The Minnesota State High School League will be holding a meeting Wednesday to discuss a controversial proposal that would implement guidelines for transgender athletes.
One of the most contentious issues in the debate over whether Minnesota should allow PolyMet Mining Corp. to build the state’s first copper-nickel mine is whether the company can cover cleanup costs after it closes.
A state representative is pushing to change the liquor law that prohibits stores from selling alcohol on Sundays.
No woman really feels engaged until she has a ring on her finger. If you’ve decided to make it official this Valentine’s Day, here’s how to make sure the ring in your pocket is the one she’s been visualizing since the day you met.
Minnesota Orchestra conductor Osmo Vanska resigned Tuesday amid a labor impasse that has dragged on for more than a year as management pushed for deep cuts to musicians’ salaries.
The Minnesota Orchestra announced late Monday afternoon that the planned Carnegie Hall concerts have been canceled, a move which is widely expected to result in the departure of famed director and conductor Osmo Vänskä. Vänskä originally set the Monday deadline, saying he would quit if there was not a deal that would bring musicians back to work. The possible loss of Vänskä is widely seen as a significant blow to the orchestra’s reputation. Vänskä has not yet made a public statement as of early Monday evening.
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A complicated tax capture plan sought by the Mayo Clinic to assist in a 20-year growth plan is being dropped in favor of state aid payments directly tied to the amount of private spending on the development.
In the coming weeks, Gov. Mark Dayton will be trying to sell his new tax plan. The plan would reduce the current sales tax rate from 6.8 percent to 5.5 percent, while increasing the number of goods and services that will be taxed.
The Northfield School Board will discuss potential changes to the 2013-2014 school calendar Monday night at the high school — a proposition that has many parents more than concerned.
A proposal to reform taxes in Minnesota could have you paying more for clothing.
Despite the snowstorm that hit the Twin Cities metro on Sunday, the Holidazzle parade went on as planned Sunday night in downtown Minneapolis. And one Twin Cities man couldn’t have been more relieved that it went on.
The impasse over the fiscal cliff in Washington is casting enormous uncertainty over the economic forecast in Minnesota.
People who live near the airport aren’t happy with plans to change air traffic routes. And they made it clear at a public meeting on Monday.