'We Are Very Grateful': Cambria CEO Credits Trump's Tariffs For Helping His BusinessOn Wednesday, the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled unanimously in favor of Minnesota-based Cambria.
Mall Of America Blood Drive Seeks A, B & O BloodOnly three out of every one 100 Americans give blood, and every two seconds in this nation someone needs blood.
Ilhan Omar To Repay Thousands Amid Controversy Over Personal Tax ReturnsThe Campaign Finance Board says Rep. Ilhan Omar filed joint tax returns with one man while being legally married to another. The revelation was a part of an investigation into allegations that Omar misused campaign funds.
Gov. Walz Signs Elder Abuse LegislationMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed historic elder abuse legislation Wednesday that will license assisted-living centers for the first time.
Man Beaten By Ramsey County Deputy Awarded $525,000The Ramsey County Commissioners Board has awarded a former inmate at the Ramsey County Jail $525,000 for damages after he suffered a brutal beating while in custody.
Program Will Pay Minnesota Homeowners To Make Their Lawns Into Bee-Friendly HabitatsA state program in Minnesota aims to help homeowners make their lawns into bee-friendly habitats as part of an effort to support pollinators threatened by the loss of prairie land.
'We Were Shocked': Insulin Safety Net Left Out Of Final Budget DealThe bill would have provided a free emergency supply of insulin to anyone unable to afford skyrocketing prices.
MN Legislature Passes Bill To License Assisted Living CentersMinnesota is currently the only state in the country that does not license assisted living facilities. But that changed this legislative session with a bill that will license the states 1,200 assisted living centers starting in 2021.
St. Thomas 'Involuntarily' Removed From MIACSt. Thomas was a charter member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, which was founded in 1920.
Minn. Legislature Approves Licensing System For Assisted Living CentersThe bill also allows families to place a hidden camera in an assisted living facility starting in January 2020.
Attorney: Immigrants With US Family Ties Aren’t Getting In EasilyPresident Donald Trump is pushing to overhaul the nation's legal immigration system, placing an emphasis on skills and education over family ties.
Insulin Cost Relief Uncertain Amid Budget Showdown At CapitolIf there is no agreement by next Monday the legislature will have to go into special session to avoid a state government shutdown July 1.
‘I’m Listening’: Beto O’Rourke Stumps In The Twin CitiesDemocratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke made appearances in Minneapolis and Lakeville Wednesday.
2% Medical Provider Tax A Major Sticking Point In Budget Discussions"In the $12 billion of tax increases over the next four years, we couldn't get them to lower one of them," Republican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka said.
Hopeful Talk Hits Brick Wall Of Reality In State Capitol Budget TalksBudget talks collapsed again late Tuesday at the Minnesota State Capitol.