Judge: Ex-Minn. golf coach proved discrimination
MINNEAPOLIS -- A former University of Minnesota women's golf coach was discriminated against because she's a lesbian and is entitled to nearly $360,000, a Hennepin County judge ruled Tuesday.
Judge Thomas Sipkins found that former coach Kathryn Brenny is entitled to double her back pay and compensation for mental anguish — in all, $359,588, plus attorneys' fees, the St. Paul Pioneer Press (http://bit.ly/1p9c0ZL) reported.
Brenny's treatment by the school and by John Harris, a former pro golfer who was then head of the university's golf program, was discriminatory and broke the... read more
- 14:48 ASU basketball adds 7-foot big man to talented 2018 recruiting class
- 14:24 Fans react to Arizona Diamondbacks game exclusively on Facebook
- 14:01 NFL mock draft: Where will Arizona high school products get picked...
- 13:43 US to end special protections for 9,000 Nepalese immigrants
- 13:33 'Busy' Trump admits he didn't get wife much for her birthday
- 13:31 More kids have autism, better diagnosis may be the reason
- 12:54 White House takes questions at Take Your Kid to Work Day
- 12:00 White House says Trump to visit UK in July
- 10:50 Mattis: Administration still weighing Iran nuke deal
- 10:50 The Latest: Trump says he did stay overnight in Moscow