After Avian Flu, Gov's Annual Turkey Event Highlights Recovery Of IndustryOne bird may have been the star, but Gov. Mark Dayton and Minnesota turkey producers held the flapping 40-pounder out as a tribute to an important agriculture sector in the midst of a rebound.
Dayton Calls GOP PolyMet Talk Distraction To Avoid Special SessionGov. Mark Dayton isn't playing along with House Republicans' call to link a PolyMet project pledge to a special session for unemployed steelworkers.
4 Things To Know For Nov. 22, 2015Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Nov. 22, 2015.
Federal Lawyers Coming To Investigate Jamar Clark Shooting U.S. Justice Department attorneys are expected to fly to Minnesota on Sunday to investigate the killing of a black man that has prompted protests and calls for the two Minneapolis police officers involved in the shooting to be prosecuted.
Gov. Dayton, Mayor Hodges Meet With NAACP Leaders About Clark CaseNational and state leaders met Friday afternoon at the Governor's Mansion in St. Paul to talk about the investigation of the shooting of Jamar Clark, and the demands protesters are making.
GOP Renews Call To Stop Syrian Refugee Resettlement In MinnesotaMinnesota's top Republican lawmaker Thursday said Democratic Governor Mark Dayton should stop accepting Syrian refugees for resettlement in the state.
Dayton: Session On Steelworker Aid 'Imperative' Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday underscored his call for "imperative" action on a steelworker emergency assistance plan, pointing to the idling of another mining operation as evidence of a growing crisis in northern Minnesota needing attention in a special session.
Bruce Dayton, Target Co-Founder & Governor's Father, Dies At 97Minnesota remembers business legend Bruce Dayton, who passed away at his home Friday at the age of 97. He was the last of the Dayton brothers who grew Dayton's Department Store into the Target Corporation. And he is the father of Minnesota's governor, Mark Dayton.
Health Agency: Hospital Failed To Give Psychiatric Care To Patient Who Killed DeputyA report released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services says St. Cloud Hospital failed to give direct psychiatric care to a patient who shot and killed a deputy last month.
Unsafe Sleeping Environments Blamed For Most Unexpected Baby DeathsState health officials are urging parents and child care providers to make sure infants are put to sleep alone, on a firm surface and with no blankets or pillows.
Dayton Tours Mich. Mine In Lead Up To PolyMet DecisionBefore making a decision on a new Iron Range mine, Gov. Mark Dayton is seeing the best and worst of other operations. PolyMet wants to open the state's first copper-nickel mine near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Minnesota Sex Offenders Hopeful For Release After Program Ruled UnconstitutionalSex offenders in Minnesota's high security treatment centers say they are frustrated but hopeful they can someday be released. That's after a federal judge found the program unconstitutional, and ordered the state to find ways to release sex offenders.