Minnesota, South Dakota Governors To Attend Pheasant SummitThe governors of Minnesota and South Dakota are set to participate in a National Pheasant Summit in Minneapolis Saturday.
Dayton, Daugaard To Attend National Pheasant Summit In MinneapolisThe governors of Minnesota and South Dakota are set to participate in a National Pheasant Summit in Minneapolis Saturday.
Minnesota Lawmakers Hope To End Viewing Coffins TaxMinnesota lawmakers want to end the state's mysterious tax on using viewing coffins during funerals.
Minn. Lawmakers Propose Recreational Marijuana Ballot InitiativeMore Minnesota lawmakers are stepping forward Thursday with bills to legalize recreational marijuana.
Gov. Dayton To Undergo Surgery For Prostate Cancer Next MonthGov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday that he will undergo surgery to remove his prostate next month.
Judge Temporarily Halts Trump Travel Ban After Lawsuit From Wash., Minn.Washington state and Minnesota officials are asking a federal judge for an immediate nationwide halt to the implementation of portions of President Donald Trump's immigration travel ban.
Dayton Seeks 25 Percent Water Quality Improvement By 2025Gov. Mark Dayton wants to improve Minnesota's water quality by 25 percent by 2025.
Dayton Will Begin Cancer Treatment As Soon As PossibleGov. Mark Dayton says he plans to begin treatment for his recent prostate cancer diagnosis as soon as possible.
Move To Limit State Severance After $80K In Payouts To 3Republican lawmakers are seeking to limit severance for highly paid state employees after Gov. Mark Dayton approved nearly $80,000 in payouts to three appointees who resigned.
Dayton Calls For $74 Million To Beef Up State Cyber SecurityExperts say Minnesota's internet technology services are highly vulnerable to cyber attack.
Talking Points: Gov. Dayton's Health ProblemsSince his dramatic collapse and the unexpected announcement of his prostate cancer diagnosis, Gov. Mark Dayton has maintained a rigorous schedule, even traveling Friday to Morris to promote his water quality initiative.
Legislature Ties Up Deal On Health Insurance Relief PackageMinnesota lawmakers are closing in on a relief package to help more than 100,000 Minnesota residents cover health insurance costs.