The Environmental Quality Board is holding citizens' forums where residents can tell state commissioners their priorities for the state's air, water, land, and energy resources.
One Minnesota grocery chain says Hostess products are flying off the shelves of stores across the state after the company sought permission from a court to shut down on Friday.
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton told several hundred janitors, security officers, airport service workers and retail cleaners on Saturday that they won't get the wages they deserve unless they negotiate for it.
Members of the Minnesota Farmers Union are planning a strategy to try to persuade the lame-duck Congress to pass the stalled farm bill. The Minnesota farmers are meeting this weekend at their 71st annual convention.
The former site of Schmidt Brewery in St. Paul is on track to become a mix of businesses and residences, with hundreds of affordable artist lofts and an art-themed miniature golf course.
At least three people died Friday in a fiery head-on collision between a school bus and a car in Inver Grove Heights, police said.
A group of nearly 100 Catholics is calling for accountability and transparency in the church's finances.
A new report from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety details how the state's juvenile justice system is plagued by racial inequalities worse than other Midwestern states or other states of Minnesota's size.
Hundreds of people marked Veterans Day in Brooklyn Park on Sunday by holding what was believed to be the first formal event to honor Hmong men who worked for the CIA during the Vietnam War.
After two rounds of voting, the Minnesota House Republican caucus has elected state Rep. Kurt Daudt as minority leader.
The heads of several state agencies working to create Minnesota's first statewide substance abuse strategy are holding meetings to learn more from the public.
A former St. Paul priest has pleaded guilty to molesting a young boy in his parish and exposing himself to another.
Many of the nearly 1,000 people who gathered on the Capitol mall Wednesday held hand-written signs that simply read, "Thank you, Minnesota."
The tight race for the constitutional amendment to define marriage as a union between a man and woman kicked into high gear over the weekend as the campaigns for and against the proposal started their sprint to the finish.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services marks the beginning of National Adoption Awareness Month on Sunday with its 15th annual event to introduce potential foster families to children.