minnesota Court of Appeals has rejected moving the manslaughter trial of a police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist.
Zimmerman Hosting DNR Seized Firearms Auction This WeekendEvery few years, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources puts confiscated property up for sale.
12-Year-Old Pushes Lawmakers To Pass Legal Protections For Foster Care ChildrenA 12-year old Minnesota girl won a long fight Thursday to get legal rights for foster children like her.
Minn. Family In Korea Needs Help To Bring Home Baby With Health ProblemsA Minnesota family is on a mission to bring their baby home from South Korea so he can get life-saving care.
People Of Color Career Fair Helps Corporations DiversifyA unique career fair helped some of Minnesota's biggest corporations hire and diversify their workforce.
Which Day Of The Week Is Gas At Its Cheapest?If you need to top off your gas tank, you might want to wait to find the best day to do it.
Girl Injured By Falling Deck In Cottage GroveAuthorities say a juvenile female was injured Thursday after being trapped under a falling deck in Cottage Grove.
Harteau Disappointed After Mayor Rejects Her North Side Inspector PickMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she is disappointed in Mayor Betsy Hodges’ decision to reverse her appointment of Lt. John Delmonico to Inspector of the Fourth Precinct.
Twin Cities School Districts Alert Parents About Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'A popular new Netflix series has school districts around the country warning parents about teen suicide, including several in the Twin Cities.
Women Challenge Wisconsin's Home-Baked Goods BanA judge in Wisconsin, one of only two states that prohibit the sale of home-baked goods, is considering whether such a ban is unconstitutional.

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