Kristen Leigh Painter from the Star Tribune reports Cargill Inc. and the other poultry operators settled a Department of Justice lawsuit that was filed Monday alleging that the companies conspired with the Department of Justice to suppress wages at its processing plants workers. Cargill’s proposed $4.5 million joint acquisition of Sanderson Farms by Continental Grain triggered the antitrust investigation.
Brittney Emon of KSTP has the story Ukrainian soldiers arrive in Minnesota to receive stateof-the-art prosthetic limbs at Minneapolis-based Limb Lab.
David Schuman from WCCO reports with no significant rain forecast, drought for Minnesota farmers will likely continue getting worse.
Eva Andersen of KARE-11 has the story Shorewood resident Sarah St. Louis. She displays a Disability Pride flag that was created each July by Ann Magill in memory of her two sons.
Adam Uren from Bring Me the News reports Roseville Grumpy’s Bar & Grill will be closed for good on Saturday.
Landon Mion reports that, after the opening act Night Ranger had played for two hours and high winds stopped Friday night’s concert at North Dakota State Fair so that headliner Kid Rock could take to the stage. The venue was then trashed by angry fans.
R.I.P. Tim Giago is an Oglala Lakota journalist, and publisher:
Tim Giago has died. Oglala Lakota journalist Tim Giago, who created Lakota Times and Indian Country Today, as well as Native Sun News, has died. He fought for Natives to have a free press for many decades. It was an honor knowing him. Tim, thank you Wopila. I was among the first people to believe in you. RIP pic.twitter.com/xqVyArX8mh
Ruth H. Robertson (Red Road Woman), (@Ruth_HHopkins July 25, 2022