A Minnesota Senate committee Monday rejected a proposal to legalize marijuana in Minnesota, even rejecting a move by supporters of the bill that tried to change it to create a task force to study the issue.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights has sued CSL Plasma of violating the state's Human Rights Act for not allowing a transgender woman to donate plasma.
Lake Superior is nearly 90 percent covered with ice, with a chance it could reach 100 percent ice coverage yet this winter — something that hasn't happened on the big lake since 1996, the only time it's occurred since record-keeping began 47 years ago.
DFL Gov. Tim Walz will hit the road in the coming days to begin selling his two-year budget proposal to the public. He's getting away from the Capitol where there's already a wide chasm between him and some key lawmakers who will decide the budget's fate.
About a decade ago, Minnesota Department of Health researchers began testing samples of drinking water in cities where firefighters had used fire suppression foam during training exercises, usually near airports and military bases. They wanted to know if chemicals from the firefighting foam …
Just a month into the job, Gov. Tim Walz waded into one of the state's most contentious battlegrounds Tuesday with the announcement that he will continue an appeal of an oil pipeline project his predecessor began last year.