The Associated Press
Walz Tweaks Budget Plan to Reflect Slower Economic Growth
Gov. Tim Walz has announced a series of tweaks to his budget proposal to reflect projected slower economic growth.
Moorhead Joins Neighboring Fargo in Stating Flood Emergency
The Minnesota city of Moorhead has joined neighboring Fargo, North Dakota, in declaring a flood emergency along the river that separates the cities.
5th Defendant Convicted in Duluth Slaying
A Duluth man who is the fifth and final defendant in the shooting death of a university student has been found guilty of aiding an offender.
Unemployment Inches Up In February In Minnesota
Minnesota's unemployment rate increased slightly in February for the second consecutive month as brutal winter weather idled more than 6,000 construction workers.
Legislative Panel Takes up Walz Transportation Plan
The Minnesota Legislature has begun work in earnest on Gov. Tim Walz's transportation plan, including his disputed proposal to raise the state's gasoline tax by 20 cents.
Omar Rallies Support for Bill Banning Gay Conversion Therapy
Rep. Ilhan Omar has rallied LGBTQ youth in support of a Minnesota bill to ban gay conversion therapy for minors or vulnerable adults.
Walz turns Up Heat to Keep Tax that Funds Health Programs
Gov. Tim Walz is turning up the heat on lawmakers to try to prevent the state's 2 percent tax on health care providers from expiring at the end of the year.
Woman Killed In Crash Days Before Husband’s Funeral
A woman has died in a crash in Crow Wing County just days before her husband's funeral.
St. Paul Bracing for Mississippi River Flooding
St. Paul is bracing for spring flooding as the Mississippi River rises with rapidly melting snow.
Minnesota Governor Sends Guard Helicopter, Crew to Nebraska
Gov. Tim Walz has sent Minnesota Army National Guard troops to Nebraska to help with the flood disaster.