There’s a major push underway to unionize Minnesota’s 11,000 home day care workers.
Gov. Mark Dayton has the power to make a single decision that would divide day care providers across the state.
The judge overseeing appeals from the Minnesota government shutdown has restored funding for a child-care program that serves nearly 16,000 children in more than 9,000 low-income families.
A new Minnesota law requires more CPR training for teachers and staff in child care centers.
The Minnesota Senate is set to vote on a new bill which would require every worker at day care centers in the state to be trained in CPR.
A baby girl is recovering from severe burns she suffered at a St. Paul day care Tuesday afternoon.
Chaska police said an act of carelessness and negligence caused a loaded handgun to be left just feet away from a day care center earlier in April.
A new bill, sparked by a WCCO-TV I-TEAM investigation into a little girl’s death, is closer to becoming law.
Two Minnesota lawmakers are seeking stricter CPR training requirements for child care centers after a tragedy involving a 4-year-old girl in North Mankato.
An I-TEAM investigation into the death of a little girl at her daycare has the attention of state lawmakers.
A Minnesota mother is demanding answers after she says her two year old, Ryker Hacker, walked right out of not one but two Southern Minnesota day cares, two days in a row.