With four days until Election Day, tension is high across Minnesota, especially when it comes to support for the controversial marriage amendment.
The campaign trying to defeat Minnesota’s proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage is releasing a new TV ad featuring John Kriesel, a Republican state lawmaker and a military veteran who lost his legs in Iraq.
A very public war of words is brewing between two popular and controversial Minnesota House Republicans.
The Minnesota Senate voted in favor of the new stadium –- 38 to 28 — just before midnight after debating for 11 hours on Tuesday.
In football terms, you could call it ‘fourth and long’ when it comes to lawmakers approving a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.
The Minnesota Vikings are facing a daunting deadline at the state Capitol this week, but they are putting on a blitz to pass the stadium bill.
After missing a key deadline on Friday, the Vikings Stadium bill is in serious trouble at the legislature.
Freshman Minnesota Rep. John Kriesel announced Thursday morning he does not plan to seek re-election. Kriesel made the announcement on KFAN Radio.
Friday will mark five years since a Minnesota lawmaker nearly died while serving his country in Iraq.
Service members and their families are reacting to the stunning news released Tuesday that parts made by a Minnesota company were key components in explosive devices that killed and injured U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Bernard Berrian says he’s “already over” not playing in last Sunday’s game.
Jack Zimmerman, a 21-year-old soldier from Cleveland, Minn., is receiving the Purple Heart from someone who is familiar with his experience.
It’s day one of the 2011 Minnesota Legislative Session and there are a lot of new faces at the State Capitol this year.