Cole Frey and his fiance, Adam Block, wanted to have their wedding at LeBlanc's Rice Creek Hunting and Recreation in Little Falls. But when the business owner found out the wedding involved two dudes, they told the couple to look elsewhere.Frey and Block informed officials in the state's Department ... More >>
Horner gets a chance to defend himself.Steve Horner doesn't think Chad Hartman gave him a fair shake. On his WCCO-830 radio show two weeks ago, Hartman devoted a segment to heckling Horner's plans to sue Minnesota's Department of Human Rights for rejecting his latest ladies' night complaint ... More >>
Horner's been on a quest to criminalize ladies' night for 20 years
Brotherly love reigns.Steve Horner hasn't exactly been the ideal brother to his gubernatorial-hopeful sibling, Tom Horner, during the past few months. First there was Steve's anti-ladies' night crusade. He filed complaints against five bars in the Twin Cities earlier this year for discrimin ... More >>
Steve Horner will tell you just what's on his mind. Even if he probably shouldn't.There's something to be said about a guy with no filter. That's Steve Horner, brother of the Independence Party-endorsed gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner. While Tom has made headlines with his political ambiti ... More >>
Christmas at the Horners must be a blast.Independence Party-endorsed gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner can't happy about the attention his brother, Steve Horner, is getting from the media. First there was the anti-Ladies' Night campaign, during which a years-old Daily Show segment surfaced ... More >>
The two Anoka-Hennepin teachers accused of using gay slurs against a student based on his perceived sexuality are on leave and won't start the school year.
A man sues the Mall of America for discrimination after security guards hounded him for "suspicious" behavior i.e. sitting on a bench, drinking a mocha, and waiting for his lunch date.
Judge denies unemployment benefits to Northwest mechanics
Why is the city's civil rights office such a chronic mess?
The cops are reluctant to talk about it. City officials flatly refuse. Who pushed the "mute" button on the most explosive affirmative-action lawsuit Minneapolis has seen in decades?
A harassment suit filed by the first women to work in northern Minnesota's taconite mines set a precedent for suits over hostile work environments. But nearly 16 years after they went to court, the plaintiffs still haven't recouped a penny.
The state Supreme Court is expected to rule on whether vulgar language alone can constitute sexual harassment