The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the accord does not include nuclear energy.
A new report says pro sports generate $345 million in tax revenues.
State exports drop nearly 6% from last year.
The ACLU files a suit against the Commissioner of Health forbidding a massage therapist from having a romantic relationship with a client.
The State Sentencing Committee didn't revise the state's drug sentencing guidelines and asks the Legislature to appoint a committee to study it further. The Pi Press has the story.
Southeastern Minnesota flood victims express their frustrations.
The Star Tribune says the state's "independent" consultant is working with the National Transportation Safety Board. AP and the Pi Press have already reported this.
DFL Rep. Tim Walz backs legislation that would hold the White House in contempt over the judiciary probe.
DFL Rep. Keith Ellison files a brief in the Supreme Court voter id case.
The House also passed a bill on mortgage lenders. Ellison says the bill reforms the subprime market.
DFL Rep. Betty McCollum writes an op-ed praising the nation's veterans.
Speaking of the Farm Bill, Time Magazine has a story on farm subsidies. The magazine shows the backdoor dealing done by DFL Rep. Collin Peterson.
The Department of Energy tries to influence a KARE-11 online poll because the DOE didn't like the stories.
Set those DVRs! John Kline and Tim Walz will be on Almanac tonight.
MPR has the numbers behind the Iowa caucuses.
El Tinklenberg and Bob Olson debate the issues in St. Cloud. The two DFLers are vying to run against GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann.
I hope you don't have a wedding scheduled for early September of next year because it may be hard to find a place for your hotel guests to stay. That's because the RNC locked up 16,000 hotel rooms.