The first federal lawsuits are now being filed over the massive data breach at Target. Three Minnesotans are among those who say the Minneapolis-based company put them at risk. The company confirmed last week that someone had stolen credit and debit card information from as many as 40 million Target shoppers. The thefts went undetected for more than two weeks.
Target is trying to reassure its customers in the wake of the retailer’s massive data breach. Someone stole 40 million credit and debit card numbers between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
How would you like to buy THE BAGGIE?
The home where one of the most infamous murders in recent area history happened was on the auction block on Tuesday.
The opening bid for the River Falls, Wis., home — where the three Schaffhausen girls were murdered by their father — was $180,000.
A very unusual sale is going on this week that will be especially interesting to bowling fans. The property where West Side Lanes stood was sold to the city of West St. Paul.
Having a tough time finding a feline? This weekend’s your lucky break as the Tri-County Humane Society in St. Cloud, Minn., said it needs to make room for an overabundance of cats. The shelter’s 32 cages are full, and another 16 cages are needed for adoptable felines in need of a transition out of the treatment rooms. The sale aims to ensure no cats are euthanized simply due to a lack of space.
Maybe you’ve heard this story on your block. Your neighbor puts their home up for sale and it’s sold — in two hours. According to a Twin Cities real estate research firm, this is happening all along the metro.
After the rollercoaster real estate market of the past few years, Twin Cities realtors are finding lots of folks still waiting on the sidelines. Inventory levels in Twin Cities is the lowest they’ve been in 10 years.
Two men are facing aggravated robbery charges after police say they attacked a man with a stun gun during a Craigslist transaction.
Minnesota deer hunting licenses are now on sale for the coming season.
If you’re looking for furniture, downtown Minneapolis is the place to go on Friday.
Minnesota finance officials said Thursday they’ve completed the sale of $757 million in bonds using the state’s future tobacco lawsuit settlement dollars as the repayment stream — a move that comes with substantial costs.
What some are drinking on a Minnesota college campus is creating controversy and it has nothing to do with alcohol.
Minnesota deer hunting licenses go on sale Monday.
Tickets go on sale Saturday for the 17th annual Basilica Block Party in downtown Minneapolis.