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.
Mayo: Dayton's Collapse Due To Possible Dehydration, Not Cancer DiagnosisA Mayo Clinic spokesman said the doctor thought the fainting was related to the governor standing for a long time and possible dehydration.
Counter-Protester Arrested At St. Paul Women's MarchThe unexpected actions of one counter-protester at Saturday's Women's March in St. Paul landed him in jail.
Gov. Dayton Preps For Monday's State Of The StateGov. Mark Dayton is preparing to lay out his vision for 2017 and beyond.
SPPD: 90,000 To 100,000 At Women's March MinnesotaThousands of Minnesotans marched to the State Capitol Saturday as part of the national day of women's marches across the country.
As 2017 Session Starts In Freshly-Renovated Capitol, Governor Predicts GridlockTwo-hundred recently-elected lawmakers took their seats in the newly restored State Capitol Tuesday, which has been closed to the public for about three years.
Civil War Flags Return To State Capitol As Restoration Nears CompletionA milestone at the Minnesota State Capitol Friday night, marking the near-completion of a three-year renovation project.
Dayton, Lawmakers Battling Over Civil War Paintings Inside CapitolA public fight over art work at the newly-renovated State Capitol erupted into anger on Tuesday.
Community Leaders, Musicians Promote Peace At CapitolCommunity members and local musicians came together on Sunday to promote positivity and healing after a violent week.
New Memorial Honoring Hmong Soldiers Opens At CapitolA memorial for the Hmong heroes now sits on the mall of the Minnesota State Capitol. It pays tribute to the men and women who served in the "secret war" in Laos from 1961 to 1975.
World-Renowned State Capitol Artwork Being RestoredA remarkable conservation effort is underway to save the world-famous paintings and murals inside the State Capitol.
Public Works, Transportation Bills Remain In Session's Final HoursMinnesota lawmakers scrambled Sunday to finalize their plans for a $900 million budget surplus.