What Absentee Voters Should Do If Their Ballots Have Already Been MailedGov. Tim Walz and Secretary of State Steve Simon recommend voting in person early or on Election Day, or dropping off mail-in ballots in person.
How Minnesota's Historic Bonding Bill Aims To Create Affordable HousingThe passing of the largest bonding bill in Minnesota history includes money for affordable housing.
Appeals Court: MN Absentee Ballots Received After Election Day Must Be SeparatedThe decision is likely to create voter confusion, with people who haven't returned their absentee ballots scrambling to make sure their votes count.
Faces Of COVID: Walt Books Remembered As Real-Life Cowboy In South St. PaulLike he was cast in an old Western, Books donned a cowboy hat for decades as chief promoter of his small Dakota County town.
Biden To Campaign In St. Paul Friday; Location For Pres. Trump's Rochester Rally Moves, TwiceOn Thursday, Joe Biden's campaign announced the Democratic presidential candidate and former vice president will travel to St. Paul for a drive-in event.
COVID Testing Sites Hiring Workers StatewideWith many Minnesotans still out of a job during this pandemic, there's a unique opportunity now to get back to work while also helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Teen Who Filmed George Floyd's Fatal Arrest To Receive 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage AwardPEN America, a literary and free expression organization, announced on Tuesday that Darnella Frazier will receive the 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage award.
North Minneapolis Gospel Artist Jovonta Patton Tops Billboard Chart AgainA Gospel artist from North Minneapolis has once again topped the Billboard Digital Sales Chart, this time for his song "Worth It"
With Nearly Half Of Stillwater Inmates Diagnosed With COVID, Families Voice Their Frustration And ConcernThe Stillwater Prison is on medical lockdown after nearly half of the inmate population tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 To Impact How Minnesotans Celebrate Thanksgiving This YearThanksgiving is one month away and many families are making plans for a different type of celebration this year.
Supreme Court Rejects Delay Of Minnesota 2nd Congressional District VoteA Minnesota Republican candidate's bid to delay voting in his congressional race to February after the death of a third-party candidate was rejected Tuesday at the Supreme Court.
Mike Opat To Leave Hennepin County BoardLong-time Hennepin County Commissioner Mike Opat will leave his position on Nov. 7, two months before the end of his term.
Federal Appeals Court To Hear Challenge To Minnesota Mailed Ballot ExtensionA federal appeals court panel on Tuesday is holding a hearing for a challenge to Minnesota's seven-day extension for counting absentee ballots after Election Day, which the Republican plaintiffs argue could lead to thousands of votes received after Nov. 3 being disqualified and the election being thrown into chaos.
From ‘Delighted’ To ‘Dismayed’, Minn. Politicians React To Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation To SCOTUSMinnesota politicians from both sides of the aisle are reacting to Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the United States Supreme Court.
MN's 1st Congressional District Race A Tight Rematch Between Hagedorn, FeehanThe race in Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District is a rematch from two years ago. Democrat Dan Feehan is running against GOP incumbent Jim Hagedorn.