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Measles Outbreak May Finally Be Letting Up

ST. PAUL, Minn. -  After 68 cases of measles within Minnesota, and a great deal of hysteria, the outbreak may finally be letting up...
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Appeals Court: Law Allowing Private Audits of Counties is Constitutional

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed the right of Minnesota counties to use private auditors for financial reviews on Tuesday,...
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The Legislative Session is Far From Over

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Legislative leaders may have ended their special session, but it's the governor who has the final say. Gov. Mark Dayton gave...

Minnesota’s Metro Areas’ Unemployment Rates Fail to Drop

WASHINGTON - New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that Minnesota’s Metro Areas are stagnant on the unemployment battle, with one notable...

MN Voters to Reject School Board Referendums in Droves

Only four out of a possible 16 school district bonding referendums have been approved since January 2017, the lowest rate on record. In the 17...

MNGOP Calls on Franken to Condemn Depiction of Decapitated Donald Trump

MINNEAPOLIS - A picture of comedian Kathy Griffin wielding a severed and bloodied effigy of President Donald Trump’s head has the Republican Party of...

Ellison Lashes Out Against “Cruel” Healthcare System, Inadvertently Slams Obamacare

WASHINGTON - Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison took to Twitter Sunday night to condemn America’s “cruel” healthcare system following a hate crime in Portland that...

Minnesota Daycares Show Troubling Lack of Immunization

MINNEAPOLIS- In the midst of the recent measles outbreak it has been revealed that many daycare centers across Minnesota have not been following the...

Lewis Now Has Far-Left Challenger

ROSEMOUNT, Minn. - A Rosemount High School teacher and football coach announced his intention to challenge Rep. Jason Lewis in Minnesota’s 2nd congressional district. Jeff...

Minnesota Could Have First “Sanctuary Suburb” By End of Summer

ROSEVILLE, Minn. -- After community engagement earlier in May, the City of Roseville will be taking up the question of whether to become a...