People are divided on what time skyways should be closed.
The lawsuit alleges that the companies violated state lending laws by issuing loans without a license and often charging annual percentage rates of 200 percent.
FBI says the investigation is its "top priority" in Minneapolis.
A second suspect got away in a minivan, police said.
Termed a mistake by school officials, this is the district's second major data breach this year.
The project from downtown Minneapolis to 46th Street will take four years, five phases.
The 29-year-old victim died on Thanksgiving Day.
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During 1992 event, John Wahl recalled pulling out maps to direct guests to sites and restaurants from a west metro hotel. This time, he hopes to be support staff downtown at volunteer headquarters.
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Three tornadoes touched down Wednesday night as storms rolled across south central Minnesota, and as many as three other twisters might also have landed, according to the National Weather Service.
At least five touchdowns were reported, as well as rainfalls of 3-plus inches in a couple hours, on a stormy night full of watches and warnings.
A Minneapolis restaurant has fired two employees who appeared in photos wearing Nazi apparel, an announcement on the restaurant's Facebook page said.
Under the settlement, the Laura Musser Fund paid $12,000 and will do diversity training.
Parent company is in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings.
Guns, electronics and household goods were stolen.
A biology teacher at Cloquet High School, he inspired thousands of students, started a water-quality testing program called River Watch and was a mentor to many.
The city is experimenting with the technology as part of its annual smoke testing of the sewers.
The owner of Royal Orchid allegedly promised to help a teenager from the Dominican Republic get a U.S. education, then forced him to work less than $1 an hour.
The former sports talk personality went on Facebook and said he is being "wrongfully accused."