Joey Peters, Sahan Journal reports 47 people were arrested Tuesday for their alleged participation in embezzlement more than $250 millions from government programs during the Feeding Our Future investigation.
Bring Me The News staff reports that it is a offense to possess a detached converter, unless you can prove legal ownership.
Paul Walsh of the Star Tribune reports that there were charges against a group of phone robbers who stole cell phones from people in downtown Minneapolis and Dinkytown in Minneapolis. They “drained their transaction apps of more than $275,000 before selling the phones to a man who shipped them to overseas buyers, according to Tuesday’s charges.”
MPR’s Dan Kraker reports Great Lake Cruise Ships had an excellent year and we hope to have more.
KARE 11 staff reports there’s going to be a lot more crispy out today after today’s hot weather.
The Associated Press reports the NBA has fined Anthony Edwards of the Timberwolves for homophobic comments he posted on social media.
Jay Boller of Racket reports that the Mankato Hardee where MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell was seized by FBI says the execution of the search warrant did not take place at Hardee’s on 1405 Madison Ave., or the one just across the street off Hwy. He claims that his girlfriend runs 169. Boller writes that Mahowald stated the same thing while being interviewed by The Free Press. However, Boller quickly dismissed the experience by citing FBI confirmation.”