Three candidates are invited to the forums, to be held in Prior Lake, Hastings, Burnsville, West St. Paul and Northfield.
The 2016 session opens March 8; they’ll break for Easter from March 25-29 and for Passover from April 22-25.
The two Senators and eight members of Congress want VA Secretary Robert McDonald to visit the hospital in St. Cloud in the wake of many concerns about care and access.
After a recent bad weekend for Minnesota pro sports teams in Arizona, Dayton made good on a bet and wore the Coyotes jersey at a press conference this morning.
More than 400 people responded to a survey on their thoughts about plowing and snow emergencies.
The visually impaired woman was dismissed from a job interview because of her disability, violating the law, reports the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
The Villaume & Schiek law firm says it has been retained by John Ekblad, the teacher who was badly injured last month by a student while trying to break up a fight at the high school.
The Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus was formed by the Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee.
The Twin Cities are two of 47 cities given a 100 points by the Human Campaign.
Residents can sign up to get texts or emails that alert them to when the plows are coming after snowfalls. Cars must be moved off the streets or risk a ticket and towing.
Police Chief Tom Smith will step down next year, after a six-year term.
The state added 7,200 jobs in November, knocking the jobless rate down by 0.2 percent.
Emmer is one of 10 House members on the bipartisan Cuba Working Group Steering Committee.
McDonough is coming Dec. 22 for the fact-finding visit; he’ll discuss the national steel crisis with workers and officials.
Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders will be at the annual party fundraiser in St. Paul.
The Minnesota Historical Society’s executive council sets policies, evaluates the director and oversees the budget.
Funds from the foundation totaling $215,000 will help 31 nonprofits, with several designed to help develop new generations of leadership.
Wippman, who has been law school dean since 2008, will start this summer at the 203-year-old school in Clinton, New York.
Chelsie Glaubitz Gabiou is 30 years old; the federation of 170 affiliated local unions has traditionally been led by older men.
After visiting a shelter for girls who’ve been victimized by sex traffickers, Blake students organized the event at the Woman’s Club of Minneapolis.