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The senior staff hires come four months ahead of the pivotal November election.
Minnesota House Republicans are pushing a proposal that would allow local school districts to decide if — and how — they should reopen for classes…
The CARES Act funding will be distributed to 300 food shelves and seven food banks across the state.
Gov. Tim Walz, who's planning to call a special session Monday, said he is optimistic that lawmakers can strike a deal. But the politics remain tricky.
In the 115-year history of the State Capitol building, memorials have only ever been added, never subtracted. That could soon change.
The request to FEMA asks the president to declare a major disaster in Minnesota and send relief.
Republican Rep. Jim Hagedorn is facing a rematch this fall with Democrat Dan Feehan.
During his 32 years at the Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board, Paul Mandell has heard plenty of suggestions for new monuments.
Any eligible Minnesotan can now elect to vote early by mail or in person.
Legislators failed to pass distribution plan during recent special session.