State officials are warning that hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans could lose Medicaid coverage under the health care reform bill Congress is debating.
Both sides are sworn to secrecy as they try to bridge their impasse.
Top Republican leaders are warning of layoffs at the legislature because Democratic Governor Mark Dayton vetoed their operating funds.
Minnesota government leaders are hesitant even though some recent demonstrations turned into heated confrontations.
Minnesota’s top elected officials begin court-ordered mediation this week in a budget dispute that is now threatening hundreds of jobs.
The company says it has detected that some accounts spent $100,000 on at least 3,000 ads, mostly on divisive issues.
Minnesota is entering a 50-state sweepstakes to win one of the most lucrative prizes in a generation.
The American Gaming Association estimates $4.7 billion was wagered on the Super Bowl last year with the majority coming from illegal bets.
Thousands of people have signed a petition to take down a statue of Christopher Columbus at the Minnesota State Capitol and replace it with one of Prince.
State officials estimate there are thousands of young Minnesotans who were brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents.
Mini donuts are more than a State Fair staple. For many Fairgoers they are an annual article of faith. But if you buy it from Grandstand Mini Donuts, you get a side serving of progressive politics.
The group of faith leaders at the meeting represents millions of Christans, Jews and Muslims in Minnesota.
Republicans who control the Minnesota House and Senate are suing Gov. Dayton after he vetoed the legislature’s operating funds in a budget dispute.
Dayton line-item vetoed their funding to force top Republicans to rework major tax breaks and other measures he signed into law earlier this year.
What’s the favorite food of Minnesota State Fair-goers? It turns out we love the Minnesota classics.
The Minnesota Supreme Court announced a historic change to how it operates Wednesday.
Conservative State Senator Dave Osmek announced Tuesday he is running for governor as a “Minnesota Values” candidate.
The State of Minnesota does not have monuments to the Confederacy, but that does not mean its statues and memorials are without controversy.
Take Action Minnesota went to Jason Lewis’s house on Wednesday because they said he refuses to hold a town hall meeting.
The three-year, $310-million renovation of the Minnesota State Capitol is complete.
A Minnesota lawmaker is reviving attempts to impose tougher penalties on protesters who shut down freeways.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says its new $90 million motor vehicle license system is up and running today. That’s after a series of glitches caused problems for people getting license tabs and plates. And auto dealers are now reporting problems for new car buyers.
Minnesota’s new computer system for motor vehicle tabs and licenses was shut down for several hours Thursday morning.
Lawmakers say the pay hike is justified because of the long hours on the job, and that it’s hard to get good people to run for office.
Some good news for Minnesotans who buy their own health care insurance — premium rates for next year should be mostly unchanged.