Lawmakers, Police Respond To Rape Investigation ReportA new report found fewer than one in 10 of reported sexual assault cases over a two-year period produced a conviction.
Feds Say They'll Give State Time To Upgrade IDs For FlightsFor millions of Minnesotans who board planes every year, a Minnesota state-issued driver's license may no longer be enough. Starting next year, you'll need a tamper-proof high security license approved by the federal government and issued by the state.
Lawmakers Debate Police Use Of License Plate ReadersMinnesota lawmakers opened hearings Thursday on a bill to regulate how long police can keep computer images of your car and license plate. Police store tens of thousands of those images -- even if you haven't committed a crime.
Vote ‘Yes’ Strategist Will Vote ‘No’A once powerful Minnesota Republican at the center of a sex scandal broke his 10-month silence. Michael Brodkorb lost his job after admitting an affair with then Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch, and he's now taking legal action for what he says was an improper firing.
Ritchie Accused Of 'Political Meddling' With Marriage & ID AmendmentsA group in support of the Gay Marriage Amendment in Minnesota this fall went to court today. They're trying to stop Secretary of State Mark Ritchie from changing the title on the ballot in the voting booth, which they called "political meddling".