CREDIT CARDS

North Dakota merchants sue Federal Reserve over debit card fees

NEW YORK – Two trade groups representing businesses in North Dakota filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Federal Reserve, asking the agency to lower its 10-year-old cap on “swipe” fee banks charge to process debit card transactions. The lawsuit, filed by the North Dakota Retail Association and the North Dakota Petroleum Marketers Association in U.S. District Court, argues that the…

10-Year-Old Girl Who Took Family Vehicle & Credit Cards Found Safe In Maple Grove

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption MAPLE GROVE, Minn. — A 10-year-old girl who police in Fridley, Minnesota say took a vehicle from her home Tuesday morning and drove around the Twin Cities, has been found safe. Around 10:30 Wednesday morning, Maple Grove police officers found Ava Whitfield at a Walgreens. They also found the vehicle….

Three Arrested After Discovery of Stolen Credit Cards, Driver’s Licenses

Authorities say the three were arrested during a traffic stop over license plate violations

1/3 Gerald Adderly Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Brandon Christian Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Christina Meyers Show Caption Hide Caption BISMARCK, ND — Three people have been arrested after North Dakota authorities say they stole nearly 50 credit cards and the identities of more than 30 people. Christina Meyers, 31 and 36-year-old Brandon Christian, both from Wisconsin and 40-year-old…