Gov. Dayton Declares Oct. 22 'Jacob Wetterling Day'Gov. Mark Dayton has declared Oct. 22, 2016, "Jacob Wetterling Day" in Minnesota.
Dayton To Daudt: No Time For Special SessionGov. Mark Dayton says time has run out for a special legislative session.
GOP Demand Dayton Rescind Severance Payments To Top OfficialsMinnesota Republican leaders Tuesday demanded that Gov. Mark Dayton rescind large severance payments to three top administration officials who voluntarily resigned.
St. Cloud Police Chief: Mall Stabber Likely A 'Lone Attacker'Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton plans to travel to St. Cloud to meet with city officials about the weekend stabbing at a local mall that is being investigated as a potential act of terrorism.
First Native American Woman Takes Seat On Minn. Supreme CourtAnne McKeig has taken her spot on the Minnesota Supreme Court, becoming the first American Indian judge on the state's highest court.
I-35W Bridge To Be Blue For 11 Nights In Wetterling's HonorMinneapolis' Interstate 35W Bridge will shine blue for 11-straight nights in honor of Jacob Wetterling.
Dayton: Feds Shouldn't Presume State Will Back Red River Flood ProjectMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is warning federal officials not to presume his state will approve a permit for a Red River flood diversion around the cities of Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota.
Dayton Warns Feds Not To Presume MN Will Back N.D. Flood ProjectMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is warning federal officials not to presume his state will approve a permit for the Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion project.
Dayton, Midwest Governors Send Letter To EPA For Ethanol ChangesSeven Midwest governors have sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency seeking regulation changes intended to increase sales of gasoline blended with a higher percentage of ethanol.
Dayton Orders Flags At Half-Staff, 35W Bridge Lit For 9/11Minnesotans will honor the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks this weekend.
As Health Insurance Premiums Spike, Lawmakers Scrambling To Find FixThe federal government on Thursday posted steep proposed health insurance rate increases averaging 36 percent to 66 percent for policies sold to individual Minnesota residents, including consumers who buy coverage on the state-run MNsure exchange.
Hennepin Co., Other Partners To Cover SWLRT Funding GapThe Southwest Light Rail Transit project, whose future looked bleak after hopes of a special state legislative session were recently dashed, may now have another chance.