North Dakota Treasury Benefits From Higher Oil PricesThe state's oil production was up slightly in September, but prices for North Dakota crude were 32% higher than the state's tax revenue forecast.
What Makes A 'Fair Trial'? Rittenhouse Case Raises QuestionsAs Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial has played out in the Kenosha courtroom of Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder, moments of apparent deference to the defendant have struck many observers as curiously different from how murder proceedings often unfold. On Veterans Day, the judge led the jury and others in the courtroom in applause for veterans just as a defense witness who had served in the Army was about to testify.
Klobuchar: 'Everything Was Clear' At 6-Month Post-Cancer ExamKlobuchar was diagnosed with breast cancer in February and underwent surgery and radiation treatment.
'Chalk On The Sidewalk, Technically That's Illegal': Minnesota City Passes Ordinance Regulating Displays On City PropertyA Minnesota city is getting attention for a new ordinance that includes a ban on sidewalk hopscotch games.
Fmr. Sen. Al Franken Discusses Comedy Tour, Cancel Culture 4 Years Following ResignationFormer U.S. Senator Al Franken joined CBS Mornings Tuesday and discussed his return to comedy and gave his reaction to some former Senate colleagues who now say they regret calling for his resignation.
President Biden Signs Infrastructure Investment And Jobs Act MondayThe Minnesota DFL Party released a statement saying Biden and Democrats are "delivering good-paying jobs and major infrastructure improvements for Minnesota."
Keith Ellison Will Seek Re-Election As Minnesota's Attorney GeneralKeith Ellison announced Monday he will seek re-election as Minnesota's attorney general.
Will Government Spending Solve Inflation Issues?With inflation at 6.2%, the highest rate in decades, there is debate over whether government spending is fueling the rise in price or if the spending will make it better.
Gov. Tim Walz Departs For Europe Trade MissionThe Democratic governor said says he will travel to the United Kingdom and Finland to promote trade with a focus on health care, environmental technology, agriculture and education.
Biden Administration Nominates 1st Black Man To Serve As U.S. Marshal In MinnesotaThe Biden administration is nominating its first set of U.S. Marshals, including the first Black man to serve as the U.S. Marshal in Minnesota, along with a slate of other historic firsts for U.S. attorney posts across the nation.
Fight Over U.S. Wolf Protections Goes Before Federal JudgeFederal officials contend that wolves are resilient enough to bounce back even if their numbers drop sharply due to intensive hunting. They say protections are no longer warranted.
Minnesota Leaders Stress Need For More Veterans CentersVeterans centers were originally envisioned as safe havens where Vietnam veterans could get the services they need, said Walz, who served for 24 years in the Minnesota National Guard.
Minnesota Becomes 3rd State To Require Paid Breaks For Nursing Moms To Pump Breast MilkThe state Legislature this year approved paid break time for nursing mothers in a move that got bipartisan support and that experts call the “next frontier” for gender equity in the workplace.
Ceremonial Signing Held For Bill Codifying Minnesota's Relationship With Tribal GovernmentsGov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan held a ceremonial bill signing Monday with tribal leaders and state lawmakers in honor of a bill affirming Minnesota's relationship with tribal governments.
Klobuchar, Collins Want To Better Promote MammogramsSenators from Maine and Minnesota are introducing legislation to better promote preventative health services such as mammograms.