Minnesota’s top business leaders are pushing for a state law to stop cities from adopting sick leave and minimum wage policies.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Anne McKeig to the Minnesota Supreme Court Tuesday.
State emergency officials say they have trained 5,700 first responders since 2014 on what to do in case of an oil train derailment and explosion.
The Orlando massacre prompted dramatic action by House Democrats, who ended a raucous 24-hour sit-in Thursday to get a vote on gun control.
The Minnesota Vikings are officially moving from Eden Prairie to Eagan. The Eagan City Council unanimously approved the Vikings’ plans to build a new headquarters and training facility in the Twin Cities suburb.
Trump is reporting that he has $1,289,508 cash on hand. That’s less than many candidates in state races, including Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The U.S. Senate was slated to vote Monday on four different amendments related to gun control and terrorism. None of the measures, however, are expected to pass
Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy seized the floor unexpectedly on Wednesday morning, trying to force a Senate vote on two gun safety measures.
One of the few surviving Minnesota houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is on the market in St. Louis Park, a Minneapolis suburb.
A federal appeals court on Monday threw out the $1.8 million defamation verdict awarded to former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura.
If you’re wondering what the inside of U.S. Bank Stadium looks like, here is your chance to find out. The Minnesota Sports Authority is offering free tickets, starting Friday.
The head of the Minneapolis NAACP is reacting strongly to a letter to the editor from a powerful Republican lawmaker.
Gov. Mark Dayton let a $260 million tax relief bill die overnight Tuesday. The bill included tax relief for farmers, college graduates and parents with child care costs. But it also had a wording error in it that could have cost the state more than $100 million
Major tax breaks for farmers, students and parents are at risk if legislative leaders don’t call a special session soon to reach an agreement.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Friday he will veto a recently-passed tax bill unless state lawmakers agree to his demands to call a special session on other issues. If the bill goes down, many popular items will go down with it.
A one-word mistake in a tax bill passed by the 2016 legislature could end up costing millions.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton said Wednesday he won’t call a special session until top lawmakers agree to a list of projects.
The race for control of the legislature has begun, even though the 2016 session still has unfinished business.
Gov. Mark Dayton says Minnesota lawmakers punished the State High School League because of Republican opposition to the league’s transgender athlete policy.
A remarkable conservation effort is underway to save the world-famous paintings and murals inside the State Capitol.
Minnesota’s largest anti-smoking advocacy groups denounced a tobacco tax break Tuesday, which passed on the last day of the 2016 legislative session. Those groups are now pressuring Gov. Mark Dayton to veto the entire tax bill.
The Minnesota Legislature ended Sunday night without passing the biggest bills of the year. And as the smoke clears Monday, the finger pointing has begun.
Minnesota lawmakers scrambled Sunday to finalize their plans for a $900 million budget surplus.
Lawmakers have until midnight to figure out what to do with the state budget surplus, road and bridge funding and a massive public works bill.
It is a monument to nobody famous. But the unusual memorial taking shape on the State Capitol Mall is for people who are seldom celebrated.