Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison Sues Juul For 'Deception' Over Vaping ProductsGov. Tim Walz and Attorney General Keith Ellison have announced a lawsuit against Juul for what they call deception over its vaping products.
'The Buck Stops Right Here': DHS Commissioner Jodi Harpstead Promises To Make ChangesThe new head of the Department of Human Services apologized to taxpayers Monday for more than $100-million in spending mistakes.
‘It’s Going To Be Bad’: State Agencies Warn Minnesotans About Snow StormMnDOT is just one of the state agencies that held a news conference to let everyone know they are ready for the storm.
Talking Points: Law Professor David Schultz Discusses Impeachment Process And What Lies AheadThe threat of impeachment may be looming over the President but he has reason to feel optimistic about the final outcome because not a single Republican member of Congress has broken from him.
'People Are Going To Get Injured, Or Worse': Animal Rights Activists Claim Responsibility For Wis. Deer Stands VandalismAuthorities in western Wisconsin are investigating after a number of deer stands were vandalized ahead of hunting season.
Sen. Klobuchar Looking For Another Breakout Performance In Next DebateAs the impeachment inquiry moves forward, so does the Democratic race to choose a presidential candidate.
'Go Back To Where You Came From': Muslim DoorDash Driver Says He Was Attacked By Customer Near Lake MinnetonkaA DoorDash delivery man says he was punched and told to go back to his country after making a Sunday morning delivery to a home near Lake Minnetonka.
Most Minnesota School Referendums Pass; St. Paul Garbage Vote A Victory For Mayor CarterThe White Bear Lake school district passed the largest school referendum in Minnesota history, at $326 million, to handle an expected surge in enrollment.
'Biggest Heart Ever': Family, Friends Mourn Loss Of Community Leader Randy KopeskyFamily and friends are mourning the loss Randy Kopesky, who was struck and killed Sunday morning as he stood by his SUV and trailer on the shoulder of westbound Interstate 94 near the St. Croix rest area.
'Kids Are Our Future': Communities Prepare To Vote On School Referendums On Election DayTuesday is election day and school funding will be on the ballot in many communities around the state.
'Republican Base Is Still Strongly With Donald Trump,' Professor Says Of Impeachment Inquiry VoteWitnesses offering evidence for and against Trump will testify publicly, not behind closed doors, according to Professor David Schultz of Hamline University.
Lawmakers Confront Legislative Auditor's Report On DHS Tribal OverpaymentsThere are more questions today as lawmakers confronted a report that the state Department of Human Services overpaid tribes 29 million dollars for opioid treatments.
'Inexcusable Dysfunction' At MN DHS Led To Overpayments To TribesThe Minnesota Department of Human Services is under fire again.
ICE Critics Protest Outside Bishop Henry Whipple Building, Demand Name ChangeProtesters demonstrated Tuesday morning outside the Minneapolis offices of ICE, demanding that the name of Bishop Henry Whipple be removed from the building.
Republican And Democrat Leaders Propose Limiting Vaping, Tobacco Products To Those Under 21Both Republican and Democratic state leaders proposed sweeping new legislation Monday to limit sales of vaping and tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. A state survey shows a sharp increase in youth vaping, at the same time the state reports 73 illnesses and three deaths related to e-cigarette use.