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.
The camp dwellers say they feel safer watching over each other in a large group than living scattered on the streets; they are determined to remain despite repeated attempts by the state to clear them out.
The alleged incident between Keith Ellison and Karen Monahan came to light Saturday night after her son posted about it on Facebook. Ellison responded Sunday in a statement.
State reviewed and closed more than 3,000 unresolved cases alleging maltreatment in senior facilities.
This year's big races are drawing relatively high numbers of contenders compared to other recent elections.
Nancy Omondi says she was fired three days after she filed a formal complaint alleging a pattern of harassment.
Though neither have their party's endorsement, Republican candidate Tim Pawlenty and DFL candidate Tim Walz have raised significantly more campaign cash than their rivals in the last weeks before contested primaries.
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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.
Both the DFL and Republican gubernatorial primaries are expected to be contentious, Sen. Tina Smith is looking to fend off a challenge from ethics lawyer Richard Painter and the DFL primary in the Fifth Congressional District could determine who goes to Washington.
Prosecutors say Jerry Lee Curry's family history points to a "pattern of abuse" toward female relatives.
It's rare to have two Senate seats on the ballot in a single year, but it's one of the reasons Minnesota is a state to watch come November.
The Department of Homeland Security cites ongoing dangers, saving 500 from deportation risk.
No state is home to more toss-up congressional races than Minnesota. The Third District has already surpassed the $6M mark for fundraising, and the suddenly-open Fifth is heating up.