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State officials defended their participation in the program, noting they followed all of the rules and used the money as it was intended.
During the ongoing pandemic, counties have been given more latitude to find a polling place that's safe for voters.
Minnesota lawmakers are facing a potential $4.7 billion deficit in the next two-year budget as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues to gobble up more resources than the state gets in revenue.
School districts are expected to announce in the coming weeks one of three learning models they will use based on the formula laid out Thursday.
Gov. Tim Walz is loosening social distancing measures, but some restrictions remain.
The first daughter and the U.S. Interior chief made stops in Duluth and Bloomington
This time, it was the COVID-19 pandemic that complicated things.
The legislation, which passed a divided Legislature with broad bipartisan support earlier this week, ushers in some of the most significant changes to the state criminal justice system in years.
The Legislature passed one of the most substantial changes to the state's criminal justice system in years, including a statewide ban on chokeholds and neck restraints.
Some of Rep. Ilhan Omar's biggest critics are placing their bets — and considerable resources — on political newcomer Antone Melton-Meaux, her leading opponent in the five-way Aug. 11 primary.