The flow of Syrian refugees to the United States has slowed to a trickle. And in Minnesota, it stopped.
Minnesota Republican lawmakers are looking at an unusual funding source for three new veterans homes: U.S. Bank Stadium.
Top Democrats are pushing back against a wealthy Minnesota man who knowingly took food stamps to prove the program has too many loophole.
If Tim Pawlenty wins another term, he’s on pace to be the longest-serving governor in Minnesota history.
The fired director of Minnesota’s troubled new drivers license system defended himself before state lawmakers today.
The governor says not funding it this year could pose a threat to tens of thousands of Minnesotans who visit the Capitol every year.
During Prohibition, speakeasies were about the only place to go if you wanted a drink. Now legal, there are a number of places keeping that spirit alive.
Pawlenty served two terms as Minnesota Governor from January 6, 2003 until January 3, 2011.
There’s been a 20-year, Twin Cities stadium boom for every major professional sport, and a Big Ten Minnesota football team.
After Minnesota Senate Democrats unveiled their plan to improve safety in the state’s schools earlier this week, Republican House members are making their ideas public.
Lobbyists spent tens of millions of dollars last year to influence government officials in Minnesota. So what did it get them?
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton is warning that pre-Kindergarten programs could be in jeopardy for thousands of 4-year-olds.
Minnesota lawmakers are taking action on gun violence.
In the Minnesota House and Senate, there are currently 26 separate bills pending that restrict guns or aim to curb gun violence.
Former gubernatorial candidate and Democratic state Rep. Paul Thissen was named as one of four finalists for a Minnesota Supreme Court vacancy on Wednesday, raising the specter of Gov. Mark Dayton naming another partisan figure to the state’s highest court.
State lawmakers Wednesday took a dramatic step to curb the use of cameras in Minnesota courtrooms.
Gun control advocates are criticizing a vote by a powerful House committee Tuesday that essentially kills two gun safety measures in the state.
Minnesota lawmakers are cracking down on drunk drivers — on snowmobiles and ATVs.
Lawmakers are clashing over a renewed attempt to increase penalties for protesting that blocks traffic, transit lines or at airports.
At least 70 people die on Minnesota roads every year from distracted driving.
The State of Minnesota has invested $19.2 million into securities of companies that manufacture or sell firearms and ammunition.
New gun laws were introduced at the Minnesota State Capitol Monday morning, and there is some bipartisan support.
Republicans who control the Legislature are charting major changes to how the state handles information technology.
Sunday beer runs were made legal last summer for the first time in state history. So how’s it been going so far?
Gov. Mark Dayton is ready to lay out his plan to fund safety and security improvements in schools across Minnesota.