Kesha and her mentor and producer filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over the pop singer’s claims she was subjected to nearly a decade of sexual and emotional abuse.
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This week an A-list comedian was critically injured, a southern chef planned a comeback, and an acclaimed Black actress passed away.
This week one pop star reveals all (literally), another is released from jail, and another faces racism allegations.
This week a beloved author passed, an A-lister was attacked, and two music moguls got $3 billion richer.
Minnesota author Vince Flynn has died after a long battle with prostate cancer. Flynn has authored 15 novels, with the majority of them making it to the bestseller list.
US Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., says he’s not surprised by revelations that federal security agencies collect phone and computer data on American citizens.
An 18-year-old Hopkins High School senior cheerleader allegedly used her sophomore teammate as a prostitute, according to a criminal complaint filed in Hennepin County. Montia Marie Parker, 18, of Maple Grove was arrested on one count of second-degree felony sex trafficking, and one count of felony solicitation, inducement and promotion of prostitution.
NFL MVP Adrian Peterson says he has family members who are gay whom he loves and respects. But on gay marriage, the Minnesota Vikings running back says “that’s not something I believe in.”
Jeff Rogers places his American flag upside down to show what he calls the “tyranny of government.” He says his son Buford – or “Bucky” as he’s known – is part of the Black Snake Militia, and they just want freedom.
We’ve heard recently about furloughs for FAA air traffic controllers which have been suspended, but there is another agency facing funding cuts: NOAA, which could jeopardize the safety of all Minnesotans when severe weather strikes.
Charles Eide and Mike Danielson have been flying radio controlled aircraft since they little kids growing up in the same neighborhood.
Police say a 65-year-old Hastings man admitted to cutting the wires behind an area business because they were contributing to the pressure on his brain.
Minnesota sheriffs have issued a record number of permits to people who want to carry handguns in public, with 31,657 permits granted in 2012.
Each morning, 35 locations around the Twin Cities metropolitan area prepare in-home meal deliveries for thousands of Minnesota seniors.
Minnesotans go to Hawaii to relax, get some sun and take in a little bit of paradise. But a Minnesota man went there and came back with a paralyzing disease.
Northland gun dealers are reporting a spike in military-style gun sales. Pat Kukull, owner of Superior Shooters Supply, says they are out of semi-automatic rifles due to people “panic buying.”
A dentist acted legally when he fired an assistant that he found attractive simply because he and his wife viewed the woman as a threat to their marriage, the all-male Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday.
A Seward Montessori Elementary School staff member has been placed on leave after authorities discovered a handgun inside her locker Wednesday, according to a school official.
Three years ago, virtually no stores were open on Thanksgiving Day. This year, Walmart, Sears, Kmart, and Toys ‘R’ Us will open at 8 p.m. Target will open an hour later at 9 p.m.
Once the election results are in, you might find yourself very happy or very disappointed, depending on the outcome. It may be difficult to mask how you are feeling when you are around your co-workers or people with whom you’d rather not talk politics.
Several dozen high-powered guns could be in the hands of criminals.
A series of brazen robberies by suspects you might not expect has caused police to issue a crime alert on the University of Minnesota campus.
Police officers in Minneapolis and St. Paul are on high alert this week after an alleged death threat from a gang.
A Maple Grove mother has been charged after police say she had been supplying a 12-year-old girl with heroin and marijuana.
Susan Krantz has a medical and business background; but when she got her latest medical bill from a recent visit, the Minnetonka woman was perplexed.