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After 43 Years, Sexual Abuse Victim Settles with Archdiocese

Fr. Thomas Stitts - Photo: Jeff Anderson and Associates

A former Minnesota man says he's finally getting justice for what a Catholic priest did to him.

Fifty-four-year-old Jon Jaker says Fr. Thomas Stitts sexually abused him at St. Leo's Catholic Church in St. Paul in 1971.

Stitts died in 1985 but now, after a change in state law, the victim sued the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

State's First Brewery Co-Op About to Open

Minnesota has more than 50 breweries and about 800 co-ops. Now, in the not too distant future, we'll have our first brewery co-op.

Niko Tonks, Matt Hauck, and Evan Sallee - old college buddies and home brewers - are the brains behind the business, called Fair State Brewing Cooperative.

Target Profits Down, Sales Flat as Expected

Target shareholders are expected to make less money in 2014. The Minneapolis-based retailer released its second-quarter results Wednesday. Sales were flat and profit earnings were down 62 percent, when including costs of the massive data breach.

Target announced a data hack in the middle of the holiday season which put the information for millions of customers at risk.

2 Charged in Death of Man Found By Burning Dumpster

24-year-old Manuel Guzman - Photo: Hennepin County Sheriff's Office

Two men have been charged in the death of a man whose burning body set a dumpster on fire earlier this month, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Mike Freeman.

Mpls. Police Issues Crime Alert after 17 Robberies this Month

The city of Minneapolis has issued a crime alert for three neighborhoods. There have been 17 robberies in the Corcoran, Central and Powderhorn neighborhoods so far in August, according to the Minneapolis Police Department.

2nd Degree Murder Charges Filed in Deadly South Mpls. Shooting

Charges were filed Tuesday in the deadly shooting of a man in South Minneapolis on Friday.

Fifty-nine-year-old Rico Patrick Howard of Minneapolis has been charged with second-degree murder for the death of Kenneth Madison of Minneapolis.

Helicopter Training Could Continue Through Mid-Week in Mpls., St. Paul

Authorities are releasing more information about the Department of Defense training exercise in the Twin Cities Monday night that had people taking to social media and calling KSTP about low-flying military helicopters.