Sen. Klobuchar Vows 'Consequences' If Putin Attacks UkraineWith tens of thousands of Russian troops massing on Ukraine’s border Tuesday night, Sen. Amy Klobuchar says she agrees Russian President Vladimir Putin could be on the verge of an attack.
Walz Announces Proposed $2.7 Billion Infrastructure And Bonding BillThe governor is asking for $120 million for bridge repairs, $260 million for infrastructure at state colleges and universities, $450 million for affordable housing, and $940 million for climate change projects.
Minnesota Rep. Pete Stauber Announces Congressional Reelection BidRep. Pete Stauber, the Republican congressman who's been representing Minnesota's Iron Range for the last 4 years, says he's running for reelection.
7 Senators, Including Klobuchar, Travel To UkraineSeven U.S. senators are in Ukraine to meet with that country’s president and other officials.
Interim MPD Chief Amelia Huffman Says Her Focus Will Be On Violent CrimeAfter a turbulent two years, there has been a change at the top at the Minneapolis Police Department.
FEC Tosses Out Campaign Finance Complaint Against Rep. Ilhan OmarThe Federal Election Commission has tossed out a 2019 complaint against Rep. Ilhan Omar from a conservative group alleging the Minnesota Democrat illegally spent campaign funds on her now-husband's political consulting firm.
Minnetonka Becomes The Latest Suburb To Institute A Mask MandateAnother Twin Cities suburb has approved a mask mandate as the state struggles with the surge in COVID-19 cases from the Omicron variant.
Wisconsin Gov. Evers' Pitch For Reelection: Democracy Is At RiskWisconsin’s Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is known for his folksy demeanor, sprinkling his speeches with “by gollys” and the occasional PG-rated swear word. To win reelection, the 70-year-old grandfather and former teacher is trying to convince voters that he’s also a valiant defender of democracy and the lone figure ensuring their votes will still matter in 2024 and beyond.
Commission Delays Vote On Controversial Proposal That Would Lessen Penalties For Some Repeat OffendersThe Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission on Thursday delayed a controversial vote that would've shortened sentences for offenders who commit crimes while on probation or parole, after fierce criticism from lawmakers, law enforcement and the public.
Paul Marquart Joins Minnesota House Members Who Won't Seek ReelectionThe number of Minnesota state lawmakers who don't plan to seek reelection continues to grow.
Vaccine Or Testing Mandate At Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Takes Effect WednesdayStarting Wednesday, you'll need to show a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to get into a restaurant or bar in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
St. Louis Park Will Enact Mask MandateAnother Twin Cities suburb will enact a mask mandate in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Man In Critical Condition After Being Shot On I-94 In MinneapolisThe man who was shot was hospitalized. Two other people in his vehicle were uninjured.
Check The Latest School DelaysOvernight and continuing snow has led to some schools closing or delaying classes Wednesday.
Minnesota Weather: Dangerous Wind Chills Return WednesdayAnother January cold snap has arrived. And while it’s not the coldest we’ve experienced so far this month, it will linger a little longer.
Towns' 3-Point Play Helps Wolves Edge Knicks 112-110"I told my dad everyone's going to get a chance to have their Madison Square Garden moment and I felt that was for me tonight. That was the biggest moment that I've had in MSG," Karl-Anthony Towns said.