It started in 1961 as The Little Team on the Prairie. It’s now one of the most valuable sports franchises in America.
It’s beginning to look like a federal government shutdown is more and more likely, and it could have dramatic effects in Minnesota.
Minnesota is losing home health care workers and nurses at an alarming rate — at a time when state officials say we are going to need them more than ever.
President Trump claims 3 million to 5 million people voted illegally in the election that he won, but the arithmetic doesn’t support that.
Their salary rose from $31,141 a year, to $45,000 — but that does not include money they also receive for their daily expenses.
Minnesota Democrats are ramping up their calls for Republican State Senator Michelle Fischbach to resign.
Problems at Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services continue almost six months after a computer upgrade. Now government officials are getting involved.
Minneapolis City Council members and the new mayor are ringing in the new year with a bang.
Minnesota’s new Republican lieutenant governor says she’ll reject the job’s higher salary as she plans to maintain her seat in the state Senate.
This week marks the end of the turbulent first year in office for President Donald Trump.
For many Minnesota taxpayers, this tax bill is fraught with uncertainty.
Women make up more than half of the population, but only a small percentage of elected officials.
Smith will serve in Franken’s stead until a special election can be held in November 2018.
Franken’s replacement will serve less than a year, until a special election in November 2018. The winner of the special election will serve out the last two years of Franken’s term.
When you hear that everyone is reaping the rewards from the surging stock market — don’t believe it.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has set a special election date for two seats vacated by lawmakers who faced sexual harassment allegations.
An Army veteran said that Franken cupped her breast in December 2003, during a USO tour photo op.
Sen. Al Franken says he’ll cooperate fully with an Ethics Committee investigation, but what does that mean?
The IT company will provide the software, implementation services, conversion, and training for Minnesota’s driver’s license IT system.
On TV, and in written statements, Sen. Al Franken has repeatedly apologized after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment.
House and Senate Republicans in Washington have high hopes this Thanksgiving holiday.
A Minnesota woman says Sen. Franken grabbed her backside in 2010 while the two took a photo at the State Fair.
A growing number of women in politics are going public with stories of harassment — and it’s not just here in Minnesota.
As sexual harassment allegations continue to mount at the State Capitol, Gov. Mark Dayton spoke out for the first time on camera since stories surfaced last week.
DFL Representative Laurie Halverson says she’s been harassed “many times” at the State Capitol, by lawmakers from both parties.