A state insurance exchange, part of the federal law, will be key issue.
Updated: January 27, 2012, - 07:18 PM
A St. Paul insurance salesman was accused Tuesday of scamming two older men, including a retired St. Paul police officer, by selling them unsuitable investments he was not licensed to sell.
Updated: January 24, 2012, - 11:04 PM
As Minnesota's population ages, caring for the elderly could become a huge drain on state finances. The state's human services chief plans to launch a new effort to encourage people to finance their own care.
Updated: January 12, 2012, - 08:33 PM
It's an old, old problem: Tens of thousands of Minnesotans could benefit from food stamps but don't, and the reasons are pride and ignorance.
Updated: January 12, 2012, - 06:09 PM
Ruth Anderson, believed to be the world's oldest twin at 112, was an avid Scrabble player.
Updated: December 20, 2011, - 11:28 PM
Experts urge caution against scams that rely on trust.
Updated: December 13, 2011, - 07:43 PM
Maintaining independence at all costs sometimes makes older people "our own worst enemies," former Minnesota Attorney General Hubert "Skip" Humphrey told a group of advocates for the aged Friday.
Updated: December 09, 2011, - 09:31 PM
Minnesota communities will use money to promote good health habits and reduce treatment costs.
Updated: December 09, 2011, - 08:15 PM
Regulators cite Faribault home, raise consent questions over male resident's contact with six women.
Updated: December 08, 2011, - 09:39 PM