'Hindsight Is So Clear': State Patrol, DPS Questioned By Minnesota Senate GOP In Columbus Statue HearingThree people could face criminal charges in connection with pulling down the Christopher Columbus statue outside the Minnesota State Capitol in June.
PPP Bill Author Rep. Angie Craig: More Money Will Get To Small BusinessesAnother round of $130 billion of loan money is available to help small businesses during the pandemic.
'I Had To Learn To Walk Again': COVID-19 Survivor Recovering After 4 MonthsRick Huggins was in his 50s, healthy and had no underlying health conditions, but none of that mattered when he got sick and ended up at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul.
Dems Object To GOP-Led Inquiry Into Riot Damages, Says Oversight Committee Lacks DiversityThe hearing began with a skirmish between the Republican chair and Lakeville DFL Sen. Matt Little, who gave up his seat to a fellow Democrat who represents the looted area.
Senate GOP, Dems Set To Clash In Hearing About Rioting, Looting After George Floyd's DeathQuestions surrounding why the rioting and looting went on for so long after George Floyd’s death may be answered Wednesday.Questions surrounding why the rioting and looting went on for so long after George Floyd’s death may be answered Wednesday.
All 4 Officers Involved In George Floyd’s Death Appear In Court; Judge Warns Of Possible Move Of TrialA Minnesota judge on Monday warned that he's likely to move the trials of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death out of Minneapolis if public officials and attorneys don't stop talking about the case.
Talking Points: Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka On Hearings Over Recent Looting In The Twin CitiesIts been just over a month since George Floyd's death and the violent looting that went on for days afterword.
Republican Senators Want To Know Why The Twin Cities Were Allowed To Burn; Hearings Slated To Start Next Week Republicans in the Minnesota Senate want answers to why there was so much violence and days of unrest following George Floyd's death.
AG Ellison Sues Oil Companies, Saying They Deceived Minnesotans About Climate ChangeEllison argues that these companies lied about the impact of their operations, pertaining to the subject of climate change.
3 GOP Senators Call For Federal Investigation Into MPD, Say State's Human Right's Probe Won't Be FairThe senators also wrote in the letter they feared for the civil rights of Minneapolis residents after the city council voted to quote "dismantle" the police department.
Communities Urge Minnesota Lawmakers To Pass Bonding Bill, COVID Relief Deal After Special Session FailsWhile the debate around a police reform proposal received a lot of attention, the legislature's failure to agree on other issues is having an impact on the bottom line of communities statewide.
Talking Points: MN GOP Chair Jennifer Carnahan Talks Trump Rally, His Reelection BidPresident Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma over the weekend was the kickoff of his reelection bid -- and Minnesota is one of the states he hopes to win this time. Here’s Esme Murphy’s talking points.
Legislature Adjourns Special Session, But Issues Remain UnsolvedWhat appeared to be a possible compromise on police accountability and COVID-19 funds fell apart in early hours of Saturday morning as the Minnesota legislature voted to adjourn the special session.
Special Session To End Friday, With Or Without Resolution On Police ReformHeading into the session, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz hoped lawmakers would address COVID-19 relief, a bonding bill, a tax bill, and police reforms. So far, none of those issues are settled.
Special Session: Lawmakers Still Trying To Settle On Police Reform, Bonding, Tax Bills In Final HoursThe lights are on late Thursday night at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, as lawmakers try to reach a compromise in the special session.