Rassier To File Suit Seeking $2M In Damages From Wetterling InvestigatorsA lawsuit seeking more than $2 million in damages by a man publicly named as a person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case will be filed in federal court Wednesday.
Congressman Tim Walz Announces He Is Running For GovernorDemocratic U.S. Rep. Tim Walz is running for governor of Minnesota.
Talking Points: Working Together To Fix Health CarePresident Donald Trump’s health care bill went down to defeat last week with conservatives rebelling at what they called "Obamacare-lite."
Trump Seeks Extra Immigration Judge For BloomingtonThe Trump administration hopes to speed up deportations by sending extra immigration judges to 12 U.S. cities, including Bloomington.
Talking Points: GOP Health Care Plan, Town Hall MeetingsThe U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote this week on the American Health Care Act, the GOP bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare. But the plan is coming under fire from both Democrats and conservative Republicans.
Judges Block Revised Travel Ban; Trump Vows To Fight OnThe Maryland plaintiffs argued the ban illegally reduces the number of refugees authorized to enter the U.S. this year.
'Trump Slump' Expected To Hit Minnesota Tourism EconomySome say international visitors afraid to come to the U.S. because of the president's immigration policies.
MDHS: 1.2M Minnesotans Will See Reduced Coverage Under GOP Health Care BillRepublican lawmakers insist their health care plan will be cheaper and cover more people than the Congressional Budget Office predicts.
Talking Points: Big Pay Hike For Minnesota LawmakersWhen voters last year overwhelmingly backed a constitutional amendment stripping lawmakers of the ability to give themselves a pay hike, many voters may have missed the fine print.
Tim Kaine's Son Arrested In St. Paul Protest, Charges PossibleThe son of former Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine was one of six people arrested at a Pro-Donald Trump rally in St. Paul.
Officers Suing Dealer Who Provided Gun In New Hope City Hall ShootingTwo police officers are speaking out for the first time about being shot during a New Hope City council meeting two years ago.
Ahead Of New Travel Ban, Minnesota Somalis Seek Asylum In CanadaAhead of President Donald Trump's new travel ban, Canadian officials report a sharp increase in illegal border crossings, mostly by Somalis from Minnesota into Canada.

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