Innocence Project argues that Haynes, now 35, was wrongfully convicted based on faulty eyewitness identification.
Concrete barriers and lawlessness cut their income and crushed their property values, lawsuit alleges.
One of Derek Chauvin's lawyers said his client's parents "are just upset and disgusted with how everything has transpired in terms of transparency."
The project will demolish existing buildings to make way for five others that will offer seamless care for patients.
Roslyn Harmon aims to create opportunities for more open discussion.
Lindell's previous attorneys recently announced they would have to walk away from the cases because of millions in unpaid fees.
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Don't worry much about the departed Dean Evason. Hockey coaches always get second (and third, and fourth) chances.
Football Across Minnesota: Props to Chanhassen's Cullen Nelson and Edina's Jason Potts for going for the win at the Prep Bowl instead of playing conservatively — like another coach did at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Responses sound off on our columnist's take on whether a man should have been hired to cover a feminist icon.