Minnesota Senate Moves Forward Voter ID Bill, Unlikely To Pass In HouseRepublican Sen. Scott Newman, of Hutchinson, earlier this year framed his bill as being aimed more at increasing voter confidence in election results than at preventing voter fraud.
Minnesota Lawmakers Start Work On Clean Energy BillMinnesota lawmakers are beginning work on clean energy legislation that would require utilities to generate 100% of their electricity from carbon-free resources by 2040, as a renewed focus on climate change ramps up with a new administration in the White House.
GOP-Backed Voter ID Bill Flares Minnesota's Election Law FightA post-election fight over whether Minnesota's election laws should be tightened or changed to make voting easier heated up Wednesday as a key Senate panel backed a Republican proposal to require people to present photo identification at the polls but allow those without valid cards to cast provisional ballots.
8 Charged In Medicaid Fraud SchemeEight people face charges in an alleged Medicaid fraud scheme that the Minnesota attorney general's office said cost the state more than $860,000.
FDA Panel Endorses Emergency Authorization For Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine (CBS News)US panel endorses Pfizer COVID-19 shot in a major step toward an epic vaccination campaign against the outbreak.
Minnesota Weather: Wind Advisory Sunday For Southern, Central MinnesotaExpect a blustery Sunday as much of southern and central Minnesota is under a wind advisory.
Celebrations, Protests In The Streets After Joe Biden's Projected Presidential WinSome Minnesotans celebrated while others protested after Joe Biden was announced the projected winner of the 2020 presidential race.
Minnesota High School Athletes Deliver Letter To Gov. Walz To Let Them Play SportsStudent athletes in Minnesota want the governor to take them off the bench.
Survey: Nearly 30% Of Minnesota Teachers Are Considering Quitting Due To Stress, COVID-19 WorkloadA new survey of Minnesota teachers finds that nearly 30% of educators are thinking about quitting or retiring due to the stress, workloads and health risks stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crews Knock Down Flames At Oakdale Building; Fire Under InvestigationCrews are on the scene Tuesday morning batting a structure fire in Oakdale.
Mayor Jacob Frey Announces Bar Areas Must Close Again Due To COVID-19 SpreadIndoor bar areas, including those in restaurants, must close starting on Aug. 1.
State Fair Food Vendors Set Up Stands Throughout Minnesota And WisconsinWhen COVID-19 forced the cancelation of the Great Minnesota Get Together, food vendors cooked up a creative way to get the corn dogs and curds to their patrons.
George Floyd's Memorial Begins In His North Carolina HometownMourners are holding a private memorial service in George Floyd's North Carolina hometown while the nation's capitol prepares for what is expected to be the city's largest demonstration against police brutality yet.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Defends Decision To Abandon MPD 3rd PrecinctLast Wednesday night, as the Target near the 3rd Precinct was being looted, Frey got an urgent call from Police Chief Madaria Arradondo.
'Take A Knee' Marchers Continue Marching Through Downtown Minneapolis After CurfewA group of peaceful protestors, organized by athletes, marched through downtown Minneapolis to the Hennepin Bridge, where they took a knee in remembrance of George Floyd.