Gov. Walz Seeks Public Hearings Over Emergency Insulin ImpasseMinnesota lawmakers are expected to give an update on attempts to solve the problem of high-priced insulin.
Data On Minnesota Child Well-Being Shows Improvement, But Achievement Gaps RemainState child advocates have released new data on the well-being of Minnesota's children. The data showed some improvements, such as a drop in poverty. But an achievement gap persists.
What Can We Do To Honor Veterans Year-Round?Americans take time to thank and honor our veterans every November 11 -- but what do veterans need year-round?
Met Council Chair Nora Slawik Stepping Down To Focus On Her HealthThe chair of the Metropolitan Council is stepping down in order to focus on her health.
Lawmakers Confront Legislative Auditor's Report On DHS Tribal OverpaymentsThere are more questions today as lawmakers confronted a report that the state Department of Human Services overpaid tribes 29 million dollars for opioid treatments.
'I Don't Want Anyone To Die From This': Minnetonka Students Encouraging Each Other To #EscapeTheVapeStudents at a west metro high school are taking an interactive and straight-forward approach at tackling the vaping epidemic.
Gov. Tim Walz Begins High School Listening Tour On VapingGov. Tim Walz and top state officials were at Hopkins High School Tuesday morning hearing from students about the vaping epidemic.
'We're Not Invisible': Minnesota Among Handful Of States Honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day, Not Columbus DayFrom Minnesota to Vermont, at least five states and Washington, D.C., have done away with Columbus Day celebrations in deference to Native Americans, though the federal Columbus Day remains in place.
Austin To Host Governor's Pheasant OpenerGov. Tim Walz will lead the festivities as the southern Minnesota community of Austin hosts the ninth annual Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener.
Gov. Walz Willing To Consider Paying College AthletesGov. Tim Walz says he's willing to look at legislation that would allow college athletes in Minnesota to hire agents and make money off endorsements, like the law just signed in California.
'Err On The Side Of Caution': Gov. Walz, SOS Simon Host Security Officials For Election Cybersecurity Workshop