Gov. Pawlenty and MnDOT's Commissioner will hold a news conference this afternoon to announce new 35W features that will help relieve congestion.
Former DFL Congressman Martin Sabo and GOP Gov. Al Quie will issue a report today on "Minnesota's Financial Challenge."
Hennepin County will have a bare bones budget.
Cabin owners balk at higher fees.
Minnesota says $1 billion in stimulus funds has been spent.
A House task force discussed ways to create more jobs in MN.
The White House is starting to count votes on the health care legislation.
Obama also says he wants kids to be in school for a longer period of time.
The Minnesota poll says support for Obama has declined sharply.
Iran conducts a third round of missile tests.
DFL Sen. Amy Klobuchar says the U.S. must impose sanctions against Iran.
Klobuchar praises new e-waste standards.
Bloomberg says prevailing wage requirements are slowing states from providing recovery act dollars. GOP Rep. John Kline is mentioned.
DFL Rep. Keith Ellison gets an award for his legislation that would protect renters.
Bachmann also attended a conservative forum in St. Louis.
Farmers are worried about the proposed cap and trade legislation. DFL Rep. Collin Peterson is mentioned.
The DFL follows the MNGOP and moves the 2010 state convention from June to April.
The DFL candidates for governor gathered on Saturday.
The GOP candidates will gather tonight in Prior Lake.
The Teamsters Union backs Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak for governor. He's not formally in the race yet.
Speaking of not being in the race yet, the Pi Press examines who would replace St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman if he became governor.
The Pi Press profiles MNGOP Chair Tony Sutton.
MinnPost examines the impact of the Independence Party on the race.
Pawlenty for Prez Watch
Gov. Pawlenty rips President Obama's health care plan while campaigning in Michigan.
He also said the GOP should recruit in urban areas.
Pawlenty defends national politicking.
The former chair of the FEC will reportedly head Pawlenty's PAC.
John McCain will hold a fundraiser for Mitt Romney's PAC.
Good-bye William Safire.