Minn. AG Keith Ellison Tests Positive For COVID-19, Quarantines Outside CountryMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Minnesota Supreme Court Rules Pardon Votes Must Be UnanimousAmreya Shefa sued after she was denied a pardon in 2020 on a 2-1 vote in the killing of her husband, whom she accused of repeated sexual abuse. Her attorney says she's likely to be deported to Ethiopia, where she fears her husband's relatives will kill her.
Minnesota Supreme Court Weighs Future Of Board Of Pardons’ Decision-MakingThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in a case challenging the Board of Pardons’ unanimous decision-making authority that was set by law more than a century ago.
Daunte Wright Shooting: Kim Potter's Defense Team Requests Deadline For Amended ChargesThe defense team for former Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter is asking for a deadline for amending charges.
Free Vaccination Street Fair Set To Take Place Saturday In North Mpls.The street fair will be on both sides of Plymouth Avenue North, one of the busiest streets in North Minneapolis. Organizers say there will be music and entertainment as their goal is to make the event fun.
'The First Step Towards Justice': Officials In Minnesota React To Guilty Verdict In Derek Chauvin TrialLocal and national officials are reacting to the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
Alibi Drinkery Found To Be In Contempt Of Court, Fined $3,000 A DayA Lakeville bar which has reopened multiple times, defying COVID-19 restrictions, was found to be in contempt of court on Thursday afternoon.
COVID Restrictions: MDH Takes Legal Action Against 2 Restaurants; Court Orders Another To Halt Indoor DiningThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Attorney General Keith Ellison’s Office on Monday announced legal actions being made against three restaurants that they say have violated executive orders restricting indoor dining.
Minn. AG Ellison Files 3 More Lawsuits Against Restaurants Defying COVID RestrictionsMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison on Monday announced that three more lawsuits have been filed against restaurants operating indoor dining in violation of the current COVID-19 restrictions.
Prosecutors Want No Audio-Visual Coverage Of Cops' TrialsProsecutors in the cases against four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd said Monday that they do not want audio or visual coverage of the trials, but they did not provide a reason.
Minneapolis City Council Members Want AG Ellison To Take Floyd CaseSeveral Minneapolis City Council members are asking Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz to appoint the state’s attorney general as a special prosecutor in the death of George Floyd.
MN House GOP Questions AG Ellison Over Threats Of Fines To Business Owners Planning To Reopen Ahead Of June 1Minnesota House GOP lawmakers are questioning Attorney General Keith Ellison in a letter released Sunday after reports that the AG office has threatened to fine business owners who have announced plans to reopen prior to June 1.
Minnesota Supreme Court Rules Some Voter Data PrivateMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison calls the ruling “a big win for Minnesota voters’ privacy.”
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Attorney General Keith Ellison Stops Landlord From Illegally Evicting Sandstone FamilyThe family was sheltering in place with a four-year-old daughter who has an underlying health condition that makes her vulnerable to COVID-19.
CenturyLink To Pay Nearly $9M In Minnesota Overcharge CaseCenturyLink has agreed to pay nearly $9 million to settle allegations the company overbilled Minnesota customers, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said Wednesday.