Minnesota members of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests are releasing Tuesday a list of 130 clerics accused of sexual abuse in the state.
A long legal battle for the families of four young people who died in a train crash in Anoka is over after the railroad decided not to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The company that has helped Fairview Health Services and North Memorial Medical Center collect debts from patients has asked a court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson.
Gov. Mark Dayton is expected to sign a game and fish bill that raises new revenue for the Department of Natural Resources. The House and Senate gave final approval to the bill over the weekend.
Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed a bill that would have allowed the sale and use of more powerful backyard fireworks in Minnesota.
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a health and human services bill into law that will restore some of the budget cuts made during last year's session. He's holding a ceremonial bill signing in his office Monday morning.
A new initiative kicking off at the Minneapolis Farmers Market on Sunday hopes to support healthy communities.
The state attorney general's investigation of a hospital debt collector is affecting union contract negotiations at two Twin Cities hospital systems, union leaders said Thursday.
Attorney General Lori Swanson on Tuesday released the results of her office's investigation into Fairview Health Services' relationship with a debt collection company she has accused of violating federal and state patient privacy and debt collection laws. Swanson said the results provide further evidence that Accretive Health engaged in illegal activity.
State health officials this week are reminding parents to have their infants vaccinated against a host of preventable diseases.
Minnesota's Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson will testify Wednesday at a hearing in Washington on government oversight of Medicaid programs. MPR News reporter Elizabeth Dunbar gives us the details.
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Federal public health officials will have their eyes on Minnesota on May 6, when local postal workers and the Minnesota Department of Health distribute pill bottles to about 37,000 households in the Twin Cities.
The House and Senate both held floor votes this week on two separate abortion-related bills. The votes came as other work -- such as a health care spending bill and a tax bill -- remain unfinished, prompting criticism from opponents of the abortion measures.
A new report from state health officials says the number of sexually transmitted diseases has climbed to a new record in Minnesota.
A congressional hearing next week will focus heavily on questions over Medicaid accountability in Minnesota, state lawmakers announced Wednesday.