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Shakopee mayor calls for prison fence after inmate escape
A prisoner is back in custody after escaping from the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Shakopee Monday night.
I-694 receives funding for part-time lanes
Last month, Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced ten highway projects to receive $300 million in funding through the state's new Corridors of Commerce program.
Michele Bachmann: Minnesota Democrats need to keep their Obamacare promises
It has now been two months since the Obamacare rollout began, and what do Minnesotans have to show for it? Already more than 5 million Americans are losing their existing health care plans, including low-income college students; 140,000 of the 5 million people nationwide receiving cancellation letters are from right here in Minnesota.
Seifert makes campaign stop
Fresh off his campaign announcement last week, gubernatorial hopeful Marty Seifert, a Republican from Marshall, was on the campaign trail Monday in Fairmont.
Seifert joins GOP race for Governor
Months of successful fundraising for a new cancer center in Marshall behind him, former state Rep. Marty Seifert announced Thursday he will seek the GOP gubernatorial nomination in 2014.
Seifert to announce decision on governor's race on Nov. 21
Marty Seifert, who has been rumored to make another run for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in 2014, said Thursday he will make his intentions known next week, but all signs point to a bid for the nomination, according to a Marshall Independent report on Thursday.
Gov. Dayton announces 10 road projects geared toward improving commerce
Just as Minnesota's highway construction season has finally ended, state officials on Thursday announced a new road building program that will start next summer.
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Dayton wants sex offender releases halted for now
Gov. Mark Dayton speaking at an event in the St. Cloud area earlier this year. On Thursday, he called for a halt to provisional releases of Minnesota sex offenders until the Legislature can review the issue.
Should Apple Valley, Rosemount Officials Make More Than The Governor?
Apple Valley's and Rosemount's highest-paid officials are among dozens of local government employees who make more than Gov. Mark Dayton, according to an Associated Press analysis released Sunday .