A report by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety says that traffic fatalities in 2013 were the second lowest in a decade after a jump in 2012.
A new scientific report released by the White House puts the blame for extreme weather on climate change. The forecast in the report is for even more extremes.
A new study ranking the most literate cities in the nation has both Minneapolis and St. Paul in the top 10. According to the Central Connecticut State University’s annual study, Minneapolis ranks third in the country in literacy and St. Paul comes in at No. 7.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows tens of millions of Americans are drinking too much alcohol. And, the report finds that healthcare providers are not doing enough to tell people about the risks.
Authorities have released the name of a man who was fatally shot in Shakopee. The Hennepin County medical examiner’s office identified the victim Thursday as 32-year-old Aaron James Moran of Shakopee. The medical examiner says Moran died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Gov. Mark Dayton won’t be fined by Minnesota regulators for failing to account in timely fashion for his use of the state plane on political trips. In forgoing a fine, the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board ruled Tuesday that the reporting violation was inadvertent and has since been corrected. Dayton’s campaign has provided updated payment information about trips he took last year that involved political campaigning.
This week, normally accessible members of Congress and their staff have not returned phone calls. Lawmakers usually ready to offer up opinions have hidden behind statements suggesting which way they are leaning but also offering up expressions of understanding for the opposing side.
Labor Day is an appropriate time to take a look at employment and wage issues, but a new report by a St. Paul-based economic group is revealing some disappointing findings about how well we are doing here in Minnesota.
With many Minnesota kids heading back to school next week, the state received some good, and some troubling news. While Minnesota led the nation in ACT test scores for the 8th straight year, there is a troubling achievement gap.
Reportable sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) have increased in Minnesota, according to a report from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Minnesota human services officials say the number of infant deaths in child care settings has dropped significantly this year.
A new government report suggests the number of children with autism in the U.S. is underestimated.
According to a new report, Carver County holds the rank of healthiest county in Minnesota.
Alarming new statistics have come out from the Alzheimer’s Association.
For the first time, we know the rate of C-sections for first-time mothers in Minnesota, and how widely different they are from clinic to clinic.
A Mayo Clinic study finds that an implant can control acid reflux.
Minnesota has dropped out of the top 10 of states with the lowest amounts of adult smokers, according to a report released Friday.
A new report forecasts that obesity rates will dramatically increase in every state in the country over the next 20 years.
A new comprehensive report is helping the Minneapolis Fire Department plan for its future. For the last year, Emergency Services Consulting International (ESCI) has taken a close look at all areas of the department.
When food trucks park for lunch, people line up. The trucks have become a summertime staple in the Twin Cities. In just two years, there are four times as many food trucks in Minneapolis. In St. Paul, the number has doubled. So how safe are they?
An Illinois medical debt collection company’s stock is falling sharply after a critical report on its practices from the Minnesota attorney general.
A report released Thursday by the Minnesota State High School League said Jenna Privette was not checked and no illegal hit was made before she went into the boards in a recent girls high school hockey game.
Minneapolis looks to grow safer for the sixth year in a row, authorities say.
Minnesota has room for improvement in how it manages hundreds of millions of dollars in Legacy Amendment funds, according to two reports issued Wednesday by the Office of the Legislative Auditor.
Minnesota budget officials said Tuesday that a 20-day government shutdown in July cost the state nearly $60 million but saved it about $65 million in salaries that weren’t paid to state employees.