Fmr. Allina Health VP Pleads Guilty To Embezzling More Than $400KA man who used to be a vice president at Allina Health has pleaded guilty to swindling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the company.
Injury Report: Cardinals Need Defense At Full Strength For Game Against PanthersThe Arizona Cardinals don't have a very long injury report heading into the NFC Conference Championship, but there are still some concerns.
Packers Hoping To Avoid Repeat Of Week 16 Loss To CardinalsIn Week 16, the Arizona Cardinals dealt the Green Bay Packers one of the worst losses of Aaron Rodgers' career, and this is the time to truly bounce back.
Arizona Cardinals Prepping For Divisional Round As Rookie Receives NFL HonorsThe Arizona Cardinals have a first-round bye for the 2016 NFL Playoffs, but that doesn't mean they have been able to take it easy. They are preparing for one of three teams that could be their opponent in the Divisional Round, but in the meantime, a rookie has been honored.
State Trooper Involved In Nicollet Co. CrashA State Trooper's car was sideswiped in Nicollet County Friday evening. According to the incident report, around 8:14 p.m. Minnesota State trooper was stopped at a crash scene on the southbound shoulder of Highway 15 in new Ulm.
Woman Gets Life For Drug-Related Murder In Mpls.One of three people indicted on first-degree premeditated murder in a drug-related murder in Minneapolis was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday afternoon.
Ebola Fears Harm Business At Local West African RestaurantA West African restaurant owner in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota says fear surrounding Ebola may force her to close. During the lunch hour, Mama Ti's restaurant owner says there used to be a rush.
3 Indicted In Drug-Related Mpls. MurderThree people are indicted of first-degree premeditated murder in the drug-related shooting death of a Minneapolis man in March. Maureen Onyelobi, David Johnson and Maurice Wilson were indicted Friday by a grand jury, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
Wisconsin Bill Would Forgive Dead Soldiers' Taxes The parents of a Wisconsin soldier killed in Afghanistan are backing a bill that would forgive state income taxes for military members killed in combat.