Dayton Talks Iron Range, Economy, Racial Inequality In State Of The StateGov. Mark Dayton delivered his 6th State of the State address Wednesday evening at an unusual location.
Gov. Dayton Prepares For State Of The State AddressMinnesota Governor Mark Dayton will deliver his State of the State Address Wednesday. Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton will deliver his State of the State Address Wednesday. Lawmakers returned to the State Capitol Tuesday for a ten-week session. In his speech, Dayton will discuss what he hopes the Legislature will achieve during the session.
Minn. Lawmakers Kick Off 2016 Legislative Session With Contentious DebateMinnesota Lawmakers returned to the State Capitol Tuesday for the start of the 2016 legislative session, kicking off the first day with contentious debate that could be a sign of things to come.
Minnesota Legislature To Meet During Capitol ConstructionMinnesota lawmakers will open their 2016 session on Tuesday under most unusual circumstances.
48 Hours In Minnesota's Twin CitiesTravel guide for visitors who only have 48 hours to visit Minnesota's Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Minnesota Lawmakers Want Your Opinion On Art In The State CapitolThe group that oversees the three-year Capitol restoration is asking Minnesotans to take an online survey that raises the possibility of significant changes not just to the art on display that some consider offensive, but also installing more modern art that reflects Minnesota today.
Should Art In The State Capitol Be Saved, Shelved or Created New?The group that oversees the three-year Capitol restoration is asking Minnesotans to take an online survey that raises the possibility of significant changes not just to the art on display that some consider offensive, but also installing more modern art that reflects Minnesota today.
Dayton Orders Flags To Half-Staff For Fallen FirefightersGov. Mark Dayton is ordering state and federal flags to be lowered to half-staff in Minnesota on Sunday, in honor of firefighters who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.
Rally Held In Support Of Police At State CapitolSaturday is national "Thank A Police Officer Day." Supporters say officers should be respected every day, but they believe that's not happening, as protests against police continue.
Crews Finish Installing Memorial Honoring Military FamiliesAt the Minnesota State Capitol Thursday, crews installed the final piece of a memorial honoring family members of military veterans.
Lawmakers Prepare For First Session Out Of Capitol Building Since 1881Minnesota lawmakers will soon be meeting in special session, though Friday's talks ended with no deal in place. It's not clear whether they'll plan to meet over the weekend to try to hammer out the details.
Newly Approved Features Bump Up Capitol Remodeling CostLandscaping, perimeter security needs and other late additions to Minnesota's major remodel of the Capitol will push the overall cost to $307 million, project planners said Wednesday.
Minnesota House Defeats Sunday Liquor Sales In Close VoteIt was last call Tuesday at the Minnesota State Capitol for Sunday liquor store sales. The Minnesota House defeated Sunday sales, shutting down the effort for another year. The Senate defeated a similar measure two weeks ago.
Minnesota Jewish Community Gathers At State Capitol In Remembrance Of Holocaustolocaust Remembrance Day, which was Thursday, honored the more than 6 million Jews and others killed throughout Europe during World War II. Survivors and their families lit candles outside the State Capitol Sunday, and shared stories of that gruesome period.
House GOP Wrestles With Cost, Politics In Picking 2016 HomeThe Capitol is in disarray thanks to a massive renovation and it will only get worse in 2016. The House could stay in its chamber for the 2016 session but state officials estimate that would cost $500,000 or more and could hinder ongoing repairs.