Democratic convention endorses Simon for SoS, avoids fireworks.
A new state law addresses a recent Minnesota Supreme Court decision that speaks to the public’s right to know certain details about public construction projects.
Two field tests from the St. Paul Fire Department, which had about 30 people on the scene, failed to reveal the chemical makeup of the mysterious powder.
Among U.S. Senate candidates, Sen. Julianne Ortman, R-Chanhassen, looks like the favorite to gain the party nod.
Sellers and consultants say the industry is banking on future growth.
Even among Republicans, 38 percent said they were unfamiliar with Zellers.
The excitement, controversy and confusion of what transpired at the Republican Party of Minnesota convention in Rochester this past weekend has received attention and commentary from both ends of the political spectrum. Proceedings in Duluth, where the DFL Party met concurrently for its own convention, were significantly less interesting by comparison. That’s not a bad ...
Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson, a GOP gubernatorial hopeful, announced Wednesday that he's taken on former Rep. Bill Kuisle as his lieutenant governor pick.
"If anybody knows me, I’ve never been the type to sit back and be quiet," Kuisle said.
The passage of a financing plan out of the House Transportation Finance Committee could serve as a lead-in to revisit the topic in 2015.
During a press conference Tuesday, Dayton and DFL legislative leaders prefaced the looming 2014 mid-term campaigns with a checklist of their accomplishments at the helm of state government.
Lawmakers finished out the 2014 legislative session Friday evening with the passage of three major finance and spending bills and a restrictive medical marijuana proposal. Those four pieces were seen as the last major measures to pass this year.
- Appeals court takes up transgender health coverage case
- Court upholds sex-with-minor report submitted by man’s therapist
- Federal judge rules for students with disabilities in age-cutoff case
- Justices remand Duluth dispute
- Legal education for incarcerated students expands
- Hamline prof dismissed over Muhammad image can proceed with lawsuit
- Supreme Court backs woman’s false-reporting conviction
- Pot smell not enough for search