Globe University, Minn. AG Rest Cases In Fraud TrialBoth sides have rested their arguments in another case brought by the state against a private for-profit college. Attorney General Lori Swanson is suing Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business in a bench trial in Hennepin County Court.
AFA Says It's Sending Men Into Target Women's BathroomsTarget is facing increasing criticism for its transgender bathroom policy.
Gabby Giffords Returns To MN Calling For Gun ControlFormer Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords is stopping in Minnesota to continue pushing for stronger gun control measures.
Mpls. Workers Demand Paid Sick Leave Ahead Of Council MeetingThe Minneapolis City Council is expected to talk Thursday about a paid sick time proposal for businesses in the city.
New Minnesota Poll Shows Clinton Ahead Of TrumpA new poll finds that if the election were held with the current presidential frontrunners, Minnesota would go for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.
4 Things To Know: Indiana Primaries, Olympic Torch, New Planets & MoreFrom the Indiana primary election to the Olympic torch heading to Brazil to passenger politics on planes, here's a look at the four stories to know from May 3, 2016.
Minn. High School Students To Participate In Mock ElectionMinnesota high school students will be voting for the next president of the United States.
Senate Democrats Propose $1.5B Public Projects Spending BillMinnesota Senate Democrats proposed a massive $1.5 billion public projects spending bill on Monday.
Minn. Senator's Name Would Grace Street, But It's IllegalA Democratic state senator's name would grace a rebuilt street under a public construction bill released Monday — an illegal honor that one Republican lawmaker says reeks of political favoritism.
Gov. Dayton, GOP In Stalemate Over SWLRT, Transportation BillNo matter where they live, Minnesota lawmakers agree that state highways and bridges are in desperate need of upgrades. But they are paralyzed with the politics of paying for it.
Mpls. City Council Unanimously Approves $800M Boost For Streets, ParksThe Minneapolis City Council unanimously voted in favor of a capital funding package Friday, providing millions annually for improving the city's streets and parks. City officials say the package will give $33 million each year for up to 20 years to park and street projects.
Broad Cuts To Drug Sentences Put Minn. Legislature On NoticeMinnesota county attorneys and law enforcement officials say they've reached a deal to make broad reductions to prison sentences for drug offenders.