Hennepin County has a Valentine’s Day gift for the lovestruck and broke. The county is offering free marriage ceremonies on Feb. 14th at the somewhat-less-than-romantic Government Center.
A reporter’s notebook from a 2009 visit to immigration court.
A coach who was in the park at the time of the shooting says he instructed his team to lie flat on the ground until the shots stopped.
Famous “quid pro quo” case might be headed back to court
Housing and Urban Development officials helped shape a troubling case of “quid pro quo” in St. Paul, according to allegations from House Republicans.
Earlier this year, U.S. District Court Judge Donovan Frank issued a partial ruling in the case which supported Antoine Lee’s claim that the officers violated his Fourth Amendment protection against unlawful seizure.
The first call from a witness to the hit-and-run death of Anousone Phanthavong was made by Brian Gutterman, a registered nurse who on his way to work.
A state appeals court rules that the contract for the Lofts at Farmers Market should have been voided.
The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office released the photo to show the results of its first week of weapons screening at court facilities in Brooklyn Park, Edina, and Minnetonka.
Hennepin County installed weapons screening equipment and began screening for weapons at the three locations on April 23.
Judge Patrick J. Schiltz has taken the unusual step of sanctioning Minneapolis attorney William Butler for filing what the judge calls frivolous show-me-the-note actions.