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Former Chanhassen High School Principal Faces Additional Charges

CHANHASSEN, Minn. -- The former principal of Chanhassen High School is facing more legal trouble after new evidence was introduced into court. The court...

Real ID Bill Passes the Minnesota Senate

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A revised version of the Real ID bill passed the Minnesota Senate late Thursday evening after language barring illegal immigrants...

MN Senate Puts Party Aside on Web Privacy

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- A new bill, proposed and passed by the Republican majority in Congress allows internet companies to monetize search histories. The bill,...

MN Attorney General Hailed at Muslim Day at the Capitol

ST. PAUL - About 200 people, most of them Muslim, gathered at Minnesota’s State Capitol in St. Paul Monday to advocate for religious tolerance...

MN Road Rage Shooter on the Loose

WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. -- Minnesota drivers are being asked to be vigilant on the roads as vehicular road rage led to a shooting...

Lewis Bill to Stop Met Council Expansion Moves Forward

WASHINGTON - A bill to stop the expansion of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO’s) passed the Transportation & Infrastructure committee in the United State House...

Ilhan Omar Endorses Controversial Candidate for Minneapolis City Council

MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota State Rep. Ilhan Omar (D - Minneapolis) endorsed controversial Minneapolis City Council member Alondra Cano for re-election on Tuesday. Cano, who was...
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MN Politicians React to Trump’s Climate Change Executive Order

WASHINGTON -- Politicians in Minnesota are responding to President Donald Trump’s latest executive order. On Wednesday, Trump signed an executive order which would shut...

Report Says Getting Welfare is Too Easy in MN

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The office of Legislative Auditor James Noble found a number of problems with the Minnesota Department of Human Services’ (DHS)...

Reinsurance Reaches Agreement in MN Legislature

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- A reinsurance deal to help stabilize a rocky healthcare market in Minnesota is one step closer to implementation. According to...