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.
Mental health services company is accused of overbilling for client care.
Lawsuit claims Minnesota's sex offender program violates the Constitution.
Rare forfeiture move follows evidence of a suspicious wire transfer.
Expert witness appears on fourth day of Thomas Duvall's discharge hearing.
In light of state legislation to make student fees optional, we analyzed data on tuition and fees at Minnesota's public colleges and universities.
Members of key science advisory panel told to reapply for posts when their term ends.
Readers Write: Police participation in Pride parade, health care reform, University of Minnesota budget and public input
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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.
A dozen other governors have pledged to uphold their own version of the Paris accord.
In tearful testimony, Thomas Duvall describes his violent past and pleaded to be released.
A panel is hearing testimony this week on whether Thomas Duvall, 61, is still a danger.
Twin Cities is a hot spot in a national study of lakes and road-salt runoff. It showed that salt concentrations in the Mississippi, mostly from road salt, have increased 81 percent since 1985.
Budget proposals moving through the Republican-controlled Legislature would continue what park officials say is a decadelong dilemma: Operating funds for the state's 75 parks have declined, after accounting for inflation, while the number of Minnesotans who use them continues to increase every year.