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.
Around 40,000 people are expected to attend the boy’s state hockey tournament at the Xcel Energy Center to watch the games and check out the latest in hockey gear.
The occupation of the Wisconsin Capitol by protesters fighting efforts to strip public workers of union bargaining rights carried on Sunday after police decided not to forcibly remove demonstrators and end a nearly two-week-long sit-in.
Amy Peterson’s goal with 39.7 seconds remaining lifted Minnetonka to a thrilling 3-2 win over Edina on Saturday in the Class 2A girl’s hockey state championship game.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has sent a letter asking his Wisconsin counterpart to honor a $58.7 million debt stemming from an old tax-reciprocity agreement.
What’s with the Philly fans lately? Plus a mascot fight you have to see!
An Islamic group is hoping to educate the public about the Muslim faith at the Minnesota State Fair.