• AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA via Minnesota Public Radio

When Katie Clark Sieben announced in April she was resigning as commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, her boss, Gov. Mark Dayton, praised her "tremendous talent" and said she would be a "contributing leader of this community for many years to come."

  • By Martin Moylan / Minnesota Public Radio

Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank president Neel Kashkari said he sees the bank's economists offering possible responses to some of Minnesota's and the nation's biggest economic challenges. 

More than $12 million poured into Minnesota's 8th Congressional District two years ago as GOP businessman Stewart Mills slugged it out with DFL Rep. Rick Nolan. A recent burst of TV ads suggests big money will flood the race this year, too.

  • by Tom Scheck / American Public Media

St. Louis County Child Protection Services has found four cases of maltreatment at a now-closed juvenile correctional facility in northeastern Minnesota. In a wide-ranging set of documents released late last week, county investigators said that in one instance an employee of Mesabi Academy b…

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