A minor spending cut in a sprawling Senate health and welfare bill could threaten home-delivered meals for thousands of poor senior citizens and result in lost federal dollars.
For the last few years, finding work has been a challenge for many Minnesotans. A program in the Twin Cities is proving it’s possible.
A convicted sexual predator seeking an extremely rare release from Minnesota’s sexual offender treatment program was confronted Friday by one of his victims, who rejected the man’s claim that he no longer poses a threat.
John Rydberg showed no mercy on the night in 1975 when he broke into a rural Wisconsin home and raped a young couple as their son slept upstairs — or four years later, when he raped a Minnesota woman at knifepoint in front of her children.
Federal officials have certified Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton’s request to access federal money to expand a health program for the poor beginning March 1.
Students at Minnetonka Middle School are helping people, thousands of miles away, live a better life.
Ramsey County has a new service designed to help disabled residents in the event of an emergency.
Seven Minnesota biofuel producers will be receiving nearly $748,000 in federal grants to expand advanced biofuel production.
Minnesota’s new education commissioner wants an adopt-a-school concept her boss laid out to be a two-way street between districts and local businesses.
Lifetime Fitness is calling on all local schools to step up its game when it comes to healthy nutrition and exercise.
Tim Brewster and his defiant energy are gone and Minnesota’s search for a new coach has begun. The Gophers players aren’t ready to declare 2010 a lost season.