U.S. Bank illegally opened accounts for customers without their permission

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Megan Cerullo reports from CBS News about the Minneapolis-based U.S. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau conducted a five-year-long investigation and found that Bank with assets of more than $559 billion opened checking and savings accounts, credit card lines, and credit cards without the authorization of customers in an effort to increase sales.

Joey Peters, Sahan Journal reports that the state Senate Ethics Subcommittee rejected most of an ethics complaint filed against state Senator Omar Fateh. However, it recommended that he receive training from the Minnesota Campaign Finance Board. Omar was the subject of two complaints alleging that he had broken three Senate rules.

Mike Hughlett, Star Tribune Reports Xcel Energy reported a 3.4% increase in second quarter profits . This was anchored by rising electricity prices.

FOX9 shares information from National Weather Service about why Lake Superior lost more than 20° since July 19 near McQuade Harbor, Duluth.

Charles Hallman, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, talks with some of the Minnesota student athletes who took part in a field trip by 100 Big Ten Conference student and coach-athletes, administrators, coaches, staff, and other members of the conference to Selma, Alabama, for a three-day, “transformational education experience.”

Joe Nelson reports Hutchinson born singer-guitarist Debbii. Dawson wows the judges on Tuesday’s episode ” America’s Got Talent.” She performed a version of ABBA’s “Dancing Queen.”

Star Tribune: Just Ask Joel won the sixth race at Canterbury Park on Wednesday, at odds of 80-1. This was the largest win payout at the track’s historical track. The horse won $162 with a $2 win wager.

WTIP, North Shore Community Radio Luigi a Minneapolis dog who was separated from his owners. He spent 29 days in Boundary Waters Wilderness and then was safely close to the Gunflint trail.

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