A scathing report was released Tuesday about a state agency charged with investigating elder abuse in Minnesota.
In Minnesota, Republicans are proposing an idea that would use money districts already have to improve student safety, but Democrats say that’s not enough.
Democratic lawmakers and proponents of stronger gun laws say their efforts aren’t over.
Gun control advocates say more Minnesotans are dying from gun violence than opioid use or car crashes, but is that true?
The Florida school shooting that shocked the nation is sparking tough debate about access to guns, and school safety.
The state’s newly appointed IT commissioner told state lawmakers Tuesday that if they don’t get the money, critical workers could be laid off or leave immediately.
Top Republican Senate leaders today proposed a major overhaul of security systems at Minnesota schools.
Protesters swarmed the Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda Thursday, demanding action this year on gun safety.
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal includes a major overhaul of America’s food stamp program.
Dozens of families demanded action at the State Capitol Wednesday after their loved ones were abused in Minnesota senior care facilities.
This is the election year version of the Minnesota Legislature, which means lawmakers are packing a lot of tough issues into a very short time.
Wearing red shirts and carrying signs, the group Moms Demand Action is calling for stricter limits on access to guns and stronger background checks.
Minnesota set a record last year for the number of gun background checks the FBI conducted in the state.
Thousands of young people in Minnesota and Wisconsin could face arrest and eviction from the United States.
Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled a sweeping plan Wednesday to fight Minnesota’s growing opioid abuse crisis — including a steep tax on drug manufacturers.
The Minnesota House is creating a new Task Force on Addiction and Recovery. It’s headed by a state lawmaker who is now publicly revealing his own lifetime struggle with addiction.
The Bottineau Blue would start in downtown Minneapolis and run to the quickly growing northern suburbs.
The tragic death of an Indianapolis Colts football player has reignited the debate over illegal immigration.
Tim Pawlenty, who already served as governor from 2003 to 2011, recently left his position at a Washington lobbying firm.
There are still tickets left for Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium — if you’re willing to pay for them.
Football is the most popular sport in America, and its fans are the most passionate — and overwhelmingly bipartisan.
The NFL is getting millions of dollars in perks for holding Super Bowl 52 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The president says NFL owners should fire players who kneel, calling it an attack on the national anthem and the flag.
Minnesota made a bid for Amazon’s second headquarters, but didn’t make the cut. Why? We may never know — no one will say what was in the bid.
Minnesota state officials say it will take at least six months to clear a massive backlog of abuse complaints at senior care facilities around the state.