Grant Will Help Alleged Offenders Get Free Rides To CourtA grant that seeks to reduce bench warrants by providing free rides to court for offenders with low incomes has been accepted by the Minneapolis City Council.
Danny Heinrich Pleads Not Guilty To 25 Counts; Trial Date SetInvestigators arrested Danny Heinrich in October of 2015. Court documents made public at the time revealed that Heinrich was one of the earliest suspects in the Wetterling case.
Wells Fargo, Vikings Return To Court Over Signs Near U.S. Bank StadiumA battle between Wells Fargo and the Minnesota Vikings heads back to court Friday. A hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. at the U.S. Courthouse in Minneapolis.
Hundreds Of Petters Victims Still Waiting On Bankruptcy ClaimsMore than seven years after the financial collapse of one Minnesota's most powerful businessmen, victims are still waiting for money.
Acre-Kendall Testifies In Day 5 Of Murder TrialThe man accused of stabbing and killing another man along the St. Croix River following an argument was dealt a significant blow by a judge's ruling. Levi Acre-Kendall has been charged with killing Peter Kelly. On Friday, his defense was set to start calling its witnesses.
Prosecution Rests In Day 4 Of St. Croix River Stabbing TrialIt's now up to the defense to present a case for the Cambridge man accused of killing a St. Croix father of five.
Opponents Of Red River Diversion Project Going To Court Opponents of a planned Red River diversion project around Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota say they're happy to finally get their day in court.
Cameras Flick On In Minnesota's Criminal CourtroomsA pilot project allowing cameras in some criminal court hearings has begun in Minnesota district courts. The project that began Tuesday is limited to hearings that take place after a defendant is convicted in certain types of cases.
Judges Deliberating On 'American Sniper' Appeal CaseAttorneys for "American Sniper" widow Taya Kyle on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to throw out the $1.8 million defamation award a Minnesota jury gave former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura.
Indictment Dismissed Against Minnesota State Trooper Involved In Fatal CrashTrooper Scott Reps was going 100 miles per hour responding to a motorcycle accident in Cannon Falls on July 4, 2014. His squad car broadsided a car that failed to yield as it was pulling out of a parking lot.
Girls To Stay In Adult Court In Slender Man Stabbing CaseA Wisconsin judge ruled Monday that two girls accused of stabbing a classmate to please the online horror character Slender Man will stay in adult court, where they could face decades in prison.
Tom Brady Lawsuit Transferred From Minnesota To New York CourtTom Brady's lawsuit against the NFL in which he wants his four-game suspension overturned will be heard in New York instead of Minnesota.
Woman Charged In Rossing Disappearance To Appear In CourtA woman charged in connection with the disappearance of Christopher Rossing is due in court Monday.
Psychologist: Waseca Plot Suspect Poses 'Significant Risk Of Future Violence'A Waseca teenager is in court Tuesday facing serious explosives charges, and the main question the court is determining right now is whether or not he should he be tried as an adult.
Woman On Trial For Identity Theft Accused Of Stealing Jewelry From JurorA Ramsey County juror showed up for court, but ended up leaving without her wedding band and a watch worth almost $5,000. And police say the person who took her jewelry was the defendant. Travette Campbell has a lengthy criminal history, including at least five prior felony convictions.