Lawmakers on a Republican-led subcommittee in the U.S. House met Thursday to discuss President Barack Obama's offer to give states the ability to receive waivers from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, program.
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The Prairie Seeds Academy will not be allowed to compete in a state soccer tournament, a judge ruled today.
Minnesotans are involved in a passionate debate about marriage this election season. The two sides began squaring off more than 40 years ago. The Deep Roots of the Marriage Debate draws from MPR's extensive audio archive to explore the origins of this election day showdown over same-sex marriage.
The group promoting a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in Minnesota is debuting its first two TV ads of a heated campaign.
A new poll shows if the election were held today, constitutional amendments on marriage and voter ID would likely pass.
Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed a package of business tax breaks, including a freeze on statewide property taxes for businesses.
A jury has convicted a Roseville man of second-degree murder in the hit-and-run death of a University of Minnesota student.
The Hennepin County medical examiner says a Nisswa woman drowned in a hot tub outside a Plymouth home over the weekend.
A district judge has dismissed Occupy Minnesota's lawsuit against Hennepin County.
A new lawsuit alleges the city of Minneapolis illegally inflated home reassessments in some lower income neighborhoods but the city of Minneapolis stands by its tax assessment system.
Volunteers braved the rainy, windy weather Tuesday to finish building the first playground located on parkland along the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.
Gov. Pawlenty and Republican legislative leaders say they have a proposal to break the impasse over how to provide health insurance for the poor.
A pretrial motions hearing is scheduled tuesday for a Somali man who has pleaded not guilty to lying to the FBI.
Investigators from the Minnesota Department of Health say an aide emotionally and physically abused two residents at a West-Central Minnesota nursing home earlier this summer.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission holds the first of four public meetings tonight on a runway closure at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.