A 12-year old Minnesota girl won a long fight Thursday to get legal rights for foster children like her.
Lakeville Police say they have encountered multiple cases of police impersonators, including one who investigated cases and showed up at crime scenes.
Top Democrats at the Minnesota Capitol are warning the Legislature could be heading toward a chaotic end.
The Minnesota House passed two controversial anti-abortion bills Monday night despite the governor’s threat to veto them.
Gov. Dayton has made statewide pre-Kindergarten one of his biggest priorities for the remaining two years of his administration.
The Republican-led Legislature is ready to test Gov. Mark Dayton with a bill that would ban Minnesota cities from setting their own minimum wage and paid sick leave rules.
Minnesota lawmakers appear headed for another roadblock over transportation funding.
The top Democrat in the Minnesota House says she will not apologize for calling out her male colleagues, who she says are “silencing” women lawmakers — especially women of color.
Minnesota lawmakers are approving a series of abortion restrictions this year — despite a veto threat from Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton.
While it’s true that taxpayers subsidize every passenger on the light rail, it’s less than you think and less than other common transit systems.
Minnesota’s top tax official says deep cuts to state budgets could result in months-long delays to tax returns next year.
The carved wood paneled room includes original 1905 furniture and light fixtures, as well as a fireplace.
The Minnesota House approved a surprise measure Thursday to allow Enbridge Oil Company to complete an oil pipeline across central Minnesota.
It all stems from comments about a card game in the House retiring room she made on Monday that they say are offensive.
Minnesota’s Legislative Auditor has opened an investigation into a program that rewards workers for saving the state money.
A top Republican lawmaker is calling for the resignation of the House Democratic leader for comments he says are “racist.”
The Minnesota House Monday approved a sweeping public safety bill that includes tough new measures to limit mass protests.
Minnesota lawmakers are assembling the biggest spending bills of the year. Some are suddenly in trouble.
Republicans on a State House Committee on Wednesday voted to abolish Minnesota’s health care exchange.
Republicans at the State Capitol today unveiled a far-reaching tax cut plan they say is aimed at middle class Minnesotans.
Republican lawmakers at the Minnesota Legislature are asking the State Corrections Department to buy or lease the privately-owned prison in Appleton.
Minnesota House Republicans are cueing up cuts to some health care programs and state government agencies while drumming up nearly $1.4 billion in tax relief.
Republican Speaker Kurt Daudt says House lawmakers won’t get that raise — even though voters approved it.
Minnesota lawmakers are advancing bills to stop political campaign workers from receiving benefits after the election is over.
Hundreds of advocates for the homeless came to the capitol Tuesday asking lawmakers to fund programs they say could dramatically reduce the number of people without a place to call home.