Adults who suffered childhood sexual abuse and want to file civil lawsuits will have much wider access to the courts under a bill awaiting Gov. Mark Dayton’s signature.
On Wednesday, lawmakers who took a risk by supporting the bill are getting some political help. A political action committee has formed just for them, as lawmakers who voted yes might need help to get re-elected — some admitted the vote might have hurt them back home.
The national momentum on gay marriage has been limited mostly to the East and West coasts, but it looks like that’s about to change.
A member of a right-to-die group facing assisted-suicide charges in Minnesota has died after a long battle with prostate cancer.
There’s a call for change after a WCCO report. Last week, WCCO shared the results of a germ test from some Twin Cities indoor playgrounds.
A poem that serves as a tribute to the state of Minnesota is in line for a tribute itself.
The voters in Colorado and Washington State were clear in approving ballot initiatives that make using small amounts of marijuana legal. But the federal law is equally clear, classifying marijuana as an illegal drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act. So how can a state pass a law that contradicts federal law?
A federal judge says Minnesota can enforce the key parts of a challenged state law requiring political groups to disclose campaign fundraising and spending.
Conservative critics of Minnesota’s same-day voter registration system told a federal judge it allows too many ineligible people to cast ballots.
Investigators in Texas say they have no intention to arrest a father who killed a man while trying to protect his 4-year-old daughter.
As part of a new law recently signed by Gov. Mark Dayton, Minnesota prosecutors now have the right to carry firearms — even in the courthouse.
Minnesota prosecutors have new authority to arm themselves on duty.
A Minnesota law is being credited with saving lives behind the wheel.
The University of North Dakota resumed using its contentious Fighting Sioux nickname Wednesday even though it triggered NCAA sanctions, leaving some fans weary of the seven-year fight over a moniker that critics believe is demeaning.
State Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius is going to Rochester to discuss the state’s request for the waiver to sections of the federal No Child Left Behind law in the first stop in a statewide tour.
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