Gov. Walz Outlines What It'll Take To End The Peacetime State Of EmergencyFor the first time since declaring a state of emergency in March over the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Tim Walz outlined this week what he believes is needed to end the peacetime emergency.
Athletes, Coaches And Parents Rally At Walz's Residence Over Delay In H.S. Football GamesThis is all happening over the backdrop of new data that shows, from Aug. 21 to Sept. 4, 73 high school athletes who tested positive and 735 students who came into close contact with a positive case.
Unrest In The Twin Cities: Senate Committee Reports Minneapolis Police Requested National Guard EarlyThe Republican-controlled Senate Transportation and Public Safety Committee says a Minneapolis police commander sent a detailed request on May 27, after the first night of violent protests.
Federal Grants Received For Highway 14 Expansion, Highway 10 Bridge Replacement Gov. Tim Walz announced Thursday funding for two major road construction projects.
Ramsey Co. Judge Dismisses Challenge To Walz's COVID-19 Executive OrdersA group called Free Minnesota Small Business Coalition argued the governor is usurping the powers of the Legislature.
Gov. Walz, Health Officials Share Concerns Over Minnesota's COVID-19 SituationGov. Tim Walz addressed Minnesota's COVID-19 situation on Thursday afternoon, warning that if the numbers don't start improving the state may need to go back to tighter restrictions.
Gov. Walz Announces $300 In New Weekly Unemployment BenefitsGov. Tim Walz has announced an extra $300 in new weekly unemployment benefits, to be funded by money from the CARES Act.
1,000 Law Enforcement Members On Minneapolis Streets After Downtown RiotThere was a strong show of force in Minneapolis Thursday night, 24 hours after rioting and looting erupted on the streets.
'We're Not Going To Forget': City, State Leaders Speak Out Against RiotingAfter what many called a rocky city and state response to the George Floyd protests and rioting, Gov. Tim Walz said there were lessons learned.
Man Charged With Threatening Gov. Tim Walz: 'We’re Gonna Put Your Dead Body In That Building'A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Shawn Peter Simonson, 51, who’s charged with threatening Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz.
Unrest Grows In Downtown Minneapolis After Police Say Murder Suspect Killed Himself On Nicollet MallHostile crowds have gathered in downtown Minneapolis after police say a man wanted in connection with a homicide Wednesday afternoon killed himself as officers approached him on Nicollet Mall.
GOP Senators Air Grievances In Job Review For MPCA Head Laura BishopSenate Republicans aired a list of grievances Monday as they reviewed the job performance of Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Commissioner Laura Bishop, the latest Cabinet member to face tough questions and the potential loss of her job amid disputes between Democratic Gov. Tim Walz and the Senate GOP majority.
Commerce Commissioner Under Fire For Appealing Enbridge Energy Line 3 DecisionA member of Gov. Tim Walz's cabinet faced sharp questioning at a confirmation hearing Friday for approving an appeal over a controversial pipeline project in a dispute that could cost him his job.
Jason Lewis Accuses USPS Of 'Incompetency' After Walz Fundraising Mail Allegedly Delivered To HimLewis says the post office is not set up for all mail-in voting, and it's vulnerable to fraud. The campaign staff of Sen. Tina Smith, who Lewis faces off against in the general election, condemned him for denigrating the USPS.
Walz Administration Keeps Up Fight Against Line 3 Crude Oil PipelineGov. Tim Walz's administration said Tuesday it will appeal the latest approvals by state utility regulators for Enbridge Energy's plan to replace its old and corroding Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.