Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Monday morning at a Wells Fargo Bank in Maple Grove, Minn.
Minnesota is home to the largest Somali community in the nation, and Saturday people across the metro rallied against a banking policy that affects the Somali community.
The family of Christopher Hanson, the 15-year-old who died jumping from a train Thursday night, has a message for other teenagers: train-jumping is dangerous.
At a mid-town Wells Fargo bank a large group of Minnesota Somalis gathered Friday to remove their money from the bank and protest.
Take a look at any construction site across Minnesota and you’ll see our economic recovery in the works. What’s obvious with every building going up and every load of concrete delivered, is that more and more Minnesotans are going back to work.
Labor unions joined the front lines Saturday in what Occupy Minnesota has termed “the fight against corporate greed.”
Wells Fargo is imposing a $3 monthly debit card fee for customers in five states, a move that comes after Bank of America increased its debit-card fees to $5 a month. So, why are banks raising fees even after reporting record quarterly profits?
A local group is saying that big banks, like Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank, aren’t doing enough to help families in foreclosure.
Dozens of Wells Fargo employees volunteered their time, giving up air-conditioned offices for shovels and brooms, Monday to help pick up debris in storm-ravaged North Minneapolis.
The Federal Reserve on Friday cleared the way for some major banks to boost stock dividends, prompting announcements from JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bancorp.
The highest court in Massachusetts ruled against U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo & Co. Friday in a widely watched mortgage foreclosure case that could have serious implications for the nation’s largest banks.
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A jury has decided against punitive damages against Wells Fargo, a day after awarding $29.9 million to four nonprofits.
Wells Fargo has been ordered to pay nearly $30 million to four nonprofits who argued their investments were not safe, as the bank contended.