Lawmakers face a Sunday deadline to complete spending and tax bills and to pass them through both chambers. As of Friday morning, they had extensive work left to complete before then.
Why did this Minnesota man kill his family in 1984 before setting his house on fire, killing himself?
A seemingly happy family ended in tragedy after the father bludgeoned his wife to death, suffocated his 9-year- and 22-month-old children, lit his house on fire and then hanged himself 38 years ago.
Chronic wasting disease doesn't affect humans. Experts say tracking, containment key to keeping it that way
Humans have eaten venison from CWD-infected deer before and did not get the disease, but at a recent Minnesota legislative hearing on this year’s environment and natural resources bill, a leader in the state’s effort to trace CWD said the key to preventing a possible animal-human jump is identifying and slowing the spread.
Tourism-dependent Sri Lanka, where India and China jostle for influence, is facing a dire shortage of foreign exchange, fuel and medicines, and economic activity has slowed to a crawl.
The Rainy River watershed is overflowing from Lake Vermilion to Lake of the Woods, with flood records possible.
Biden landed at the U.S. air base in Osan, south of Seoul, and immediately drove to Samsung's nearby factory, the largest semiconductor plant in the world.
Russia's focus on the region follows its failure to capture the capital Kyiv in the early stages of the invasion launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Feb. 24.
Thomson Township will hold a public hearing for residents to ask questions about the proposed increase in sewer rates.
'Free the Growler' plan picks up steam at the Minnesota Capitol, days before the legislative deadline
A conference committee on Thursday approved a compromise liquor bill and moved it forward.
The Senate Finance Committee on Thursday, May 19, advanced a betting bill toward a vote of the full Senate, but with a key disagreement with the House on which groups should be able to run mobile and in-person sports betting in Minnesota, it remains uncertain if the chambers will be able to reach a deal by late Sunday night — the deadline to pass any bills.
State leaders said the situation was expected to improve within four to six weeks as additional varieties come to market.