'Census Nerds! We Did It!': Minnesota Exults At Census Win At New York's ExpenseMinnesotans spent 18 months worrying over whether the 2020 census would finally cost them a precious seat in Congress, expecting to lose one to faster-growing competitors in the South and West even if they found and counted every last soul in the state.
Women Now Hold All Chief Judicial Seats On Minnesota Executive Branch And Appellate CourtsTuesday marks an unprecedented moment in Minnesota history.
'No Credible Threats' To Minnesota State Capitol; Safety Officials Are 'Alert' And 'Prepared' Ahead Of InaugurationGov. Tim Walz and other state and local leaders gave an update on security concerns and plans at the Minnesota State Capitol on Friday afternoon. 
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. 
2 Teens Accused In Assault Of Imam Near Dar Al-Farooq MosqueGov. Tim Walz and Attorney General Keith Ellison plan to visit a Bloomington mosque Friday in a show of solidarity with an imam who was assaulted on his way to nightly prayers.
Gov. Walz Endorses Ilhan Omar And Incumbent DFL U.S Representatives Ahead Of Minnesota PrimaryAs the Minnesota primary fast approaches, Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced they will endorsing the incumbent DFL congressional representatives for reelection.
Gov. Walz To Convene Special Session, Pushes For Police Reform And Bonding BillGov. Tim Walz announced Friday that he will convene a special legislative session starting on July 13.
Minnesota State Capitol Board Meets To Discuss Art Removal PoliciesWhat should happen to pieces of controversial or inaccurate public art?
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.
Coronavirus Updates: Lt. Gov. Flanagan, Sen. Smith Question COVID-19 Relief Funds For Alaska Native CorporationsTop Democrat leaders in Minnesota are questioning the Trump administration’s apparent move to send a portion of the $8 billion CARES Act relief funding, intended for tribal governments, to for-profit Alaska Native corporations.
Coronavirus In MN: Lt. Gov. Flanagan Says Her Brother Died From COVID-19 In TennesseeMinnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan says the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic now has a personal connection to her.