The dangerous conditions and neglect of vulnerable children at a northern Minnesota juvenile corrections facility are in full view today, in addition to the consequences, eight months after it was forced to close.
Minnesota schools say they don't have enough teachers to help prepare high school students for careers, and in the coming weeks lawmakers at the Capitol are expected to step in to help.
House Republicans at the state Capitol gave preliminary approval Thursday to a bill that would strike down the sick leave mandates put in place by Minneapolis and St. Paul last year.
The potential trade war that could follow President Donald Trump's proposed 20 percent tax on Mexican imports bodes poorly for Minnesota businesses — especially farmers.
Expect to hear a lot in coming months about Gov. Mark Dayton's plan to increase school spending by 2 percent a year and to offset family costs for pre-kindergarten programs.
A Minnesota House committee Tuesday approved legislation that would charge demonstrators for the cost of policing disruptive protests, a controversial measure that drew angry words from citizens and some lawmakers.