A former congressman and candidate for U.S. Senate visited Bemidji on Thursday to meet with voters and discuss the refugee topic that's been circulating in the community for most of January.
As part of her efforts to hold town hall meetings across her district, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, MN-2, will host a meeting Jan. 18 in Zumbrota.
Trista MatasCastillo teared up a bit at this week’s Ramsey County commissioners meeting when talking about callers telling her she was “unchristian” for wanting more refugees to resettle near her.
Hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans drink from tap water sources that contain potentially unsafe amounts of nitrate, according to a new report by an environmental nonprofit.
With the first day of the 2020 legislative session less than one month away, Republican and Democratic lawmakers of Minnesota's divided government have begun declaring their battles.
Looking to better prepare young Minnesotans to enter the workforce, Democratic Gov. Tim Walz is proposing the state invest $448 million in higher education this year.
Democratic Gov. Tim Walz is recommending the state spend $300 million on infrastructure to support the "most basic need of Minnesotans: clean, safe water."
The proposed changes are being made to the National Environmental Protection Act, which has remained largely unaltered since the 1970s.
In the first of four parts of the administration's highly anticipated 2020 bonding package, Minnesota's Democratic Gov. Tim Walz has proposed the state invest a historic $276 million in affordable housing projects.
The commissioners were responding to an executive order from President Trump, which enhanced state and local government involvement in refugee resettlement.
Weak language in the state’s constitution is keeping Minnesota from correcting its vast racial and socioeconomic disparities in education, according to two leaders who want an amendment put before voters in November.