Are Restaurants Liable If Customers, Staff Get COVID-19?With many Minnesota bars and restaurants reopening June 1 in the midst of the pandemic, legal questions hang in the air about a business's responsibility in keeping everyone involved safe and healthy.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Uncertainty About Jury Trials Lingers Due To COVID-19Right now, some court hearings are happening virtually, but that won't be an option when jury trials resume.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: DOC Officials Deciding Which Prisoners Should Be Released During PandemicPrisons across Minnesota have developed plans to deal with the spread of COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: What Are Your Legal Rights If You're Quarantined?
Jake Patterson Waives Preliminary Hearing, Ordered To Stand TrialAn arraignment date was set Wednesday for Jake Patterson, the Wisconsin man charged with kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing her parents. Patterson appeared in court for a preliminary hearing. His attorney’s decided to waive the hearing, and judge set an arraignment date of March 27.
Downtown Mpls. Residents Concerned Over LED BillboardsThe new ordinance would allow for signs around the stadium and along parts of Hennepin and Washington avenues.
Judge Bars BLM Leaders From Mall Of America ProtestA request for a temporary restraining order against Black Lives Matter by Mall of America was denied in part and granted in part Tuesday. The mall filed the motion to stop the group from protesting there Wednesday.
Top Lawmaker Says Jamar Clark Should Have Been In Jail On Nov. 15A leading state lawmaker and a criminal defense attorney say Jamar Clark should have been in jail on Nov. 15, the day he was shot and killed by Minneapolis police.
Fmr. FBI Agent: Early Wetterling Investigation Was 'A Bad Mistake'A former FBI agent who supervised the Jacob Wetterling investigation says the agency botched how it first handled the man now considered a person of interest in the case. Al Garber wrote in his out-of-print 2009 memoir that the FBI's encounter with Danny Heinrich in 1990 was a "comedy of errors" and "a big mistake."
Statute Of Limitations Comes Into Question In Wetterling CaseTwenty-six-years later there has been a major development in the disappearance of an 11-year-old Minnesota boy. The FBI has arrested a man who they say is a "person of interest" in the Jacob Wetterling abduction case.
Marathon Organizers Respond To Black Lives Matter PlansThere are six days left until one of the most popular marathons in the Midwest, and a group protesting alleged police brutality has plans to try to interrupt it.
Attorney: New Brighton Shooting Trial Will Hinge On Self Defense ClaimJury selection began Monday in the murder trial of a New Brighton man charged with killing his neighbor. A feud between Neal Zumberge and his neighbor Todd Stevens turned violent when Zumberge shot Stevens dead in his front yard in May of 2014.
Terror Suspect Released To Halfway House Kept Box Cutter Under BedA Minneapolis man convicted of trying to help ISIS is back in jail after a box cutter was found under his bed at a halfway house.
Experts Expect Quick Verdict in Fitch Murder TrialAfter six days of testimony and more than 50 witnesses on stand, the fate of Brian Fitch. Sr. will soon be in the hands of jurors. They will likely begin deliberating on Monday, and Minneapolis attorney Joe Tamburino doesn't think it will take them long to reach a verdict.
10 Charged In MOA 'Black Lives Matter' ProtestThe Bloomington City Attorney announced Wednesday that 10 people have been charged in connection with the "Black Lives Matter" protest at the Mall of America on Dec. 20, 2014.