'Efficient And Safe': New 'Slowpoke Law' Goes Into Effect Aug. 1Minnesota's new so-called "slowpoke law" takes effect Thursday.
Departed Department Of Corrections Official Accused Of Leaking Information A Minnesota corrections official who resigned recently is accused of leaking private internal data as well as lobbying for her husband's nonprofit.
Minnesota Democrats Call For Suspending PolyMet Permits Democratic state lawmakers want Gov. Tim Walz to suspend permits for PolyMet's proposed copper-nickel mine in northern Minnesota to make sure they "were not rigged."
Deputy DOC Commissioner Sarah Walker ResignsA top administrator has resigned from the Minnesota Department of Corrections, the latest incidence of turnover in Gov. Tim Walz's administration.
'A New Leader Is Necessary': Commissioner Lourey Latest To Leave In DHS ShakeupHuman Services Commissioner Tony Lourey resigned abruptly Monday as head of Minnesota's largest state agency, just days after his two deputy commissioners quit with no public explanation.
Gov. Tim Walz Tours Flash Flood Damage In Southern MinnesotaTwo weeks ago, heavy rain caused flash flooding throughout southern Minnesota. One of the hardest hit areas was Byron, where dozens of cowers were swept down the Zumbro River.
Funeral Held Tuesday For Pilot In Brainerd Helicopter CrashGov. Tim Walz has ordered flags at half-staff Tuesday in honor of Tim McDonald, the pilot killed in a medical helicopter crash last month.
Gov. Walz Signs Order To Ease Fuel Delivery Amid Gas ShortageCiting a fuel shortage in the state of Minnesota, Gov. Tim Walz has issued an emergency executive order that lifts some restrictions for drivers of commercial vehicles who are providing direct assistance to relief efforts by delivering gasoline, diesel fuel or fuel oil.
Gov. Tim Walz Criticizes DFL Official For 'Murder Boat' RemarkGov. Tim Walz is criticizing a Minnesota Democratic party official for describing a Navy ship as a "murder boat."
Gov. Tim Walz To Release More Daily Details, But Not Full CalendarThe state's public records law narrowly defines what information about government employees is public. An employee's calendar is not within that narrow scope.
Gov. Walz Open To Special Session To Address Insulin CostsGov. Tim Walz says he's open to calling a special session to help diabetics who can't afford the cost of insulin, but lawmakers must first work out a deal.