ST. PAUL - Gun control supporters are planning to gather outside Minnesota's House chamber to express disappointment that bills to expand background checks for gun purchases are shelved for the year at the Capitol.
ST. PAUL - Minnesota's lowest-wage workers are closing in on a government-mandated raise.
ST. PAUL - Supporters of legalizing marijuana for medical use are putting their plan forward at Minnesota's Capitol.
ST. PAUL - The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) launched a new blog today aimed at providing practical guidance for aspiring entrepreneurs and new business owners in Minnesota.
ST. PAUL - Over the past 23 years arson fires have caused 56 deaths and more than $333.7 million in property damage in Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS - Tuesday in federal court, a 48-year-old man pleaded guilty to being a habitual offender who committed domestic assault against a woman on the Bois Forte Indian Reservation.
From day one, Esko senior Savanna Trapp was destined for the basketball court."I was always a little bit taller than everyone else," says Esko senior Savanna Trapp, "which is a given because my parents were both tall. They always taught me to be proud of my height and I am, totally own it."
ST. PAUL - Mining companies and employees will have an updated list of mine inspection standards to abide by.
ST. PAUL - In an effort to combat obesity, Minnesota food shelves have been trying to offer healthier options to people in need.