Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed four Republican-sponsored bills Friday that made major changes to the state’s civil legal system, describing the legislation as the product of special interest groups and again criticizing legislative Republicans, saying they’re “too extreme to lead.”
Minnesota House and Senate panels will be taking their first looks at plans for the resumption of wolf hunting and trapping.
In our internet age it’s something we so take for granted — the open and easy access to both information and entertainment.
The Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel is closely studying Xcel Energy Inc.’s request for a $141.9 million electricity rate hike, which would raise the typical residential customer’s monthly bill by about 6 percent.
Don’t let Thursday’s cold temperatures make you worry about winter heating costs, you could soon be getting a rebate from Xcel Energy.
Some companies around the Twin Cities say a corporation they’ve never done business with is sending them bills for hundreds of dollars.
Colorado provided 42 percent of Xcel Energy profits during the second quarter of 2011.
A House panel has voted to invalidate ordinances preventing Minneapolis and St. Paul police from asking about a person’s immigration status unless related to a crime.
At least three Minnesota counties are waiting for the Republican Party of Minnesota to reimburse them for document-copying costs stemming from the November election.
Sheriff’s deputies in Mower County in southern Minnesota are looking for the burglar who stole $3,000 in collectible coins and bills from a woman in Austin Township over the weekend.
The Minnesota House passed an education funding bill early Wednesday that increases per-pupil payments to public schools while also making major changes to how schools operate, including ending the current teacher tenure system and banning teacher strikes.
A House panel has approved a proposal to put the most dangerous sex offenders away for open-ended prison terms as lawmakers search for new ways to deal with the soaring cost of confining sexual predators.
A bill attempting to head off possible human cloning is starting its travel through Minnesota’s Legislature.
You sign up for a $50 cell phone plan, but the bill comes to more than $60. It’s the same story with your cable TV bill. So, what are all of those fees and where does the money actually go?