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The former Minneapolis police officer has been serving time in a medium-security prison in Arizona, where he was stabbed and wounded by another prisoner.
These moments stood out in the historic session under a DFL trifecta.
Victoria White will also serve two months on probation under a sentence from D.C. judge.
New Minnesota Ice Festival hopes to obliterate the 2010 maze record set in Buffalo, N.Y.
Prosecutors sought three-year sentence for man who assaulted the Minnesota congresswoman in February.
The congresswoman's victim impact statement says her sense of safety and security has been "significantly impacted."
Agency head says the state struggled to ensure compliance amid an influx of federal pandemic-related funding.
Former Minnesota attorney general candidate Doug Wardlow will represent Lindell and the pillow manufacturer.
Minnesota Supreme Court ruled after hearing oral arguments last week; a general election challenge is still possible.
Justices heard arguments on petition saying Constitution's insurrection clause bars Trump from 2024 ballot in Minnesota.
Thursday hearing is expected to be one of many steps leading to a possible U.S. Supreme Court hearing.
Phase three of Viking Lakes adds apartments adjacent to basketball, pickleball and tennis courts.
The former lieutenant governor seeks spot created by election of House Speaker Mike Johnson.
Scholars will speak about the significant oral arguments coming next week to the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Granite Falls Vanguard at Project Turnabout is one of just a few residential centers in the nation.
Republican grew up in Windom, says he recently moved into the Second District.
Protesters interrupted her minutes into the polite question-and-answer session with former Dean Robert Stein.
But the court will allow the former president's campaign to make oral arguments to try to keep him on the ballot.
Optimism reached the sunny skies before the Houston Astros scored four first-inning runs and won 9-1.
Vadnais Heights DFLer tested at the jail with 0.16% blood alcohol level, twice the legal limit.
Brion Curran of Vadnais Heights has yet to be formally charged, remains in Chisago County Jail.
All tickets have been reserved for the free event; U plans tight security.
Historic building's systems need more work than expected, construction costs have climbed.
Skol brothers and sisters can purchase the plates for an extra $30 beginning in January. The official announcement is today.
Tonya Puckett-Miller died at the age of 58 after a 20-month battle with glioblastoma, leaving behind her kids and grandkids.
State Supreme Court will hear arguments Nov. 2 to decide whether the former Republican president should be on the 2024 ballot.
Populous will likely present design options in November for protecting Minnesota Vikings fans.
Led by former Secretary of State Joan Growe, group questions whether U.S. Constitution allows Trump on the ballot.
She was married to the late Minnesota Twins superstar Kirby Puckett during his playing days.
The station had been the flagship for Wolves broadcasts since 2011 and offered the team more money to stay in contract negotiations.
Former Secretary of State Joan Growe leads the coalition of voters saying Trump should be barred.
Larry Herke cited a diagnosis of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
A bill to bring sports gambling will need support at the Legislature from members of both political parties and, to get that, the state's American Indian tribes and race track officials need to feel like they will benefit.
U.S. Supreme Court could be asked soon to decide issues raised by two conservative constitutional law professors.
A state representative from Mendota Heights since 2019, Ruth Richardson quietly resigned her House seat Friday without further explanation.
Public safety agency also faulted for partly forgiven $1 million cash-flow loan to nonprofit.
Gov. Walz also named his former general counsel Karl Procaccini to the state's highest bench Wednesday.
University officials said affected data is from 2021 and earlier, but didn't describe the scope.
The Minnesota Republican plans a second in-person, open-door event Wednesday in Hamburg in Carver County.
St. Cloud legislator has served as speaker pro tempore, a leadership post.
Renee Alexander says she's focused on building up the fair for future generations.
Counties and cities can purchase the new assisted-voting devices if approved by the state.
DFL changes to firearm laws passed last session go into effect Aug. 1.
Jeremy Drucker says curbing overdose fatalities will be a key marker of success.
Receiver Jordan Addison, the Vikings' first-round draft pick in April, was cited shortly after 3 a.m. Thursday on eastbound I-94 near the Dale Street exit in St. Paul, the State Patrol said.
A sealed court filing says Cook wanted the woman to drop assault accusations in exchange for cash, but she declined, according to a document filed in Dakota County.
Ramsey County Attorney Choi says prosecutors should play a bigger role in rewarding rehabilitation.
He said the court doesn't like to create chaos with its rulings; he declined to address ethics.
Minnesota Twins, ballpark authority will spend up to $3.2 million for new barriers.
Appeals Court ruling says governor acted within his authority in declaring emergency during COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaders are trying to put out the word about the new law allowing voting upon release from incarceration.
The state Court of Appeals rejected the lawsuit from the 2019 accident on Diffley Road.
Minnesota's first transgender legislator shepherded the effort at the statehouse to remove a line from the state's Human Rights Act, drawing claims from GOP the bill protected pedophiles.
Maureen Onyelobi is the first woman in Minnesota to attend law school while in prison.
One man pardoned committed robbery, forged a check more than 20 years ago. The Legislature approved the change in the pardons process earlier this year.
But taxpayers still could be on the hook for the planned security fence around the stadium, and for ongoing maintenance.
Brian Mock's trial will resume July 11 on charges he assaulted or impeded officers at the Capitol.
State DFL leaders told officials how they passed a sweeping progressive policy agenda and how they plan to implement it.
The Minnesota Vikings won't have the new fence for the 2023 season, but it will be ready by April 2024.
A father and son and another relative from southern Minnesota have been arrested and each charged with a felony and two misdemeanors for their alleged roles in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Gildea has led the judiciary since Gov. Tim Pawlenty elevated her in 2010.
Gov. Tim Walz has hinted that would happen and the group working to bring the event to Minnesota has scheduled a press conference for next week about a major event at Target Center.
Legislature closed loophole in law about using electronic devices while driving.
DFLer worked from hospital and home as she faced surgery and chemotherapy.
Political newcomer is running as a Republican in the south suburban Second District race in 2024.
His wide-ranging career ended as Eastern Carver County's superintendent of schools.
The Restore the Vote coalition went door-knocking to spread the word on St. Paul's East Side.
The victim, who was shot just after 1 p.m. Monday, was listed in critical condition.
From Social Security tax exemptions to gun restrictions, DFL leaders at the State Capitol held their caucuses together on divisive issues.
U.S. Bank Stadium's outstanding $377 million debt will be retired by July under new law.
Walz sets up a commission to explore Uber-Lyft driver pay and job security. It came hours after Uber announced plans to pull out of all Minnesota markets except the Twin Cities metro area, and only offer its premium products.
Republicans say the new budget will make it much more expensive to live in Minnesota.
GOP legislative leaders and the chair of the Minnesota Republican Party blast Democrats for raising taxes amid surplus.
Lawmakers sent a $2.6 billion infrastructure package to Gov. Tim Walz's desk on the final day of session.
Book focuses on the long-shot, historical nature of the case despite the horrific video.