Gov. Dayton, GOP In Stalemate Over SWLRT, Transportation Bill No matter where they live, Minnesota lawmakers agree that state highways and bridges are in desperate need of upgrades. But they are paralyzed with the politics of paying for it. Mpls. City Council Unanimously Approves $800M Boost For Streets, Parks The Minneapolis City Council unanimously voted in favor of a capital funding package Friday, providing millions annually for improving the city's streets and parks. City officials say the package will give $33 million each year for up to 20 years to...
Broad Cuts To Drug Sentences Put Minn. Legislature On Notice Lawmakers Voting On De-Funding Planned Parenthood Now Comes Time For Compromise At Minnesota Capitol Dayton Announces State Government Diversity Audit Minnesota Organization Gets $1.5M Grant To Help Minority Businesses Dayton Names Task Force On Mental Health Dayton: Executive Action On Felon Voting Rights Not Possible Legislature Debates Broadband Internet Spending Mpls. H.S. Students To March In Support Of Voting Rights Bill 4 Things To Know: Prince’s Estate, Fmr. Speaker Hastert Trial, Apple & More
Blue Herons Making A Big Comeback On Lake Peltier At one time, Anoka County’s Lake Peltier was home to the second largest blue heron nesting spot in the Twin Cities. Eagle Rescued By State Trooper Released Back Into Wild An eagle rescued by a Minnesota state trooper last month was released back into the wild on Monday.
Closures To Affect Drivers On I-94, I-35W Chanhassen, Mpls. Plan Permanent Prince Memorials DNR: Previously Unreservable Campsites To Be Made Available Gov. Dayton, GOP In Stalemate Over SWLRT, Transportation Bill Minn. U.S. Attorney Honored For Efforts Against Sex Trafficking 2 Killed In Eagan Crash, Alcohol Suspected Mpls. City Council Unanimously Approves $800M Boost For Streets, Parks Officer Who Stopped New Hope City Hall Gunman Named Officer Of The Year Anoka Man, 30, Charged In String Of Robberies St. Paul Man Pleads Guilty To Illegal Gun Dealing