Children with asthma don't always get enough of their medications, say findings of a University of Minnesota study.
Occupy Minnesota protester Melissa Hill argues in the lawsuit she filed with the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota that her constitutional rights were violated.
A judge says the state can pay less money to personal care assistants who care for their relatives.
A University of Minnesota study says the number of traffic deaths in the state has dropped much lower than it would have thanks to a new seat belt law.
A New York Times investigation on horse breakdowns and jockey injuries at racetracks shows Minnesota's Canterbury Park has had fewer incidents than most tracks -- 3.2 incidents per 1,000 starts.
A House committee today will take up a bill that aims to fix some of the problems created from the budget deal that ended last summer's state government shutdown.
A Senate committee has advanced two Republican proposals aimed at countering the federal health care overhaul.
The Mayo Clinic on Tuesday announced a St. Cloud cancer clinic will be the first member of a Mayo cancer network aimed at giving patients access to services closer to where they live.
A Senate committee on Monday heard testimony on legislation targeting health plans that do business with the state.
UCare is defending a $30 million donation to the state, a day after Sen. Chuck Grassley said he was concerned the gift was made to avoid reimbursing the federal government.
A panel of hockey coaches, referees and other experts on Thursday said that changes to the game -- from enforcing stiffer penalties for dangerous plays to emphasizing skill instead of intimidation -- could help make the game safer.
As Minnesota's top high school hockey teams take the ice during the state hockey tournament, there is greater emphasis to reduce the kind of play that can lead to concussions and other serious injuries.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic are planning more studies on a type of blood cancer.
The study, published Friday online in the journal Women's Health Issues, looked at national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey data from 2000 to 2009.
The union representing about 20,000 Minnesota nurses on Tuesday announced new legislation that it says would address inadequate staffing levels at hospitals.