Support is strongest among young, urban Democrats, with opposition throughout rural areas and among older voters, the Minnesota Poll finds.
May 17, 2003: This billboard shown stands along Interstate 94 in Moorhead, Minn., and can be seen driving into North Dakota.
In a move that reversed several years of practice, the Minnesota Board of Teaching recently denied a group licensing waiver for the Teach for America educator training program.
Sally asks Suzy over for a play date. Suzy's mother learns through neighborhood gossip that Sally's family recently adopted a man-eating Bengal tiger named "Roscoe."
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Gov. Mark Dayton says the state will open a European trade office in Germany to promote exports and foreign investment back in Minnesota.
Minnesota's ski and snowboard areas have come together to form a new organization to promote the sport and their business interests--and save a consumer trade show that had been on the chopping block.
So it's starting to actually feel like June! It's just in time because there's TONS of outdoor events to be had.
Mayors from around Minnesota are gathering to discuss how an $80 million bump in state aid to cities will affect their cities.
What are the forces moving the Minnesota economy? Adam Belz tries to identify the trends and show the connections between Minnesota and the larger U.S. and global economies.
A federal appeals court has put a hold on regulations aimed at reducing haze over national parks and wilderness areas from taconite plants in Minnesota and Michigan.
Prosecutors have charged a Minnesota man with manslaughter after his 5-month-old daughter died after being left for hours in a hot minivan last week.
Minnesota Power expects to have its largest hydroelectric generating station, which has been out of service since ravaged by June 2012 flooding, partially back into operation by the end of this year and fully restored in 2014, the division of ALLETE said Tuesday.
Minnesota is levitating. The state is lifting away from Wisconsin and heading off into the 21st century while Wisconsin is working hard to reestablish the economy and social mores of the Dark Ages.
In its weekly crops and weather report for Minnesota, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday that a statewide average of 3.6 days were suitable for fieldwork last week, a slight improvement from recent weeks.
Groups that lobbied to advance or block legislation at Minnesota's Capitol are filing mandatory reports detailing how much they spent on the efforts.