With no downwardly adjusted minimum wage for tipped employees, Minnesota was already a very good place for servers. But it's even a little bit better following yesterday's Supreme Court ruling.SEE ALSO: Primebar allegedly flooded former Calhoun Square location by plugging sink, running water The cou ... More >>
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A judge ruled that American Family Prepaid Legal Plan and Heritage Marketing scammed elderly customers and must pay them back.
When is it a good idea to put your fate in the hands of one man, rather than 12?
Roberto De Freitas is looking at fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct charges in Hennepin County District Court.
Herkimer moto-i managers are duking in out in court.
She didn't want her husband to know she was in treatment. She wanted to save her marriage.
A judge ruled today in favor of a developer who sued the Minneapolis City Council -- targeting his claims at Councilmember Lisa Goodman -- over a Loring Park development project that was denied. Brad Hoyt is seeking $23.6 million in damages.
Two men suspected of the crimes were charged Friday for the Sunday attack in addition to multiple others at light rail stations.
Friday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
Fogo de Chao's waitstaff cry foul over the Minneapolis churrascaria's tipping policy.
A former Trocaderos employee says she was fired after she complained about repeated sexual harassment on the job.
Former Chaska seafood importer employee says he was fired for pointing out fishy business.
The complaint says Hecker has failed to repay loans totally $550 million.
The ink-stained Benedict Arnold gets his comeuppance in court
The fabled underground venue stages a last hurrah
Two troubled businesses, one big financial mess
In an age of shrinking budgets, the city of Minneapolis is spending more money than ever to settle lawsuits against the MPD
Meet 10 of Minnesota's most notorious state tax scofflaws
Six bedrooms, two baths, hardwood floors, two fireplaces; walk to lakes, Minneapolis nightlife. Shown to pre-approved buyers who aren't worried what happened to the little old lady who owned it.
Now Minnesotans can be as nasty as they wanna be
Two weeks after the election, how many judges can you remember from the ballot? Thought so.
Could a long-simmering tiff over a lawyer's right to dismiss a judge turn into a bench-clearing brawl?
At the Hennepin County courthouse, resentment over off-the-record meetings keeps simmering--off the record
A former First Avenue bartender pursues her old employer--and three men who she claims raped her--all the way to the state supreme court
If Greg Wersal has his way, Minnesota judges will soon campaign for election just like any other politicians