Two top leaders at the Minnesota Department of Human Services have rescinded their resignations after Commissioner Tony Lourey’s abrupt departure
The Minnesota State Fair will have even more attractions and events this year in addition to the new foods and performances.
There’s one less reptile slithering along Burnsville streets.
Minnesota taxpayers helped foot the bill when Jimmy Fallon broadcast “The Tonight Show” from Minneapolis as part of last year’s Super Bowl festivities
The University of Minnesota is asking a judge to grant a new trial or reduce the dollar amount awarded to Shannon Miller as part of a discrimination case against the school.
In a global outage, users reported issues with their newsfeed, as well as logging in, and a total blackout.
Officials and leaders will be able to learn more about the Northern Lights Express passenger rail (NLX) Monday night.
Minnesota Republicans say the Legislature should approve $20 million to replenish an empty disaster aid fund ahead of anticipated spring flooding
Millions of dollars could be on the way to help Minnesota communities in need of better access to healthy food.
A group opposed to a copper-nickel mine on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has hired a former state agency chief who approved another controversial mining project in northeastern Minnesota
Minnesota has joined with 20 other states in a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s restrictions on federal family planning funds
Legislative leaders and Gov. Tim Walz have agreed on plans to provide about $23 million in immediate funding so repairs can continue on Minnesota’s troubled vehicle registration system known as MNLARS
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan will be announcing what they are calling major energy and climate policy initiatives Monday morning.
In one year, the amount of permits issued to Minnesotans allowing them to carry a handgun has increased by nearly 11,000.