The Minnesota Security Hospital shows little sign of turning around a trend of worsening problems and new tensions that have surfaced, according to employees interviewed by MPR News and previously unreleased data from the state Department of Human Services.
Long-time Hennepin County Commissioner Mark Stenglein said Friday he will resign from the county board in June to accept a position as CEO and president of the Minneapolis Downtown Council.
The king and queen of Sweden will visit Minnesota in October, the American Swedish Institute announced Friday.
A quick, coordinated effort by Twin Cities-area social service agencies has saved housing subsidies for 45 homeless youth.
Crews worked Tuesday morning to repair damage to the Martin Olav Sabo Bridge in Minneapolis, but city officials said it's too soon to say when Hiawatha Avenue, the bridge, and a nearby light rail stop will reopen.
An extensive review of Ramsey County chief medical examiner Michael McGee's handling of a rural murder case has found no serious concerns with the work or credibility of the long-time medical examiner, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi said Thursday.
On Thursday, President Obama approved No Child Left Behind waivers for 10 states, including Minnesota. Minnesota education commissioner Brenda Cassellius spoke with MPR News about the change.
The Minnesota Security Hospital needs to be renovated to provide better care for patients, Gov. Mark Dayton said.
Maturi is in the final year of his contract. He has headed up Gophers sports programs for the past decade.
City staffers are updating the Minneapolis Climate Action Plan this year, and they're asking for public input at a meeting tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Central Library.
Former DFL Sen. Ellen Anderson says she has accepted a new job offer from Gov. Mark Dayton.
Union president Mary Cathryn Ricker says the agreement was reached at midnight, ending a lengthy negotiation process that began in May.
The number of federal job discrimination complaints filed in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota rose by four percent last year.
Tougher penalties for illegal checking were unanimously approved last weekend by Minnesota Hockey, the organization that governs amateur youth hockey in Minnesota.
Federal prosecutors filed charges Friday against a dozen people suspected of being part of a Minnesota-based identity theft ring that stole more than $2 million from banks and businesses in 14 states.