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Study: Nearly All Teachers Spend Own Money On School Needs
Nearly all public school teachers report digging into their wallets to pay for school supplies, spending nearly $480 a year, far more than the federal $250 tax deduction available to teachers.
Bill Toughening Protester Penalties Heads to Dayton
A bill increasing fines and penalties for protesters who block freeways, transit lines and airports is headed for Gov. Mark Dayton's desk after clearing the Minnesota Legislature.
Dayton Says he Won’t Pass Tax Bill Without School Funding
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he won't sign a bill squaring the state's tax code to sweeping federal changes if Republican lawmakers don't include emergency funding money for schools.
Preliminary Report: Fentanyl Deaths Rise in Minnesota
The number of people who died from the synthetic opioid fentanyl surged in 2017.
Indiana Company Buys $3M Worth of Property in Minnesota
Southeast Minnesota officials aren't sure why an Indiana company has spent more than $3 million acquiring property in their area.
Man Dies More Than A Week After Forada Assault
Douglas County sheriff's officials say they're investigating the death of a man who was found beaten outside a bar in Forada more than a week ago.
Fugitive Grandma Pleads Not Guilty to Florida Murder Charge
A Minnesota woman accused of killing her husband and a Florida woman before leading authorities on a cross-country manhunt has entered a not guilty plea to a second-degree murder charge.
Investigators Say Princeton Pilot Flying Too Low Before Fatal Crash
Federal investigators have concluded the pilot of a small plane was flying too low over the Mississippi River last October just before crashing into the water, killing himself and his wife.
Lawmakers’ to-do List is Long, but Time is Running Short
Just like they started the session, Minnesota's Legislature is entering the homestretch with a long to-do list. But now they have only a week to finish it.
Investigation: Few Minnesota Schools Test for Radon
A Minnesota television station's investigation has found that most schools in the state don't test school buildings for radon.