Walz To Deliver State Of The State Sunday EveningHe is expected to address the state's $9.2 billion surplus and his plan to give billions of it back to taxpayers in the form of Walz checks.
Mpls. Park Board Committee Votes In Favor Of Repealing Resolution That Cut Ties With MPDThe Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board could soon reverse course on a resolution cutting ties with the Minneapolis Police Department.
FBI Investigating Threat Against Mpls. City Council MembersMinneapolis City Council members are on alert after an apparent bomb threat.
The Chauvin Verdict, 1 Year LaterWednesday marks one year since a jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murdering George Floyd.
Gov. Walz, Minnesota Senators Praise State's Bird Flu FightMinnesota's governor and U.S. senators went to the heart of the state's poultry country Tuesday for a first-hand look at how the top turkey-producing state is fighting bird flu.
Sen. Klobuchar Pushes For New STURDY ActA Minnesota mother whose young son was killed when a dresser tipped over on him is working for a new law.
Minnesota Lawmakers Return To Work With Plenty Left To DoMinnesota lawmakers return to the State Capitol Monday after a weeklong Easter break.
A Look At Minnesota Candidates’ Campaign FinancesThe money will help shape races for governor, attorney general, legislative seats, and more in this 2022 cycle.
Minneapolis City Council Approves Working Group To Develop Rent Control PolicyMinneapolis voters said yes to a ballot question in November, allowing the city council to come up with a rent control policy.
The Movement To Change Minnesota’s FlagThe Minnesota state flag has looked like this for over six decades, but some say we should scratch the design and start over.
Rich Stanek Hurt In Car CrashRich Stanek, the former sheriff of Hennepin County and current Minnesota gubernatorial candidate, is recovering after a crash Tuesday night in Buffalo.
Inside The State Capitol’s Barber ShopMore people are coming back to work in-person including those who work in the Minnesota State Capitol complex. That means a boost for an atypical small business that's been around for generations in the basement of a state building.
Talking Points: Rep. Ilhan Omar Urges Relief For Student Loan DebtProgressives in Congress met with President Biden recently to push federal student loan forgiveness, including Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
1-On-1 With Republican Candidate For Governor Rich StanekThe former Hennepin County sheriff is one of nine candidates in the running for the GOP.
Rep. Ilhan Omar On Pausing Student Debt, UkraineMinnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is one of the lawmakers pushing for the Student Debt Emergency Relief Act.
Washington Co. Att'y Pete Orput Dies At 66Orput was known for his commitment to justice and his willingness to tackle cases others would not.
Talking Points: Rep. Craig's Insulin Cost Cap Bill Moving Through CongressThis week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill limiting the out-of-pocket costs for insulin to $35 a month. It's part of a yearslong effort that's been going, with mixed results, to help cut the costs of prescription drugs.
Rep. Angie Craig's Insulin Cost Cap Bill Moving Through CongressThe House passed the legislation earlier this week. Craig was the sponsor.
Minnesota Legislature Passes $25M For ALS ResearchThe Minnesota Legislature, with overwhelming bipartisan support, approved $25 million for ALS research and caregiving Monday, which advocates say is the largest investment by any state in the country to find a cure for the rare neurological disease.
Could A Family Leave Bill Finally Pass In Minnesota?Sen. Julia Coleman talks about the Republican-backed paid leave bill.
Lawmakers Consider Bill To Allow Fines For Unruly Fan BehaviorIf some Minnesota lawmakers get their way, bad behavior in the stands could land you with a big fine.
Talking Points: Congress Split Over How U.S. Should Help UkraineThe war in Ukraine continues with more civilian casualties. And in the United States Congress, there is a debate over whether the country is doing enough to help.
An Interview With Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Dr. Neil ShahShah is one of nine GOP candidates looking to unseat Gov. Tim Walz.
Is The U.S. Doing Enough To Help Ukraine?Democratic Congressman Dean Phillips is a member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. He spoke with Esme Murphy.

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