Minnesota lawmakers are considering reorganizing the state’s Department of Human Services following a series of leadership resignations
On Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety will be recognizing 43 law enforcement officers who made the most DWI arrests in 2018.
Two top leaders at the Minnesota Department of Human Services have rescinded their resignations after Commissioner Tony Lourey’s abrupt departure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.
Police say Fardowso Ibrahim Hassan was last seen on the 3500 block of Morgan Avenue North on Sunday evening, March 31.
Gov. Tim Walz says he’ll use his first State of the State address to appeal for overcoming political gridlock and to stress the need for lawmakers from both parties in a divided Legislature to work together to solve Minnesota’s problems.
Right now, there is a cap on how many barrels of beer a brewery can produce, while also being able to sell growlers and crowlers in their business.
Senators approved the bill on a 59-6 vote Monday.
About 10 dead swans were found at the Vadnais Heights Lake.
The first place in Minnesota to be recognized as a Certified Autism Center is one of the country’s most recognized malls.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill to require drivers to use hands-free devices when they want to use their cellphones on the road
Minnesota Public Radio reports that the St. Paul-based Wilder Foundation released its findings this month from a count of people experiencing homelessness in 2018.
Gov. Tim Walz has announced tweaks to his budget proposal to reflect projected slower economic growth
Gov. Tim Walz is turning up the heat on lawmakers to try to prevent the state’s 2 percent tax on health care providers from expiring at the end of the year