Landmark law aims to protect elders, but who writes rules?

Minnesota lawmakers have approved the broadest expansion of the state's oversight of the long-term care industry in generations.

Online attacks that began with abortion record spark BCA probe


Winter saw chilly demand for health care

24 minutes ago

Minnesota teens savor best summer job market in years

Minnesota has one of the most seasonal economies in the country, and the tightest labor market in decades is bestowing a kiss of fortune on teens searching for summer work.
In this Sept. 10, 2012, file photo, former Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr waves to fans during the Packers' NFL football game against the Sa

Green Bay Packers quarterback legend Bart Starr dies at age 85

Twins prepare for crowd surge as well as the White Sox

Twins prepare for crowd surge as well as the White Sox

33 minutes ago
 Don't Miss
Jim Smith, in his office at St. John's in Collegeville, in 2015

St. Thomas' dismissal from MIAC triggers firestorm: 'Don't cry about it ... try to get better'

Three former MIAC athletes, a former coach and a future Tommie openly shared their opinions on this week's news that St. Thomas will be "involuntarily removed from membership'' in the league after 2021.
Gophers pitcher Amber Fiser was mobbed by teammates after getting the win on Saturday, sending Minnesota to the College World Series.

OKC bound: Gophers softball clinches first College World Series berth

Shena Idoko, at center, in a blue dress, worked with a construction crew of volunteers and professionals this month to build a wall of her future home

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity hits record pace fueled by Bremer mortgages

25 minutes ago

A total eclipse of the mind

A hundred years of relativity reminds us of the power of ideas, for good or ill.