A couple dozen students spent the night in the Macalester College administration building where they’re protesting the school’s ties to Wells Fargo.
The SEIU Local 26 voted unanimously on Saturday afternoon to give their negotiators the power to strike. Thousands of workers who clean and protect building across the Twin Cities are ready to walk off the job.
As negotiations continue in Washington, D.C. to avoid falling off the so-called “fiscal cliff,” many are left with a simple question: can taxing the rich raise enough money to make a dent in the national debt?
A popular disk jockey in the Twin Cities fears he’ll lose one of the things he cherishes most in life – his American citizenship.
A relief fund has been set up to help those in Carlton County recovering the recent and devastating floodwaters.
A 78-year-old man was charged Wednesday in connection with a Wells Fargo Bank robbery. Police say the man has been convicted three previous times for robbing banks.
A 78-year-old man from Louisville, Ky., was arrested Monday after trying to rob a bank in Minneapolis while an off-duty officer happened to be inside, according to the FBI.
A South Dakota man faces federal charges in two Twin Cities bank robberies early this year. Forty-four-year-old William Roy St. John of Sisseton, S.D., was indicted on two counts of bank robbery.
A 51-year-old man is behind bars after police say he made a bomb threat at a Wells Fargo bank — but when the bomb squad responded, all they found were a bunch of sugar packets.
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.”