Minnesota

PHILADELPHIA | Nick Foles will start for Eagles vs. Bears

PHILADELPHIA  — Nick Foles will start at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles despite a chest injury when the defending Super Bowl champions play the Chicago Bears in an NFC wild-card game next Sunday. Eagles coach Doug Pederson says Foles is “feeling good” and will be ready to go against the Bears (12-4). He says Nate … Continue reading PHILADELPHIA | Nick Foles will start for Eagles vs. Bears

Ravens win AFC North, Eagles, Colts get wild cards

The playoff chase went down to the final minutes of the season Sunday, when Baltimore squeezed in as AFC North winner, and defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia got some help to secure an NFC wild card. That left Pittsburgh and Minnesota out. Kansas City (12-4) grabbed the AFC’s top seed, followed by New England (11-5), … Continue reading Ravens win AFC North, Eagles, Colts get wild cards

ST. PAUL, Minn. | Minnesota lawmakers discuss reining in soaring insulin costs

ST. PAUL, Minn.— Minnesota lawmakers are considering steps they could take to rein in the soaring cost of insulin, which one couple says has become so expensive that their diabetic son could no longer afford it and died. State Sen. Matt Little convened an informal discussion at the state Capitol on Tuesday to gather information … Continue reading ST. PAUL, Minn. | Minnesota lawmakers discuss reining in soaring insulin costs

FOREST LAKE, Minn | Minnesota church ends 70-year tradition of lutefisk dinner

FOREST LAKE, Minn— A 70-year tradition of serving a lutefisk dinner has ended at a Minnesota church with an obituary penned by the pastor. Faith Lutheran Church in Forest Lake, Minnesota, would serve a Scandinavian dinner featuring the pungent, jellylike fish the first Tuesday in December. But the Rev. John Klawiter wrote an obituary for … Continue reading FOREST LAKE, Minn | Minnesota church ends 70-year tradition of lutefisk dinner

Trophy Whitetail Hunting Lodge & Preserve Hits the Auction Block

  SAINT CLOUD, MINN./ NOVEMBER 29, 2018 (STL.News) Hunting enthusiasts and qualified buyers will have the opportunity to bid on Minnesota’s first five-star hunting lodge located near Brainerd, Minnesota. United Strategic Client Services in conjunction with Sunbelt Business Advisors will offer the recreational hunting lodge and preserve during an online event ending December 13 at … Continue reading Trophy Whitetail Hunting Lodge & Preserve Hits the Auction Block

Minnesota News: Minnesota Temporary Agency Owner, MAI NHIA VUE Sentenced To Three Years In Prison For Failing To Pay Taxes

Minneapolis, Ma. – United States Attorney Erica MacDonald today announced the sentencing of MAI NHIA VUE, 47, to 38 months in federal prison for failing to pay payroll taxes. VUE pleaded guilty on May 16, 2018, to one count of willful failure to pay payroll taxes and was sentenced on November 27, 2018, by Judge … Continue reading Minnesota News: Minnesota Temporary Agency Owner, MAI NHIA VUE Sentenced To Three Years In Prison For Failing To Pay Taxes

NEW YORK, N.J. | States eye sports betting, wrestle with regulatory details

NEW YORK, N.J.  — Numerous U.S. states are considering jumping on the legal sports betting bandwagon, even as they struggle with the details of regulating it. How much to tax it, and how to regulate mobile betting on phones are emerging as thorny issues for states. So far, seven states offer legal sports betting: Nevada, … Continue reading NEW YORK, N.J. | States eye sports betting, wrestle with regulatory details

MINNEAPOLIS | Rape case prosecutor: China billionaire’s wealth irrelevant

MINNEAPOLIS  — It’s been nearly three months since Chinese billionaire Richard Liu was arrested in Minneapolis on allegations he raped a university student, and there’s still no word on whether he will face criminal charges. Prosecutors say Liu’s wealth has nothing to do with their consideration of the case. A look at where things stand: … Continue reading MINNEAPOLIS | Rape case prosecutor: China billionaire’s wealth irrelevant