A new poll finds Minneapolis residents are in favor of the controversial charter amendment that would replace the city's police department with a department of public safety.
Talking Points: Poll Shows Citizens Support Dismantling Minneapolis PoliceA new poll finds Minneapolis residents are in favor of the controversial charter amendment that would replace the city's police department with a department of public safety.
Interview: Rep. Pete Stauber Takes Issue With Biden's COVID PoliciesA Minnesota congressman is among those sharply criticizing the president's vaccine mandates and COVID policy.
Minnesota House DFL Votes To Expel Rep. John Thompson From CaucusParty leaders say his actions, reports of abuse and misconduct and failure to take responsibility led them to this public rebuke.
Interview: Rep. Ilhan Omar On Public Safety Amendment, Vaccines And MoreCongresswoman Ilhan Omar joins us live to talk about her support of the amendment and other issues.
MDH Concerned About COVID Case Bump As School Year StartsMinnesota public health officials say they are concerned about COVID-19 cases increasing among children as a school year begins with many back in the classroom.
Sen. Klobuchar Reveals She Was Treated For Breast CancerSen. Amy Klobuchar first got the news in February, but said the timing just wasn’t right to go public. But now she’s ready to share her story in the hopes of helping someone else.
Ex-Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka Announces Run For GovernorSeven Republicans are now in the race.
College GOP Chair Describes Sexual Harassment She Endured In PartyA leader among Minnesota Republicans is publicly sharing her story of sexual harassment within the party.
Ex-Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka Announces His Run For GovernorFormer Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka has announced his run to replace DFL Gov. Tim Walz Wednesday.
Gazelka To Announce His Run For Governor WednesdaySources tell WCCO that former Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka will announce his run to replace DFL Gov. Tim Walz Wednesday.
Mpls. City Council Approves New Public Safety Ballot LanguageMinneapolis residents were set to vote this fall on whether the city's police department should be replaced by a Department of Public Safety.
City Council Approves New Mpls. Public Safety Ballot Language After Judge Struck Down Previous QuestionA controversial plan to replace the Minneapolis Police Department hit another stumbling block Tuesday.
Walz, Smith, Klobuchar Survey Greenwood FireMinnesota's governor got a firsthand look today at the damage caused by a large wildfire.
Parents Sue Gov. Walz For Not Imposing School Mask MandateMany Minnesota schools open their doors this week. Just in time for classes, a group of parents has filed a lawsuit seeking a statewide school mask mandate.
Interview: Sen. Tina Smith Speaks On 'Most Important' Climate Change BillMinnesota Sen. Tina Smith is currently the lead negotiator on a federal bill that the Boston Globe has called "the most important bill Congress can pass to prevent climate change."
MN Lawmakers Gather At Capitol In Support Of Line 3, Oppose Visit From ‘DC Squad’In just over a week, we've seen two protests of the line 3 pipeline. But this morning, some Minnesota lawmakers and union members gathered at the State Capitol in support of it. The group of lawmakers says they are “offended” a group, led by Rep. Ilhan Omar, is visiting northern Minnesota to protest the project.
Sen. Susan Kent Steps Down As Minority Leader, Will RetireDFL Senate Minority Leader Susan Kent says she’s stepping down from her post, and will also retire next year to focus on her family.
Still No Plan On Who Gets What From $250M Frontline Worker FundA $250 million pot of money is set aside as bonus pay for frontline workers, and a panel of Minnesota lawmakers is supposed to decide how it will be divided by Monday.
Deadline Looms For Lawmakers To Take Action On Bonus Pay For Frontline WorkersA group of lawmakers is expected to present a final proposal for frontline worker pay bonuses on Thursday. The legislature set aside $250 million, and is letting a group decide who gets the money and how much they will get.
Hearing Being Held Thursday On Controversial Referendum To ‘Strike And Replace’ MPDThere's a hearing today that could impact a question voters see about the future of Minneapolis police, Marielle Mohs reports.
List Of Republicans Hoping To Unseat Walz GrowsState Senator Michelle Benson launched her campaign for governor on Wednesday. Others, including former state lawmaker Scott Jensen are also in the race.
Good Question: How Are Refugees Placed Around The Country?At least 35 refugees from Afghanistan have new homes in Minnesota. Over the next several months, that number is expected to grow to 300, according to International Institute of Minnesota.
Debate Over How To Distribute $250 Million In Frontline Worker Bonuses At State Capitol$250 million is available for frontline workers who risked their lives during the pandemic. But who should get it, and how much?
U Of M’s Plan To Enforce Vaccine MandateThe FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine means a rush of business and colleges, including the University of Minnesota, announced vaccine mandates. The U is now requiring that all 50,000-plus students be vaccinated for COVID-19.