Suit Seeks Release Of Vatican’s Clergy Abuse 'Secrets'The lawsuit filed in St. Paul seeks the release of decades worth of information on clergy sex abuse within the Catholic Church.
Settlement Reached In Hudson Booster Days Go-Kart CrashKelly Bridge, her son Parker Reimer and Parker's older brother, Carter Reimer, were seriously injured by a go-kart driven by a Shriner.
ACLU Of Minnesota Files Lawsuit Against Anoka-Hennepin School DistrictThe American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota filed a lawsuit against Anoka-Hennepin School District Monday based on its treatment of a transgender student.
'Not A Real Emergency': AG Ellison On Why Minn. Joined Suit Against TrumpMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says Minnesota joined the lawsuit because he believes the declaration of a national emergency is unconstitutional.
7 Minnesota Cities Sue Over Sealants Polluting PondsSeven Minnesota cities are suing a group of companies that refine coal-tar sealants to help pay for cleanup after the product's harmful chemicals ended up in stormwater ponds across the state.
Jury Awards Doctor $112M In Dispute With MedtronicDr. Rick C. Sasso sued Medtronic, alleging that it violated a contract by not paying royalties he was due for spinal implants and screw-implant systems he invented and sold to the Minnesota-based company.
Costco Moves To Intervene In Lawsuit Against St. CloudCostco bought about 19 acres in Heritage Park for $3.5 million last July. Citizens for Government Accountability claims the land is worth at least $6 million.
'House Of Horrors': Former Student Seeks To Close Central MN Catholic SchoolA former student of Holy Innocents' Catholic School in Waite Park has filed a lawsuit alleging she was sexually abused by five staff members and a priest when she attended the school from 1978 to 1984.
NHL, Players Reach Settlement In Concussion LawsuitA tentative settlement in the lawsuit filed against the National Hockey League by former players would bring to an end the five-year old battle.
Attorney General Sues Insulin Makers, Alleges Price GougingMinnesota's attorney general is going after three drug manufacturers who make insulin for people with diabetes, claiming the companies are gouging diabetics with steep price increases.
Landowners' Lawsuit Over Dakota Access Goes To Appeals CourtAttorneys for the 21 landowners are scheduled to take their argument before an 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Thursday.