Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday blamed the House GOP for a lack of agreement on universal preschool; GOP leaders say they compromised on school funds, early-learning programs
Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt endorsed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for president Thursday, and will be state chairman of his campaign.
Mohamed (Mourssi) Alfash, who worked within the Office of the Inspector General, alleges he was pushed out soon after he began raising the concerns.
The overpayments, made over a period of five years, were made to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe and the White Earth Nation to provide Suboxone, a medication used to treat opioid dependency.
The former mayor of Eveleth was 89.
Faye K. Bernstein said she raised alarms about the legality of contracts at the social services agency. Lawmakers have renewed calls for breaking up the Minnesota Department of Human Services amid leadership disarray.
Claire Wilson and Charles Johnson rescinded their resignations.
After yet another special session, Democrats and Republicans were forced to compromise on a host of divisive issues such as taxes, education and health care funding.
With $1.1 billion in assets, the St. Paul-based Otto Bremer Trust is expanding to Montana and eastern Wisconsin
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The state representative died this month of cancer.
Mark Dayton's waterway conservation idea is in limbo following the governor's veto on Saturday.
The money was in the Legacy bill that the Legislature didn't pass.
Disclosure of their relationship in early 2018 cost Tom Weber his morning show.
Minnesota lawmakers have approved the broadest expansion of the state's oversight of the long-term care industry in generations.
Investigators determine a female staff member molested three youths.
"One stop" services could expand in Minnesota – or lose their funding entirely.
The assisted-living industry has mushroomed in recent years, but Minnesota's consumer protections have not kept pace with these changes, exposing residents to serious harm and premature deaths, according to state records.