Lawmakers Have No Plans To Address MNsure CostsState lawmakers have no scheduled plans to discuss the rising health care premiums set to affect thousands of Minnesotans.
Dayton Visits Madelia In Wake Of Devastating FireGovernor Mark Dayton headed to southwest Minnesota Friday to visit a small town after most of its main street was destroyed by fire.
Dayton, Lawmakers Expected To Decide On Special Session This WeekGovernor Mark Dayton and Minnesota lawmakers are expected to decide this week whether to call a special session.
Lawmakers Debate Special Session To Discuss Disparities Among Black CommunityMinnesota's lawmakers and community leaders are brainstorming how to aid their state's hurting black community in a possible special session, though some acknowledge the issues may prove too weighty to take on in a one-day legislative blitz.
Memorial Service Held Thursday For Bruce DaytonA memorial service will be held Thursday for family and friends of Governor Mark Dayton's father, Bruce. The 97-year-old businessman and philanthropist died on Friday at his home in Long Lak surrounded by his family.
4 Things To Know: Minnesota Lynx Day, Farmington Homicide, Diet Soda & MoreFrom the Minnesota Lynx to Coca-Cola and Pepsi, here's a look at the top four stories for Friday, Oct. 16, 2015.
I-94 In Rogers Reopens With More Lanes, Less TrafficDrivers traveling along Interstate 94 in the northwest metro are receiving some good news Tuesday. I-94 will now have more lanes, more ramps and less traffic.
Dayton Sets Up Office To Target Economic Disparities Among MinoritiesGovernor Mark Dayton is creating a new office to help workers and businesses of color find jobs and opportunity in Minnesota.
Black Lives Matter Will Not Disrupt Twin Cities MarathonOrganizers with the St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter say protesters will not disrupt the Twin Cities Marathon.
4 Things To Know: Minnesota's Small Business Day, Unhappy College Grads And MoreFrom Minnesota's small business day to the possible government shutdown to the reason college grads are so unhappy, here's a look at the four stories to know about for Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015.
Dayton Out With 10-Point Plan To Rescue Pheasant PopulationGov. Mark Dayton released a 10-point plan Monday for addressing a long decline in Minnesota's pheasant population, with some steps for helping the game bird underway and other goals that will be closely tracked for signs of progress.
Dayton Declares Monday Minnesota Overdose Awareness DayIn honor of International Overdose Awareness Day, Governor Mark Dayton has proclaimed August 31 as Minnesota Overdose Awareness Day.