Gov. Tim Pawlenty said today that with the nation engaged in a multi-front war, Minnesota must plan for a second state burial site, this one to be located in Duluth's Jay Cooke State Park.
Updated: March 11, 2008, - 12:50 PM
"It's time," says Russell Anderson, 66, who has been a judge for 25 years. His departure means Pawlenty will name his fourth justice and second chief to the court.
Updated: March 11, 2008, - 01:43 AM
Facing an almost $1 billion deficit, he seeks cuts in health care and higher ed spending. He also is trying to offset new tax increases.
Updated: March 07, 2008, - 09:56 PM
Minnesota homeowners facing the loss of their houses could stop foreclosures and make reduced payments for up to one year under a bill that will get its first legislative hearing today.
Updated: March 06, 2008, - 09:51 AM
The Minnesota Senate passed bills to throw a lifeline to homeowners and renters at risk of going under.
Updated: March 03, 2008, - 11:34 PM
Gov. Tim Pawlenty and DFLers agree a $935 million projected deficit means budget slashing. The debate now turns to targets.
Updated: February 29, 2008, - 12:05 AM
It would take a simple majority in the Senate either to confirm or oust state Transportation Commissioner Carol Molnau, who also is the state's lieutenant governor.
Updated: February 28, 2008, - 07:32 AM
While the exact amount remains a secret until the state economic forecast is released Thursday, Gov. Tim Pawlenty left little doubt that the tidings will be grim: "It's going to be bad."
Updated: February 27, 2008, - 08:41 AM
The Rasmussen poll of likely voters in Minnesota also found that, in presidential matchups, Barack Obama led John McCain, but McCain led Hillary Clinton.
Updated: February 22, 2008, - 01:10 PM