It was an unusual way to win the DFL primary for governor: Lose big in the metro area and ride high Up North, especially with the votes of senior citizens and blue-collar workers.
Updated: August 12, 2010, - 01:38 PM
There are only 24 hours in a day, but not always when it comes to submitting home care bills to the state of Minnesota. Checks based on impossible work hours have been paid.
Updated: May 26, 2010, - 11:19 AM
In nearly 60 percent of cases calling for four years in prison, drivers serve a year or less in jail.
Updated: March 24, 2010, - 09:48 AM
Toyota's Prius brake problems put the automaker's reputation for quality further at risk.
Updated: February 09, 2010, - 08:56 PM
Chief regulator Darcy Miner acknowledged that the state was essentially "giving a bye" to nursing homes when it didn't cite deficiencies in cases of neglect.
Updated: January 22, 2010, - 06:11 AM
State test scores for math and reading are up, but not enough for No Child Left Behind law. Find your school's test scores.
Updated: July 01, 2009, - 05:49 AM
Those who molest family members get lighter sentences than outsiders, data show.
Updated: June 16, 2009, - 12:23 PM
A deteriorating job market is blamed for a record amount of judgments in Minnesota in 2008, and 2009 might be worse.
Updated: March 07, 2009, - 06:30 PM
A Minnesota nurse's possible ties to the suicide of a young Canadian woman may test the reach of the law online.
Updated: February 27, 2009, - 11:54 PM