Welcome back to Capitol Notebook, your weekly round-up on the happenings in the Minnesota statehouse.
To combat the officer shortage, city council accepted a $100,000 state grant to bring in two nontraditional candidates.
Almost a year after the state legalized marijuana, the details of how businesses can operate is still being hammered out.
Tax Day is next Monday, and Democratic Gov. Tim Walz highlighted the state's expanded child tax credit and encouraged parents ...
Eight of the nine sitting Minnesota congress people are running for re-election in November. Here's what you need to know.
The median home in Stearns County listed for $365,000 in March, up 4.6% from the previous month's $348,895, an analysis of ...
The legislature has introduced a number of gun-related bills in the wake of the Burnsville shooting that left three first ...
Spring fever can refer to many different changes (mood and behavior) which may coincide with the return of spring.
Police responded to a report of multiple gunshots at the 600 block of Wilson Ave. SE., where they found an injured victim and ...
The 2024 solar eclipse is today! See the photos of the eclipse from throughout the path of totality and beyond.
Someone in Oregon woke up $1 billion richer on Sunday after the winning Powerball ticket was sold there. The winner was ...