The state’s unemployment rate dropped a tenth of a point to 5.8 percent in September, a full two percentage points better than the national rate.
Winning streaks are fun no matter what the sport; they’re even more fun when they last for nine consecutive years.
Here are Dr Osterholm and Morning host Dave Lee
A former Minnesota Senate aide who was fired after having an affair with the chamber’s top Republican leader filed a lawsuit Monday saying he was treated unfairly and discriminated against because female employees involved in similar relationships didn’t lose their jobs.
If the Minnesota Vikings left Minnesota, there would be a loss to the economy both directly and indirectly. But how severe that loss is depends on your perspective.
U.S. Census Bureau figures released Thursday show fewer people are moving to Minnesota.
Gov. Mark Dayton and key Republican lawmakers are getting around the state as they focus on creating jobs.
States are bracing for plummeting high school graduation rates as districts nationwide dump flawed measurement formulas that often undercounted dropouts and produced inflated results.
Now that a budget deal has been reached, you might be surprised to find out that reopening after the shutdown is, in some cases, much harder than you might think.
The end of Minnesota’s government shutdown comes as a relief to laid-off employees and people who depend on their services.
The administration of Gov. Mark Dayton says state employees idled by the shutdown can check a state website to know what day to come back to work.
On Tuesday, the decision was made to keep the Minnesota court system open if the state government shuts down two days from now. But what else could be added to that list? And what will remain closed?
In Minnesota’s spring, some baseball teams bloom, and that’s exactly what happened at Bloomington Kennedy High School, not to mention Target Field.
Thousands of state workers have opened their mailboxes Saturday to find letters they didn’t want but knew were coming.
The debate over dollars at Minnesota’s Capitol turns this week to consideration of upgrades to the 106-year-old building itself.