First administrative tickets for non-payment of fares will begin being issued Monday on trains and platforms.
Researchers found PFAS in the Mississippi River, as well as the Sauk River, Clearwater River and Johnson Creek in central Minnesota.
A report showing paid family leave will cost the state more than anticipated has galvanized Republicans while putting DFLers on the defense.
The team acknowledges that it wants to renovate the 23-year-old downtown arena but wouldn’t respond directly to questions about any state involvement.
But the order signed by Chief Justice Natalie Hudson said the petitioners could try again if Trump wins the Republican nomination next summer.
M.N. Technology of Cohasset has submitted a pre-application for financing from the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation agency, weeks after the state pledged to help a Missouri-based company.
Lawmakers and advocates say the efficacy of the state’s new red flag law, set to take effect in 2024, will depend on implementation and enforcement.
Several justices seemed hesitant to rule on the merits of the case, and even if the court rules, it’s not the final word.
Heartland Hub partnership among Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin is one of seven winners in national competition for $7 billion from federal infrastructure law.
With its plan to explore for nickel, cobalt and other minerals on non-federal land, Twin Metals has made an end run of a 20-year federal moratorium that dashed its efforts to mine in the Superior National Forest, whose watershed feeds into the Boundary Waters.
One former student having to shift a few hundred dollars from discretionary spending or savings to restarted loan repayments doesn’t have much effect on the broader economy. But when millions of debtors do it after not having to make payments since the pandemic began, the impact can add up quickly.
The Department of Employment and Economic Development, which administers a fund meant to promote job creation in the Iron Range, said it is not bound by an endorsement of the project by the Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation board.
Legalization advocates ask whether the state financing gives large, out-of-state cannabis businesses a taxpayer-funded advantage over local companies.
A task force exploring whether the Metropolitan Council should be elected or appointed recently discussed separating the council’s transit planning from operation duties.
Four state energy officials spoke at a conference hosted by the Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association, a trade group for solar and energy storage developers.
How, exactly, does one define when a smell is not just bad, but “interferes with the enjoyment of life?” Lawmakers and state regulators are trying — at least in the Twin Cities metro area — to take on odor that invades everyday life.
The law in fact tells retailers they cannot serve a THC beverage to a customer who appears intoxicated or has drunk alcohol within five hours, but it doesn’t take effect until 2025.
By 2040, all of the state’s power must come from carbon-free sources. Solar, hydro, and wind generation are being deployed at break-neck speed, but there’s one black sheep in the carbon-free family: nuclear power.
MinnPost interviewed Matt Varilek on Monday about his views on the economy in Greater Minnesota, child care, broadband, South Dakota, fraud in grant programs and more.
It was rising crime on platforms and vehicles that led the Legislature to change how Metro Transit deals with safety in part by shifting fare enforcement from cops to civilians.