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St. Louis Park police confirm officer-involved shooting
Larger than life: Rukavina remembered for his accomplishments, big personality
Civil rights activist Gwendolyn Middlebrooks to visit Worthington Tuesday
Beekeeping class offered through Community Ed
Ellsworth adapts after loss of city hall in Tuesday fire
Wild overcome adversity, earn hard-fought win over Blue Jackets
Bemidji State seals Hockey Day sweep: Driscoll, BSU blank Michigan Tech
Minnesota holds off Penn State at buzzer
Girls hockey: Trojans come close, but lose 3-2 to Minnesota River
UMD Bulldogs blank Miami once again for series sweep
Edgerton stirred up over rumors of Dollar General coming to town
Shopko closings not affecting local stores
Trump talks ag labor and trade at the American Farm Bureau Convention
Rail to Road facility may be operational by late February
PUC sets new standards for wind energy approval
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Column: Education resources for parents
Aimlessly Navigating: Writing fulfills my childhood dream… apparently
Letter: December brings American Christmas traditions and cold
Letter: Defend the lives of the unborn, too
Letter: Time to send Grassley packing
Ann K. Petersen
Patricia "Pat" Rutgers
Resolve, revision of habits lead Murillo to healthier lifestyle
Disheveled Theologian: A history of piano lessons in 721 words
Disheveled Theologian: Light in the darkness
Hike the Wild series begins Jan. 22
Disheveled Theologian: A perspective of trust
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Elmer and Judy Brake
Air quality remains good in N.D./Minn.
MNIT seeks funds to protect Minnesotans' data
Probate of Vernon G. Engelkes
January 8, 2019
Column: What to expect in St. Paul this session
LUVERNE — The elections are over and the new legislative session is almost upon us. When legislators convene in Saint Paul on Jan. 8, we’ll get to work right away on the myriad of important issues that await action. Republicans have maintained a majority in the state Senate, while...
January 8, 2019 - 10:55pm
November 28, 2018
Weber to once again chair Senate committee
ST. PAUL— Minnesota Senate Republicans announced today that District 22 Sen. Bill Weber, R-Luverne, will chair the Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Policy Committee again in 2019 and 2020. Weber also held the post during the 2017-2018 legislative session.
November 28, 2018 - 12:21pm
November 8, 2018
MN Republicans re-elect Gazelka as senate majority leader
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Senate Republicans on Thursday. Nov. 8, unanimously re-elected their leader and selected a new president of that chamber. In a closed meeting, Republican lawmakers elected Sen. Paul Gazelka, R-Nisswa, to serve as Senate Majority Leader and Sen. Jeremy Miller,...
November 8, 2018 - 4:24pm
September 21, 2018
Veteran Minnesota lawmaker ends campaign, denies daughter's allegation of inappropriate touching
St. PAUL—Minnesota state Rep. Jim Knoblach, an influential St. Cloud Republican in his eighth term, has ended his re-election campaign...
September 21, 2018 - 5:49pm
September 13, 2018
U of M plans to ask Legislature for $87M increase
MINNEAPOLIS — University of Minnesota leaders plan to ask the Legislature for an additional $87 million next biennium with no promises for how they'll spend it. That would represent a 6.7 percent increase to the two-year, $1.3 billion base appropriation the U regularly gets...
September 13, 2018 - 9:35pm
August 8, 2018
Report: States can do more to fight cancer
DULUTH, Minn.—Minnesota falls short in adapting measures that would aid in the fight against cancer, an advocacy group contends in a report...
August 8, 2018 - 9:59pm
July 29, 2018
Child care changes 'a good step forward'
DULUTH — Minnesota family child care providers are embracing some small regulatory changes that could make a big difference in a profession that is shrinking fast. "This was a good step forward," said Julie Seydel, a child care provider and public policy director for the Minnesota...
July 29, 2018 - 10:00pm
May 31, 2018
Dayton's last bill stabilizes pensions for retired state workers
ST. PAUL—Gov. Mark Dayton decided to save one of the most bipartisan bills for last. "That's the last bill I'll sign as governor of Minnesota....
May 31, 2018 - 7:51pm
May 30, 2018
MN lawmakers claim a bonding victory as Dayton signs with objections
May 30, 2018 - 3:12pm
Peppin leaving Minnesota Legislature
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota House majority leader will not seek re-election this year so she can take a job with the Minnesota Rural Electric...
May 30, 2018 - 11:27am
May 22, 2018
MN legislative session is a wrap, without an ending
ST. PAUL — The Republican-controlled 2018 Minnesota Legislature approved a lot. Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton is poised to veto nearly all...
May 22, 2018 - 1:40pm
May 21, 2018
Bonding could be Legislature's last man standing
May 21, 2018 - 4:33pm
A bumpy ending for Minnesota Legislature
ST. PAUL—Minnesota legislators bounced down a rocky road toward adjournment with the prospect that few of the major issues of the year...
May 21, 2018 - 12:06am
May 20, 2018
DMV mess: Despite deputy registrar pleas for rescue funds, they get nothing at Minnesota Legislature
ST. PAUL—They're private business owners and government employees with a basic job: Help you renew your license plates and update the title...
May 20, 2018 - 11:20pm
May 19, 2018
Dayton vetoes four bills with one day left in session
ST. PAUL—Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed four bills, including some that received quite a bit of attention. Most of his Saturday, May 19, actions were expected. One was a bill Republicans pushed to allow Enbridge Energy to construct a replacement for its northern Minnesota Line...
May 19, 2018 - 10:26pm