Employee Fired After Tweeting Criticism Of Company's GiftAn employee of a Minnesota company has been fired after tweeting criticism of the firm's holiday gift to its workers.
4 Things To Know: Cano Tweets, College Football, New Year's Eve & MoreFrom Minneapolis city council woman Alondra Cano's controversial tweets to New Year's Eve celebrations around the country, here's a look at the top four stories from Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015.
Constituents Whose Info City Council Member Tweeted Say She Should ResignA Minneapolis City Council member is under fire for a series of tweets she posted online after attending the Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America this week.
House Candidate Ends Campaign After Tweeting 'ISIS Isn’t Necessarily Evil'A Democratic candidate for the state Legislature is quitting his campaign after tweeting this weekend that "ISIS isn’t necessarily evil."
Obama Tweeter Says Posts Cost Him His JobA Minnesota man investigated for violent tweets addressed to President Barack Obama says he lost his job because of them, but the company denies that's the reason. The president's first official tweet from his @POTUS handle last month drew some hateful comments.
4 Things To Know: Fatal Amtrak Derailment, Tsarnaev Latest & MoreFrom a fatal Amtrak derailment to the latest in the Boston bombing trial, these are the four things to know for Wednesday, May 13.
Mayor Chris Coleman Unapologetic For His Negative Wild TweetThe Minnesota Wild will try to put Wednesday night behind them, as they face the Blues in St. Louis Friday night in Game 5 of their Stanley Cup Playoff series. Wild fans, St. Paul's mayor included, are also trying to move on.
Adrian Peterson's Agent Posts Controversial Picture To Social MediaAdrian Peterson's agent is riling up Vikings fans, and putting the running backs' return in doubt, after he posted this photo on social media.
Student Tweets Cold-Themed Playlist To Convince MPS To CloseSeveral school districts have cancelled class on Wednesday, including the state’s two largest, Anoka-Hennepin and Minneapolis Public Schools. MPS calls the bitter blast dangerous, citing the cold temperatures, wind chill and safety of students as the reason.
U Of M Knocks Down Tweet That Ebola Could Be AirborneUniversity of Minnesota officials are knocking down a tweet claiming its researchers say Ebola is airborne. University spokeswoman Caroline Marin said that the university never made such a claim.
Rep. Apologizes For Controversial NBA TweetThe Minnesota legislator whose tweet about the NBA aroused cries of racism is apologizing Monday. Rep. Pat Garofalo, a fifth-term Republican from Farmington, has faced an avalanche of criticism for suggesting this weekend that pro basketball players had criminal tendencies.
Minn. Rep. Gets Nat'l Attention After Controversial NBA TweetA Minnesota lawmaker is getting national attention for a tweet posted on his Twitter page Sunday – and some are calling it racist.
‘They’ve Used An Atom Bomb To Kill An Ant’: Attorney On Suspension After TweetIt was supposed to be joke, a sarcastic response. But a two-word tweet caused an uproar in the Elk River School District. Reid Sagehorn, 17, was suspended for seven weeks after he responded "actually, yes" when a post asked if he'd ever made-out with a teacher at Rogers High School.
Athlete Suspended Over Tweet Will Get To WrestleA Minnesota high school athlete who was suspended over a tweet has dropped his push for a court order that would allow him to compete after learning he'll be allowed to wrestle this season. Tyson Leon, a 16-year-old football player and wrestler at Shakopee High School, had argued that his tweet about "drilling" his teammates was about tackling opponents.
Minn. Athlete Challenges Suspension From SportsA Minnesota high school athlete is challenging his suspension from sports, saying a tweet about drilling his teammates was about tackling opponents and wasn't a threat. Tyson Leon, a 16-year-old football player and wrestler at Shakopee High School, says the suspension from sports is hurting his chances of getting a wrestling scholarship to attend college. However, a school district attorney said in court Tuesday that his suspension was only for football and that he will still be able to wrestle, according to the Star Tribune.