Though lawmakers and the general public once had to notify the state Department of Public Safety when they had a gun at the Capitol complex, the Legislature got rid of that requirement years ago.
LaTrisha Vetaw crushed Council Member Phillipe Cunningham in north Minneapolis’ Ward 4, while Emily Koski handily beat Jeremy Schroeder in south Minneapolis’ Ward 11.
On Monday, the Minnesota Department of Health said they know of 8,184 cases throughout the pandemic in the state in which someone who previously had COVID-19 was reinfected.
Starlink’s technology has the potential to connect parts of rural Minnesota where high-speed internet is expensive to build and hard to come by, but the service has also stirred up plenty of debate — and frustration — among public officials.
The money represents unprecedented spending on child care, even as child care advocates say it’s not nearly enough to address longstanding economic problems with the system.
While some are concerned with environmental dangers of aquaculture, others see the industry as a promising one for Minnesota.
Many of Minnesota’s small, in-home child care businesses say larger centers get more attention and resources from the government.
A law passed by the Minnesota Legislature in June required the state to reopen all the stations.
In some ways, Minnesota is an outlier, in that it was one of two Midwestern states that shifted overall toward Democrats in recent elections.
Logging has made large improvements in safety, especially as the industry has become more mechanized, but it is still far more dangerous than many occupations in Minnesota.
The Northwest Angle loan program is open to any “remote recreational business” in the area that lost more than 30 percent of its revenue between March of 2020 and 2021 and was impacted by the border closure.
Central Lakes College and Ridgewater College are launching programs aimed at training the next generation of animal slaughter, butchery and processing workers.
For weeks, Tim Walz has been locked in debate with Senate Republicans over a GOP threat to remove Jan Malcolm as MDH commissioner during a special session.
The push is part an effort by the DNR to improve relationships with tribes in Minnesota.
Data from the Minnesota Department of Health show the state added 16,617 new cases in the seven days between Sept. 15 and Tuesday, for an average of 2,373 new cases per day.
Our recent survey of more than 1,900 Minnesota voters included several open-ended questions. Here are the most unexpected answers.
Public views on the issues may not be as sharply partisan as one might expect.
Solar panel manufacturer Heliene, which currently employs about 75 people at its Mountain Iron facility, is planning a $21 million expansion, with state and local governments are chipping in millions for the project.
A new MinnPost poll found that rural and urban voters in Minnesota are split sharply on everything from the performance of Gov. Tim Walz to the results of the 2020 election.