House Committee Passes Stiffer Penalties For Certain ProtestsThe penalty could be bumped up from a misdemeanor to a gross misdemeanor.
State Lawmakers Introduce Bills That Aim To Curb Opioid AbuseMinnesota lawmakers today unveiled a series of wide-ranging laws to fight an opioid epdemic they say has reached crisis levels.
Sunday Liquor Sales Passes House, Heads To SenateThe Minnesota House Monday took a major step toward legalizing Sunday liquor sales.
U.S. Bank Stadium Chair Kelm-Helgen, Executive Director Mondale, ResignShe has faced a firestorm of controversy over the use of luxury suits at the new stadium.
Bill Would Require Crisis Training, Diversity For Minnesota Police DepartmentsState lawmakers are advancing a bill to require crisis response training and more diversity on police departments.
Amid Stadium Controversy, Bill Would Make Sweeping Changes To MSFAAn investigation by the Minnesota legislative auditor found that the Stadium Authority acted unethically, but not illegally.
Minnesota, Wisconsin Take On Opioid Abuse With 'Dose Of Reality' CampaignTheir campaign includes a startling PSA featuring a mother who can't wake her son who has an open pill bottle nearby.
Lawmaker Seeks To Boost Speed Limit On Interstate 35E To 55 MphA Minnesota state lawmaker has an idea to improve one of the Twin Cities most used highways – up the speed limit.
Lawmakers Voting To Abolish Made In Minnesota Solar Energy GrantsA solar incentive program in Minnesota appears to be on the chopping block in the Republican-controlled legislature. Lawmakers in the House voted Thursday to get rid of a $15-million annual awards program that helped homeowners and businesses install solar panels.
Auditor: Stadium Officials Gave Nearly Half Of Suite Tickets To Friends, FamilyWhile 45 percent of the guests were friends and family of top authority officials, just 29 percent were marketing guests.
Minn. Lawmakers Debate Ban On Cell Phones While DrivingThe ban would include texting or talking on a handheld phone, but would allow hands-free devices.
Senate Committee Gives Go-Ahead For Gas Power Plant In BeckerA Minnesota Senate committee on Thursday approved a go-ahead for Xcel Energy to build a huge natural gas power plant north of the Twin Cities metro in Becker.

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