Gov. Walz Says Trip To Japan, South Korea May Lead To New Business Gov. Tim Walz says his just-concluded trade trip to Japan and South Korea was productive and thinks it will lead to new business eventually.
Gov. Tim Walz Travels To Japan For Trade TalksGovernor Tim Walz is in Tokyo this weekend to discuss economic partnerships with Japan.
Meet Minnesota's 'First Dog'!Almost eight months after taking office, Governor Walz fulfilled one of his campaign promises today - this time to his son Gus.
Gov. Walz To Deliver On Promise To Son: He's Getting A PuppyGov. Tim Walz says he’s going to deliver on a campaign promise he made to his son.
Talking Points: Gov. Walz, Sen. Gazelka On Legalizing Recreational MarijuanaCould recreational marijuana soon be legal in Minnesota?
Gov. Tim Walz Visits 1st Minnesota Farm To Grow Hemp In DecadesAfter years of it being illegal to grow, Minnesota farmers can now grow hemp.
Walz Orders State Agencies To Prepare For Legalized Recreational MarijuanaSenate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka says he'll block the bill in the Republican-controlled chamber. Legalization proponents say opposition in the Senate should be removed in the 2020 election.
Gov. Walz Taps Jodi Harpstead To Be Commissioner Of Human ServicesGov. Tim Walz announced Monday his pick for the commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
More Than 1,000 Gun Control Supporters Rally At State CapitolThe recent mass shootings are inspiring gun control supporters to take action right here in Minnesota.
Report: DHS Overpaid Tribes By $25 MillionNew revelations about overpayments to two American Indian tribes are bringing more scrutiny to Minnesota's Department of Human Services.
'We Are Going To Be There': Gov. Tim Walz Working To End Veteran Homelessness In MinnesotaGov. Tim Walz is leading the effort to have Minnesota declared the fourth state in the U.S. to put an end to veteran homelessness.
'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.