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Governor Mark Dayton Back To Work After Surgery

Governor Mark Dayton says he’s feeling OK but still recovering after prostate cancer surgery. Dayton made his first public appearance Friday after undergoing...

Lawmakers Receive Pay Increase

Minnesota lawmakers will get a hefty raise after a newly created citizen council voted to increase the Legislature’s pay by 45 percent. The Legislative Salary...

Minnesota Lost Over 8,000 Jobs In January

January numbers show that Minnesota lost more than 8,000 jobs, according to state economic officials. On Thursday the Department of Employment and Economic Development...

Peterson Named Winner Of “Hotdish Off”

Rep. Collin Peterson is the winner of this year’s Minnesota congressional “Hotdish Off,” with the help of a key ingredient from a neighboring state....

Standardized Tests Questioned

Minnesota’s legislative auditor says the state’s schools are spending a lot of time and money taking standardized tests without a clear payoff. The...

MN Could See Billions Of Dollars In Health Care Expenses

Minnesota officials are bracing for billions of dollars in additional health care expenses if President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans move ahead with a plan...

Governor Mark Dayton Recovering From Prostate Cancer Surgery

Governor Mark Dayton is recovering from surgery after having his prostate removed. The Minnesota governor took to social media and posted a message on Facebook late...

Upgrades & Changes Coming To MN State Parks

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is upgrading a list of state parks where major improvements are coming to parks across Minnesota. Some of the new changes...

Dispute Over Minntac Permits

U.S. Steel has gone to court in a dispute with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over pollution limits for its Minntac iron mining operations. Minntac has been...

Environmental Group Becomes Defendant In Twin Metals Lawsuit

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A federal judge has approved an environmental group’s request to intervene in a lawsuit over mineral rights leases for the propose...

Spring Weight Restrictions Begin

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will start spring truck weight restrictions in the central frost zones on Tuesday, February 21. Removal of winter load...

Sunday Liquor Sales Moves To House Floor

Minnesota lawmakers could make a move and officially end the ban on Sunday liquor sales. The Minnesota House of Representatives is set to vote on the issue Monday...

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