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Lakeville Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Teenage Girl

A 24-year-old Lakeville man is facing four felony counts of criminal sexual conduct after he allegedly pointed a gun at a girl's head and forced her to have sex with him.

Police were called to the 1300 block of Robert Trail South in Rosemount last Tuesday on a report of a sexual assault on progress.

Rosemount School Locked Down after Parent Calls Police on Son

A Rosemount High School student's mom called police after finding bomb making materials in the family's Lakeville home. The school was placed on lockdown Wednesday while the school and home were searched, according to police.

The district sent an email to all parents that said the school was never threatened.

Founder of Burnsville Company Indicted for Investment Fraud Scheme

The founder of a Burnsville company that made indoor air testing equipment is accused of defrauding investors of more than $2.5 million.
    

Vikings' Motives for Doing 'the Right Thing' Questioned

Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, right, speaks as executive vice president & general manager Rick Spielman, left, owner/chairman Mark Wilf, second from left, and executive vice president legal affairs Kevin Warren listen during a news conference. - Photo: AP/Ann Heisenfelt

When the Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday morning they had 'made a mistake' on Monday in bringing back Adrian Peterson following his indictment on a felony child abuse charge in Texas, did they really make the right decision?

Minn. Supreme Court Candidate Found Not Guilty of DWI, Guilty on Other Charges

Michelle MacDonald - Photo: KSTP-TV

The Minnesota Republican Party’s endorsed candidate for Supreme Court has been found not-guilty in Dakota County of driving while intoxicated. Michelle MacDonald was found guilty on charges including obstruction of arrest, refusing to submit to a test and speeding.

Big Box Liquor Stores Forcing Mom and Pop Operations out of Minn.

Fairview Wine & Spirits in Roseville is a true mom and pop operation. Mom Sandy Burwell, pop Steve, and daughter Stacy have kept the store going for nearly 30 years. Now though, times are changing.

"Total Wine has gotten a piece of us," Steve Burwell said. "It’s been kind of a bumpy road for the last six months to be honest with you."

Fed. Government sues Corinthian Colleges for Alleged Predatory Lending

For-profit school Corinthian Colleges is being sued by the federal government over alleged predatory lending.

The government is suing for $500 million on behalf of the students who say they took out private loans through the college.